Road to RedGorilla is getting pumped about the team’s trip to Dallas, TX. We are working hard and are proud to present a studded line-up of our favorite independent artists who have already been confirmed to appear at the 2009 festival in March! Airline, Sunward and Hendrick will be taking the stage and rockin’ at Club Dada on Dec. 13, 2008. Make sure to come out and support your favorite band as the winner will be one step closer to a hefty RedGorilla Music Festival prize package. The winning band has a chance for a featured showcasing spot at the 2009 RedGorilla Music Festival, a feature write up in the festival program guide and a spot on the festival compilation CD. However, the only way your band can win  is if you show up and vote! 

The show starts at 9 p.m. with a $7 cover. For more information or involvement in The Road To RedGorilla or RedGorilla Music Festival, visit www.redgorillamusic.com or contact us atInfo@RedGorillaMusic.com.

Now imagine a drum roll in your head as you scroll down and introduce yourself to the bands…..

 

 

Airline Prepares to Take Flight

AirlineWhile they have been compared sonically to the Kinks, The Police, and Pink Floyd, Dallas-based Airline is anything but a throwback.  Ranging from pensive to explosive, their sound is the sum of the creative tension between four opinionated musicians.

The band hammers away at each song until the arrangement is taut and visceral.   “We don’t quite fit the slacker image of just jamming away in the garage.  We’ve been known to argue over the placement of one bass note or chord voicing.  But when the song finally clicks, we all know it,” explains Airline.

Catch Airline’s performance at Road to RedGorilla’s Dallas Regional Showcase and pick up the band’s new 

debut LP, Farewell Republica. Check out Airline’s music at www.myspace.com/airlinemusic

 

Sunward

RedGorilla Looks Sunward

Merging melodic song craft with psychedelically infused sounds, Sunwards music moves in a refreshing direction somewhere between indie-pop and space rock. While their compositions are steeped in lush, heady audioscapes painted by atmospheric violin, guitar and synthesizers, Sunward never abandons the most important element of a rock song, the melody.

Sunward’s style is a quirky retro-pop that is both cerebral and catchy.Sunward recently released their full-length album entitled, “Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Horses,”

Sunward will be rocking Club Data for Road to RedGorilla. Check out the tunes at www.myspace.com/sunward


Hendrick Bring Energetic Sound to Road to RedGorilla

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Hendrick is a group of 6 unique individuals that have come together to create an energetic power-pop sound that is sure to get you grooving on your feet.

Their experimental brit-pop-rock songs combine multiple guitars, piano, bass, drums and powerful vocals and create a giant wall of sound.

With influences such as The Flaming Lips, Radiohead and Built to Spill Hendrick will appeals to all who love music. 

Hendrick will bring their explosive music to the Road to Red Gorilla Stage on December 13. Listen to their tunes at www.myspace.com/hendrickmusic

 

 

 

The show starts a 9 p.m. Get yourself out to Club Dada to support your favorite band and discover some great new music! See ya there!

– Your trustee Road to RedGorilla Team

 

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NOTeNEF Promotions and the Road to RedGorilla team are packing their bags and hitting the road to deliver music lovers a taste of the excitement and talent the RedGorilla Music Festival brings to Austin every year.

Every March thousands of music lovers and artists flock to the streets of Austin, Texas for one of the largest and most anticipated weeks in the music industry. The RedGorilla Music Festival is proud to be a part of these events and in 2009 will showcase nearly 350 independent artists on ten stages.

The event coordinators at RedGorilla have partnered with NOTeNEF Promotions to  create the Road to RedGorilla. This winter, RedGorilla is traveling to five new markets showcasing independent talent to satisfy the musical hunger for fans that just can’t wait for the buffet of artists in Austin.

The Road to RedGorilla begins in Kansas City, MO on November 22 where KC favorites Pomeroy, Making Movies, and Your Electric Grandmother will perform at Jerry’s Bait Shop (the Lee Summit Location).  On December 6, Road to RedGorilla hosts indie favorites The Winter Sounds and Part Bear as they are scheduled to perform along side folk rock’s Sonia Leigh at Tasty World in Athens, GA. The traveling showcase will reach Dallas on December 13th as well as Orlando and St. Louis after the new year.

The RedGorilla team is inviting fans to come support their favorite band and to discover some of the hottest new independent music. Fan support at The Road to RedGorilla showcase will help one artist in each market stand out amongst the hundreds performing during one of the busiest weeks in the music industry.

Each artist showcasing at the Road to RedGorilla events has already been selected to perform at the RedGorilla Music Fest in Austin next March.  However, these lucky artists also have the opportunity to be selected by fan votes at the Road to RedGorilla event and receive a prize package including a prime time slot at the 2009 festival, a featured artist notation in the RedGorilla program guide, and an opportunity to win a spot on the 2009 festival compilation CD which has 1000 hard copies pressed and 5000 download card distributed at the festival in Austin.

Come feast your ears and experience a taste of all the action that takes place in Austin at The Road to RedGorilla Showcases near you.  For more information about involvement in The Road To RedGorilla or RedGorilla Music Festival, visit www.redgorillamusic.com or contact Kelly Fenton at Kelly@redgorillamusic.com.