Full Circle Presents: Viral Sound
With Resin Ed and Kloptoscope
Thursday, December 6, 2012
9:00pm to 2:00am
Viral Sound is a four-piece band with an organic fresh blend of live electronica, dirty get-down funk, jamming rock and roll, reggae and jazz. They have a telepathic way of connecting with each other and the crowd to generate an explosively mind-bending musical experience. Some of their influences include The Grateful Dead, Herbie Hancock, Jamiroquai and Lotus, but their style is of its own breed….
Each member’s musical approach is unique and eclectic, drawing from varied musical backgrounds and interests. Viral Sound unites a distinct attentiveness to sound and a feverish desire to explore every facet of musical territory in order to create an intoxicating auditory thrill that spreads like a virus. The band consists of Ariel Moore on the bass/vocals, Charley Zahringer on the guitar, Jordan Giangreco (formerly of the Breakfast) on the keys/synthesizer and Dan Rourke on the drums. Originally from New York and now based in Providence, R.I., their infectious sound has been grabbing minds, bodies and dancin’ spirits everywhere—this is one virus that can’t be contained.
Me myself and the eye of my mind.
One guitar, one bass, one synth, one mic, one drumset, and me.
Kloptoscope is an original electronic rock band based out of Burlington, VT. Including bass, synthesizers, guitars, a saxophone, drums, and samples, Kloptoscope makes use of a vast and expanding, collection of sounds, to create unique interpretations of a wide range of genres. Between their high-energy composed originals, Kloptoscope fans can expect sets to sink into the unknown with highly improvised live exploration of sound and energy. The result can most accurately be described as “fun.”
Sharing stages with Kung Fu, The Malah, The Heavy Pets, Consider The Source, Lespecial, MUN, Fundimensionals, Arpetrio and more, Kloptoscope is quickly making a name for themselves as a “have you heard band of 2012”