Saw these guys at Catskill Chill last Saturday… Friggin’ BRILLIANT! Definitely make it a point to check them out when they come to your area. They’re even giving away a pair of weekend passes to Sullivan Hall at their Facebook page
, so check check it out!
If you want to help them out with an interview of your own, contact info for their beautiful and talented publicist is below. Let’s get C.T.S. to the next level, folks! For official press release, click read more!
Official Press Release:
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK — September 12th, 2012 — Sci-Fi Middle Eastern fusion trio Consider The Source will celebrate the kicking off of their overseas tour dates in their hometown of NYC. The two-night run will take place at Sullivan Hall on September 21st and 22nd. Sullivan Hall is located at 214 Sullivan Street in New York. The first of the two shows will feature video game progressive metal group ARMcannon and instrumental prog rockers Kings of Prussia for “Prog Metal Mania”. The second show celebrates “A World Affair” with experimental jazz fusion group Zetizen and the latest installment of John Zorn’s Book of Masada with avant-garde/world music band Abraxas. Doors open at 8:30 PM both nights and music will begin at 9:00 PM. Tickets to these 18+ shows are $15 in advance, $20 day of show, and are available at www.sullivanhallnyc.com.
Consider The Source will head overseas in October for performances in Germany and Israel. The band will join jazz metal extraordinaires Panzerballet for five tour dates in Germany, beginning in Berlin. After touring for the last several months with longtime friend Louis Miller, fretless double neck guitarist Gabriel Marin and bassist John Ferrara are excited to welcome drummer Jeff Mann. The band’s ability to move forward during their transitionary phase without original drummer Justin Ahiyon was enhanced by Miller’s positive energy and rhythmic expertise — and their fierce musical evolution will continue with the addition of Mann.
With deep roots in improvisational jazz and progressive rock, Consider The Source provides an instrumental experience that can be best described as an “Indo-Eastern aural awakening”. Their psychedelic fusion of American jazz, funk, and heavy metal with Middle Eastern classical and folk music translates into an eclectic musical intensity that has become so characteristic of their live performances. Vibrant rhythmic forces and complex melodic ornamentation blur the lines between chaos and serenity, showcasing the band’s exceptional talent and otherworldly energy.
For more information, please visit www.considerthesourcemusic.com. To schedule an interview with the members of Consider The Source, please contact Cali Lacey at 706.255.6895 or [email protected].