April 7, 2017 · 8:00pm

8 pm
$5 Cover Charge


Flux Capacitor w/ Close to Consideration and St. Eloise

Emerging from the Pennsylvania music scene, from the outskirts of the Philadelphia, is the band known as Flux Capacitor. This group of brothers consistently inspire and evoke a new and wildly addicting sound resonating with elements of rock, improvisation, and electronica.


This band of brothers consistently inspire and evoke a new and wildly addicting sound resonating with elements of rock, improvisation and electronica. They redefine musicality with positive prophetic vocals, complex guitar work, innovative keys/synths/bass stylings, with feverish syncopated drum rhythms. Flux Capacitor concerts are filled with improvisation, musical segues, spontaneous covers, and teases creating a unique, one of a kind experience at every performance. The essence of the brothers music is fueled by their dedicated practice of meditation and lucid dreaming which keeps them fueled by a higher power. Their electric vibe transcends the stage and extends into the crowd creating a magical musical ambience. .
Flux Capacitor have grown tremendoulsy since the bands inception in 2007. From a hand full of shows to playing hundreds of shows, and fine tuning their craft culminating in their first full length release 2009`s “They Know We Know” and subsequent tour from Pa to Chicago Il playing 15 shows made possible through their fast growing buzz and fan-base through the internet and roots promotion. This first tour resulted in strong internet sales on iTunes and CdBaby helping to broaden their fanbase. In 2011 the brothers were invited to Seattle to work with Jack Endino for their second Release “Monolith”. Following that release the band spent all of 2011 and 2012 Touring with 11 Dates throughout the UK and Canada and over 45 Shows outside their home region. Flux Capacitor won Jam Band of the Year at the highly esteemed 2013 TriState Indie awards in Philadlephia PA and has been nominated once again for this distinction in 2014. Flux has recently released their third album “Cycle 9” showcasing the band’s most ambitious and epic material to date. “Cycle 9” was recorded with John Becker of Anomoulous Audio. All three Flux Capacitor Cd’s are available on iTunes, CDbaby and Bandcamp.com as well as many record stores around the east coast. Flux is a dedicated family group that believes in music, joy and consciousness. Under these guiding principles Flux Capacitor has seen nothing but growth giving killer performances and creating ecstatic dance floors at every show.
Flux Has Shared The Stage With Umphrey`s McGee, Railroad Earth, Keller Williams, Rusted Root, The New Mastersounds, Tea Leaf Green, Karl Denson`s Tiny Universe, Ozomatli, Conspirator, Stanton Moore, JGB with Melvin Seals, Particle, David Grisman Quartet, Ivan Neville`s Dumpstaphunk, Kung Fu, Papadosio, the Movement, Splintered Sunlight, Dangermuffin, Lukas Nelson and many, many more!.


Close to Consideration

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Close to Consideration is a high-energy trio from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. They blend together elements of rock, reggae, and jam music to create a sound that instantly hooks the listener. The band has performed with acts like Reel Big Fish, The Expendables, Sublime with Rome, and Giant Panda Gorilla Dub Squad. You can expect excitement, movement, and musical satisfaction at a CTC show. They have been bringing together music lovers from all over the central PA region, but have also toured and performed at venues in Ocean City. Their sound is bright and dynamic with a refreshing take on a traditional ska-punk/ reggae rock band. Driven and alive in the local music scene, Close to Consideration is an act you definitely do not want to miss! -Caiti Deane (Appalachian Jamwich)




St. Eloise

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St. Eloise was born in Lancaster, PA, with an immediate need to entertain. Wailing on guitar, striking dance poses, cartwheeling and flipping through grocery aisles, she simply wanted to make others smile through her own fun energy.

Today that energy commandeers the stage with a charming (although cartwheel-less) & sensual alto voice over her original jazz-pop tunes. She is most often compared to Sara Bareilles, Diana Krall, Ingrid Michaelson, Norah Jones, to name a few.