IDC trio, Cure for Gravity with Mullerette – Ivy Room (11/25)

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IDC’s Cure for Gravity, will be playing at the Ivy Room with Berkeley duo Mullerette Friday, November 25th. The trio is celebrating their October 14th self-titled debut album, Cure for Gravity. If you’re in the East Bay, mark your calendars!

Concert/venue information here

If you missed the release, order Cure For Gravity here

 

New Music Video World Premiere: Cure For Gravity “BlackMetal”

Check out this amazing new video for the song “BlackMetal” from Cure For Gravity!

 

Preorder the album on iTunes now at:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/cure-for-gravity-ep/id1154669103

 

And a fantastic new review of the album from annecarlini.com:

http://annecarlini.com/ex_cd.php?id=2053

Title – ‘Cure For Gravity’ [EP]
Artist – Cure For Gravity’

Hailing from Oakland, CA, Cure for Gravity– Chris Gamper, Drums & Cymbals; Joe Markert, Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keys and Programming; and Dave Walcott, Lead Guitar – delivers an entrancing amalgam of atmospheric synth-rock with a cinematic vision here on their simply divine new self-titled EP, Cure For Gravity.

Indeed, this trio – and seemingly with ease – create a stunning brand of synth/alt rock that evokes bands like Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree, Elbow and even, for my money, Red Hot Chili Peppers, at times.

The album opens with the chilling, atmospheric pre-lift off countdown amalgamation of crisp, resonate sounds within ‘Tonight’ before the drums and vocals kick on and bring us a more choral pop-sense of a track. ‘Sunspots’ is the perfect follow on to that track, and that in turn is backed by the euphoric ‘Just Like Candy.’

‘Black Metal’ is one of the longest tracks on this EP, and deservedly so as once the jangling guitars have stopped, the laser sounds of an 80’s arcade game have subsided, the music that follows is hypnotic and compelling, to say the very least. The countrified track ‘Push’ is one of my own personal favorites. The flow is perfect, the vocals sublime, the lyrically prose seductive, scene-creating and magnificently grounded. The EP ends with ‘Killing For The Queen’, yet another stalwart track that would not be out of place on say, well, the new RHCP album, that’s for damn sure.

www.cureforgravity.net

www.facebook.com/CureforGravityBand

JP’s Music Blog Review: Cure For Gravity “Cure For Gravity”

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http://jpsmusicblog.blogspot.com/2016/09/cd-review-new-music-from-livesays-neon.html

From Oakland, CA comes the debut album from the progressive rock trio Cure For Gravity. Their new self-titled release features only six tracks, but as one song leads into the next, it feels like one continuous song. Beginning with “Tonight,” the song’s spacey build-up, leaves little room for vocals as you are taken on a sonic journey that shifts along with the exciting instrumentation of “Sunspots.” The album’s lead single, “Black Metal” has a classic prog-rock feel as Cure For Gravity use their influences to balance between their mainstream and experimental sound. The short 30-minute album closes with the steady tempo of “Killing For The Queen” as you wish for more from this rising young band. To find out more about Cure For Gravity and their new debut album, please visit cureforgravity.net.

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