The Daggers, Polar Planet, Kulick

The Daggers

Polar Planet

Kulick

Apr 26 Thu

7:00 pm (event ends at 10:00 pm)

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

The Daggers
The Daggers
The Daggers built a following on Cape Cod playing boat parties to prominent venues. Band leaders Kyle Brodie and Gabriel Morton have crafted a high-energy show featuring their repertoire of original rock, funk, latin jazz, hip-hop, and reggae. Their first album, Extended Play, was engineered by PJ Goodwin of Debo Band). Following its release, they propelled into the Cape Cod music scene. After relocating to New York City, they are preparing to release their second album showcasing their evolution from a rock combo to a band playing diverse genres. Joining them in New York City are drummer Yannick Sabarots and tenor saxophonist David Yee.
Polar Planet
Polar Planet
Every musical career has twists, turns and unpredictability throughout. But, when two musicians on tour with two different bands meet by accident on a party boat in Austin, TX those musical paths would take them on one serendipitous journey. For singer/song-writer Eric Paquette and keyboardist Zack Cross, it took being re-introduced a year later to recollect that hazy day at SXSW under the beaming Texas sunshine. Neither could have predicted that they would form the entity soon to be known as Polar Planet a year later and that they would be opening for Panic! At The Disco and Atlas Genius in front of 5,000 people, without even having a single song released.

“Music doesn’t come alive unless you have the right architects to construct the sound. One thing that stands true throughout everyone’s musical background, there is no right or wrong way to approach music”, says Paquette.

With that goal in mind the two came together to create art in its purest form. Starting from Paquette’s skeletons of chords, both melodies and lyrics began to emerge and flow out like a rushing waterfall. It was instant chemistry. Soon after when Monte Arnstam hopped on drums, Reed Sutherland picked up the bass guitar, and Killian Karlsson slung on his Stratocaster, Polar Planet was fully formed.

Lush synthesizers, blistering leads, and heavy synth bass are just some of the textures that resonate throughout the songs of Polar Planet. Reminiscent of such scene 90’s alternative stalwarts as Third Eye Blind while channeling the indie-pop feel of both Bad Suns & Bear Hands, Polar Planet is poised to break out in 2016. Their first single will be heard soon and the ears that it hits will be gleaming with joy.
Kulick
Kulick
Venue Information:
Arlene's Grocery
95 Stanton St.
New York, NY, 10002
http://www.arlenesgrocery.net/