Amuse

Amuse

Made Of Blocks, Deal Breakers, The Biscaynies

Sun. February 25, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$7.00

This event is 18 and over

$3 under 21 surcharge collected at the door.

Amuse
Amuse
Amuse was formed by lifelong friends Kaine Gibson (guitar) and Mike Muse (bass). In 2007 Amuse recorded their first EP “Tosche Station Lot Lizards” at Sonic Iguana Studios. The band continued doing shows and gained some recognition in their hometown area.

In 2012 Amuse recorded a follow up album titled “Love Songs For Your Dad” at Wes Deboy Studios in Indianapolis. After some touring the band quickly fell to a standstill with adulthood and the distance of then drummer Weston Jordan.

In late 2015 after strong bonds were built again with Muse and Gibson, it was clear that the desire to play music was still strong. Drummer Keith Tajc was recruited. Now with a new dynamic and a newer sound the band went full throttle. The new songs have been well received and the band has been playing shows all over the Midwest and surrounding areas and somewhat gained a name for themselves. The new EP showcasing the new music is slated to release Aug 4th through Showoff frontman Chis Messer’s label “Dodgeball Records” followed by a follow-up LP through the label as well.
Made Of Blocks
Made Of Blocks
"With guitar-driven hooks, catchy melodies, and lyrics that wax poetic about lost love and the nature of the universe, Made of Blocks blend elements of alternative rock, pop, and metal to create a sound that's diverse, yet widely accessible."
Deal Breakers
Deal Breakers
Deal Breakers will hook you from the first riff and not let go until leaving the stage. Blending a strong pop-punk influence with an edgier sound, it's fast & fun & you can't help but move to it. Their songs have catchy melodies and harmonies, yet a hardcore influence. The guitars maintain intensity as the bass and drums hook it all together. Deal Breakers "No-Coast Punk" style is guaranteed to leave you wanting more.
The Biscaynies
The Biscaynies
If Rush was a punk rock band they would have called themselves The Biscaynies.
Venue Information:
The Frequency
121 W. Main Street
Madison, WI, 53703
http://madisonfrequency.com/