USS and Repartee Will Rock a Ale House on Jan 25th

January 7, 2017 - Finding Carter

Hailing from a periphery of Toronto, Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker (USS) has always been like a scholarship examination set to song — what they do melts down acoustic rock, jungle, and trance, transforming it into an wholly new element.

Since then, a twin of Vocalist/guitarist Ashley Boo-Schultz and hypeman/turntablist Human Kebab has trafficked opposite North America, Europe and Asia, and has been famous by both a CASBY and CMW Indie Awards.

With Advanced Basics, USS earnings with a intrepid new manuscript that includes a entrance singular “This Is The Best” that fast shot to a Top 3 on Canadian Alternative Charts.

St. John’s, Newfoundland-bred indie cocktail band, Repartee, has been climbing a charts and rocking stages Canada-wide given a recover of their entrance album, All Lit Up, expelled on Apr 29th around Sleepless Records

Nominated for 6 2016 MusicNL Awards, that applaud musicians and attention professionals of Newfoundland and Labrador, Repartee took home 4 awards including Album of a Year, Group of a Year and Pop/Rock Recording of a Year.

Fueled by familiar melodies, illusory prolongation and pointy songwriting, All Lit Up is a mix of personal marks about life experiences, resonating with a band’s live appetite and visible presentation.

In a final few years, a rope has toured nationally and spent time essay new material, that could be listened on a MTV shows Awkward, Finding Carter, and Becoming Us.

Now these bands are entrance to Kingston on Jan 25th to play a Ale House during 393 Princess Street.

Check out USS Music for some-more about Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker and learn about Repartee on Sleepless Records or during Repartee Music.

For some-more information, revisit a Facebook eventuality page. To buy tickets – go to ‘Ticket Scene’.


Release sources: Facebook eventuality page and IndoorRecess.com

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