A Post-St. Paddy’s Celebration w/ Hiding Scarlet, Hudson K, and more w/ Hiding Scarlet, Hudson K, Sporting Hill Ramblers
March 18, 2016 · 8:30pm
An indie rock fusion of genres and sound. In their music you will find violin infused driving beats, blistering guitar solos, thoughtful lyrics, and an overall cohesive sound that will leave you wanting more.
This five piece band from Lancaster, PA has been creating music and art, as well as touring the east coast for 3 years, and is gearing up to release a new album in the Fall of 2015.
Hiding Scarlet has honed their sound and skills for some time now, recently finding their full stride and true sound. with an eclectic background this five piece delivers an auditory packed punch of ear worthy grooves, tasty guitar licks, and a melodic contour completely unique to the band.
Hudson K is electro-synth rock with influences ranging from Siousxie and the Banshees to P.J. Harvey. Comparisons to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Annie Lennox have been made in recent press. Over the past seven years of cultivating their sound through energized and often extravagant stage shows, Hudson K has built a loyal following across the Eastern States in cities ranging from Chattanooga to Knoxville, Asheville, Philadelphia, and New York among others.
Bold exploration is what caught the attention of producer Jason Rubal at Seventh Wave. “It all started with a message I got out of the blue one day from Jason,” recounts Hudson K founder, Christina Horn, “It said, Mark my words: Some day, I will make your album.”
Sporting Hill Ramblers
Local roots music.