Waverunner, Lost Stars

Bonfire Presents

Waverunner

Lost Stars

Cubbage

Thu, March 8, 2018

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

$8 Advance / $10 Day of Show

This event is 21 and over

Waverunner
Waverunner
Hayden Chance and Aaron Maloney began to collaborate with each other in Summer 2011. Their musical partnership gave rise to a pop/rock band by the name Me Equals You. Chance on guitar and Maloney handling vocals, Me Equals You gained a large following overnight. The Delaware/Maryland band released 2 EPs and toured up and down the East Coast and across to the Midwest. After a long run, the band dispersed in fall of 2013, but their passion for creating new, inventive music never died: Chance and Maloney’s latest endeavor, Waverunner, has just taken flight. Drawing from a wide range of influences: The Neighborhood, Michael Jackson, Washed Out, and Sade, this on-the-verge artist has combined these styles into an innovative form of new wave/pop. The 8-piece band experiments with tribal percussion, vintage trumpet, and atmospheric synths, creating a truly eclectic sound. Their diverse material ranges from rhythmic latin-pop in “It’s Okay to Dance” to “Smoke”, where the band reaches deep into their melodic chill wave roots. The band had their debut performance at the Dogwood Music Festival in Galena, Maryland. Waverunner’s positive reception led to an increased following, landing them shows at even larger venues (Oddity bar in Wilmington, North Star bar in Philadelphia, Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in Dover, etc.) In June 2014, they released the music video of their industrial single, “Hello Love”. The video received notable buzz in the local music community, stimulating the release of a teaser for the band’s full-length album. Over the summer of 2014, Maloney embarked on a trans-continental tour, playing drums for This Or The Apocalypse, leaving Chance and the rest of the band time to focus and compose the rest of their upcoming album in conjunction with Andover Recording. Waverunner’s full-length is scheduled for release in Fall 2014.
Lost Stars
Lost Stars
Lost Stars' music has a very wholesome feel to it. Their sound lends itself to the end of summer. It's peppy and accessible, yet at the same time thoughtful..." -Ryan Getz, Tuned Up

In early 2016, high school friends Damian Malnar, and Charley Holden reunited at Belmont University with Trey Warner to create Lost Stars.

With influences from bands like OneRepublic, and Imagine Dragons, the dynamic group is known for their lyrically driven songs, that crossover pop, rock, dance, and indie styles to create something new, yet familiar. Lost Stars recently followed up their debut EP, 'Dreaming in the Dark' with their newest single 'It Only Takes One', which is available everywhere that digital music is streamed or sold.
Cubbage
Cubbage
Cubbage hails from Philadelphia, but his heart is that of a traveler. With music rooted in pop/folk foundations, his style also seeks inspiration from jazz and soul reminiscent of John Mayer and Jamie Cullum. Traveling across the US in a sleeper van and busking on the streets between gigs, Cubbage has given himself wholly to a life of a modern bohemian musician.
Venue Information:
MilkBoy
1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107