The Voidz

(((folkYEAH!))) Presents two nights with

The Voidz

Promiseland

Fri ยท August 3, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$38.00

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This event is all ages

2 ticket limit per customer/ household/ account/ credit card/email. Orders exceeding the 2 ticket limit subject to cancellation. Orders placed for the sold purpose of resale will be cancelled. 

The Voidz
The Voidz
The Voidz are a band that has formed over the last 4 years thru different music connections and friends in NYC and LA. They bonded over their love of beat-driven music and
aggressive as well as avant-garde music but with the power of modern harmonies to make it catchy and powerful. A punk band that can also play any style of music, and take pride in
their versatility... the band consists of Jeramy Gritter (aka Beardo) on guitar, a highly skilled guitarist as well as the self-proclaimed "trailer park hero", Amir Yaghmai, virtuoso guitarist (grew up playing violin then listening to metal), Alex Carapetis (aka Young Pirate) on drums - bringing a whole new level of rhythm to rock music. Jeff Kite on keyboard, one of the
founding members and key songwriters and Jake Berkovici on Bass, the wise stabilizing anchor (musically and vibe-wise) as well as Stevie Wonder synth-bass wonder-child. with Julian Casablancas of the Strokes on vocals as well as directing the whole thing (much like he did during the early days of the Strokes) - while it still, very much being a collaboration -
founded on old friendships and musical kinship.... they recorded in NYC, where Julian and Alex reside, while the rest of the band currently live in LA.
Promiseland
Promiseland
Promiseland is your imaginary friend come to life, uncontrollable like Pan's shadow... but with a heart of napalm.

The Australian born musician came to New York City for the first time in 2014 and immediately trashed his return ticket. Hitting the streets, he became infamous for busting all expectations, and some ribs, in his chaotic live performances. Eventually finding a home at the notorious Alphabet City den of iniquity "Elvis Guesthouse", Promiseland gained a rabid fan base. His music, a collision of punk vocals and heavy beats, makes you feel like you came to the right party. All this commotion caught the attention of Julian Casablancas, who quickly signed him to his Cult Records label, and dubbed him "The Future Prince of Anarchy".
Venue Information:
The Chapel
777 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110
http://www.thechapelsf.com