The Gotham Rocks invasion of the Midwest started on Monday June 25th, at The Globe Theater in Kalamazoo, Michigan featuring touring bands The August Infinity from NYC, Scarlet Carson from NJ, and Another Lost Year from NC and anchored by the Michigan natives, Pro Con Pro, Gunship Radio, Sticky Fut, and Ransom Complex.
The August Infinity is one of New York City’s best new modern rock bands with a great live show and anchored by the electrifying front man Joshua Hawksley. With hints of The Used and Coheed and Cambria, The August Infinity combines great songwriting, hooks and melodies with guitars that range from pretty acoustics to aggressive metal. Creative basslines, electronics and driving drums round out this must-see band from brooklyn. www.theaugustinfinity.com.
Scarlet Carson likes to change people’s minds about what it means to be from the Jersey Shore. Great performers, Scarlet Carson is one of NJ’s biggest bands for good reason. Stylistically similar to Avenged Sevenfold but with more modern stylings, singer Santino Noir lays down impressive vocal lines to match equally impressive guitar and rhythm work. www.scarletcarson.com.
Pro Con Pro: This creative, highly musical rock band features excellent and tight musicianship with good dynamics and unexpected changes. Intense with changing moods, Pro Con Pro is an exciting live band to watch..
Gunship Radio is a great band that combines groove, energy and ethereal moods all in a rock jam band package. Excellent musicians, these guys have a sound of their own which is saying something..
Sticky Fut is female-fronted, groove based rock with strong musicianship all around and plans to tour the midwest in the coming year..
Ransom Complex from Kalamazoo is moody, melodic and heavy with a strong Tool influence.. '