Do314 and The Luminary present Ought and Volcanoes (Album Release)
Show: 9:00 pm
Tickets: $8 adv / $10 dos and are available here.
Do314 and The Luminary present Ought and Volcanoes (album release) on Friday, October 10.
Ought came together in Montréal as a band of expatriates initially attracted by sense-sharpening Canadian winters and university tuition that doesn't cost $40k a year. The city's cultural scene especially its independent music ethos and galvanizing radical politics was the underlying attractor, however, and one they jumped right into. Guitarist and vocalist Tim Beeler, originally a folk musician hailing from New Hampshire, fell in with New Jersey native Matt May (keyboards) and Australian émigré Tim Keen (drums, violin) the three of them began sharing an apartment that doubled as practice space, where they were soon joined by Portland OR transplant Ben Stidworthy on bass. Ought played its first show and recorded its first EP in the apartment's largest bedroom, in the summer of 2012.
Volcanoes album release party for their latest full-length Future Sorority Girls of America. Everyone will receive a free copy of their 'Lyric Play' entitled Future Sorority Girls of America: A Tragedy. This script is everything you need to know this album. It includes all of the lyrics from all of the songs as well as lyrics to an unheard B-Side track entitled Heathers. "Meet Volcanoes, the drum and bass duo whose shitkicking noise rock has taken seismic toll on the eardrums of St. Louis' underground enthusiasts. Jon Ryan and Eric Peters are probably the most badass act to come out of St. Charles in quite some time, and definitely the most badass thing to ever come out of Lindenwood University." -The Riverfront Times
The Luminary's Concert Series is sponsored in part by Master Pieza, MELT, and Urban Chestnut Brewing Company.