The Key Philly Showcase ft.  Resilient, Honeytiger, The Vernes

The Key Philly Showcase ft. Resilient, Honeytiger, The Vernes

Wed, July 26, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Resilient
Resilient
Resilient is a female-fronted happy accident that was formed out of the ashes of several other projects in the Philadelphia area.

The array of influences within this band is so wide; it could quite possibly transcend the equatorial diameter most likely more than once.

Their music mostly encompasses an alternative vibe with elements of grunge, punk, and progressive arrangements that often feature minor movement, aggressive guitars, and an abundance of harmonies.

Resilient is currently comprised of the cohesively uncanny sounds of Erin and Katie Fox; the inventive and clever stylings of blues-oriented guitarist, Buckminster Kellorgg; and is complimented finally by the silvery enigmatic grooves of bass whisperer, Alicia Dickerson.

Resilient has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with national/internationally touring acts such as Pinky Doodle Poodle, Hunter Valentine, Sick of Sarah, and The Last Year.
They look forward to releasing the upcoming EP, “Imagining Things” mid 2016.

Resilient has not just been a band. It’s been a place of truth, hidden strength, artistic euphoria, and a testament to the fact that music has ultimately propelled and empowered each member to overcome nearly anything among the spectrum of life’s challenges. There are no ulterior motives; no grandiose illusions; no outrageous expectations or small-minded competitive concepts…just four like-minded people making music together, sharing it with anyone who will listen, and loving it whole-heartedly:
You know…the way it should be.
Honeytiger
Honeytiger
Honeytiger is a two-piece cheesesteak/hoagie/indie/garage rock from Philly. Their music blends indie-rock, garage-pop and mercurial pool jumping that energizes the crowd, makes them weep, and has them wagging their tails. From soaring falsettos to guttural screams over big drum beats and catchy guitar riffs, Honeytiger has an unusual combination of intensity and melancholy that is usually reserved for slow motion car crashes. Honeytiger started in 2015 and their album "Half Clean" is out now on iTunes, Spotify, and Bandcamp.
The Vernes
The Vernes
"Philadelphia indie rockers The Vernes began as a basement recording project for singer Mat Gragg. Joined by old friends from California, the five piece band is “part of the welcomed migration of talented, young artists continuing to flow into our City of Brotherly Love.” Gragg’s unique vocal style and introspective lyrics with just the right touches of fuzz pedals and trumpets, synths and drum machines provide a contrast between their chilled-out recordings and dynamic live performances. Their new album, a collection of EPs and singles released throughout their first year, comes out in March 2017.
Venue Information:
MilkBoy
1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107