Cornelius, N.C.—This Friday, August 8, at 8p.m., Orange Crush— the two-piece Surf-Punk band, from Charlotte, N.C.—will host and perform at the live, three-band event, at Studio 13, which will also include appearances from Hopeless Semantics and Top Shelf.
Anticipatively, this event promises to deliver a multi-genre extravaganza, ranging from Punk, Grunge, and straight up Rock n’ Roll—a little something for anyone who’s interested in being entertained by unique, cutting-edge music.
As for the band, Orange Crush, it throws down a like-no-other, surf-punk vibe, which is an uncommon yet welcome sound for the greater Charlotte-Lake Norman music scene. Recently, the band released a self-recorded demo on Band Camp and continues to build on that release.
As for the band, Hopeless Semantics, it’s a five-piece, Indie Pop-Rock group, with a long overdue, refreshing sound for the Lake Norman area’s anxious music connoisseurs. Lastly—but certainly not least—the band, Top Shelf—a four-piece group from Statesville, N.C., classifies itself under, what’s referred to as, the “Musik” genre—will be worth coming out to hear for the mere curiosity factor, among the many who are anticipated to attend Friday’s Studio 13 event.
For more information on any of these groups, it’s encouraged to visit their respective Facebook links (embedded above)—better yet—come on out to Studio 13, this Friday, and check out their live performances, as this event promises to be a one-of-a-kind, and one of the most unique, live musical events for this area—stay tuned.