Attention, Buffalo fans, Flux Capacitor is bringing their rollicking, rousing, and downright uplifting Electric Eyes Tour to Buffalo Iron Works this Thursday, September 22. Showtime is at 9:00 PM. Tickets and show information can be found at the venue’s website.
Don’t miss this opportunity to catch one of the fastest rising and most dynamic breakout bands on the jam scene. The brothers Specht hail from the outskirts of Philadelphia, and since 2007 have released three studio albums, performed at major festivals, including Peach Festival and Bonnaroo, shared the stage with the likes of Umphrey’s McGee, Keller Williams, Particle, and Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, all while continuing to refine their sound, expand their audience, and flow through creative boundaries.
The trio’s signature sound is one of fluid cohesion, which could only be described as brotherly, and allows for intricate exchanges between lead guitarist, Pete, and double-dipping keyboardist/bass keyboardsist, Michael, over drummer Jason’s choice grooves. Suddenly finding yourself lost in the middle of a Flux Capacitor jam is not just an inevitability, but seemingly the point of their immersive playing, and perhaps one of the reasons they recently brought home the Tri-State Indie Award for Jamband of the Year.
Check out Flux Capacitor’s Facebook page and website for hot new music, merchandise, and tour dates, which include a string of northeast dates in the fall and a stop at Arlene’s Grocery in New York on November 4. Enjoy a taste of Flux Capacitor’s newest album, Cycle 9, here.