flipturn at the Entry – TICKETS
There is nothing held back while flipturn is performing. The chemistry and talent shared between the bandmates allows for a total release of inhibitions, and their songs are written in an artfully understandable way that makes flipturn the storytellers for a generation of people who were never told what to do next.
The flipturn roll call is Dillon Basse (lead vocals/rhythm guitar), Tristan Duncan (lead guitar), Madeline Jarman (bass), Mitch Fountain (synth), and Devon VonBalson (drums). Fans are drawn to the rarity of both strong female and male presences within the band that foster a sense of inclusion in the musical experience. The fever dream energy of their live shows has positioned flipturn as a metaphorical musical sun, holding fans in a trancelike orbit.
flipturn’s music has spread to a national and international audience of music lovers entirely through organic word-of-mouth and grassroots efforts. With over 25 million streams on Spotify and sharing the stage with the likes of Mt. Joy, Saint Motel, and Magic City Hippies, the band shows no signs of slowing down.
Landon Conrath at the Entry – TICKETS
Landon is a multi-instrumentalist with a diverse background in music. Inspired by an unimaginable summer of 2019 and an intense break-up, Landon wrote “Pieces” and “Acetone”, which were backed by Spotify’s official playlisting and have garnered over 3.5 million streams. Receiving support from listeners worldwide, Landon prepares to release more music in 2021.
At just 20 years old he went viral on Spotify with singles “Pieces” and “Acetone” and was featured on The Current for his overnight rise. Now, at 22, Landon has signed to Nettwerk Records and is preparing to share his new single – a hook-laden, indie groove called “2AM.”
Band of Silver (opening for Jake Miller) at the Fine Line – TICKETS
Band of Silver is a three piece group from Nashville, Tennessee specializing in addictive, arena-ready anthems that blur the lines between vintage rock, 80’s new wave, and modern pop. Their songs tackle heartbreak and disappointment with hope and perseverance, offering up timely testaments to the power of faith and the unbreakable bonds of family.
“We’ve soft released stuff to our fans before, but this will be the first time anyone’s heard what we’re really capable of in the studio,” says singer Avery Silvernagel, who launched the project with her younger brothers (guitarist/singer Alex and drummer Evan) when she was just 19. “These songs are an introduction to who we really are as a band.”
Confident and self-assured, the new music showcases Band of Silver’s youthful exuberance, while at the same time reflecting the trio’s remarkable maturity and restraint. The songs tackle heartbreak and disappointment with hope and perseverance, offering up timely testaments to the power of faith and the unbreakable bonds of family. Avery’s voice is defiantly optimistic on the tunes, balancing beauty and strength in equal measure, and her brothers perform with similar nuance, mixing hard rock grit with glossy pop shine. The results are songs that refuse to give up, even when the going gets tough, gutsy, heartfelt music that insists on better days still to come.