December 9th thru December 17th I’ll be on the road doing some solo dRachEmUsiK shows with my friend Guitarist Dan Miñoza. Dan is doing some wonderful Dark Ambient Soundscapes for Guitar and Electronics.
Hope you can make it out to one of performances.
Looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones!
Dates listed below. Go here for details and to RSVP.
embral @embralmusic #embral hits the road, playing
new music in new and old places with our pal Tim Kaiser
on most shows. And we’ll have some new merch and stuff.
Come say hi.
Tour main FB event page here.
Dates, venues, links and line-ups below
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Detroit, MI @ Trinosophes
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Chicago, IL @ Slate Arts
w/ Rasplyn, Derek Allen, Curt Oren / Rose Bouboushian duo
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5
St. Louis, MO @ Foam
w/ Moonrace, Eric Hall, Alex Cunningham
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Lawrence, KS @ Percolator
w/ Tim Kaiser, Battalion of Cloudships, Tensor Sensellation
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Kansas City, MO @ Awful House
w/ Tim Kaiser, Battalion of Cloudships, TBA
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8
Lincoln, NE @ Toothblack House
w/ Tim Kaiser, The Mighty Vitamins
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9
Des Moines, IA @ The Fremont
w/ Tim Kaiser, TBA
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10
Minneapolis, MN @ Eagles 34
w/ Tim Kaiser, Dahlheimer, Mount Curve
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 1PM
La Crosse, WI @ Old Towne Strings
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 8PM
La Crosse, WI @ Cavalier Theater
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Lafayette, IN @ Spot Tavern
w/ Health & Beauty, Matt Schneider, Wooden Highway
The Sound of Thunder Live
US East Coast May 9-17
- May 9th – Spectrum Loft, 121 Ludlow, 2nd Fl., NY, NY
- May 10th – Secret Art Space, Bethlehem, PA
- May 11th – Assemble X, Knockdown Center, 52-19 Flushing Ave., Queens, New York
- May 12th – Goodbye Blue Monday, 1087 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY
- May 14th- Verse 254, York, PA 254 E. King St.
- May 15th – The Random Tea Room, Philadelphia 713 N. 4th St.
- May 17th – Masonic Temple, 80 Broadway, Asheville, NC
- Mountain Skies electro-music Festival
“These are depths to be plumbed in close listens. There’s a lot happening and a ton of feeling lacing through the mix. onewayness and dRachEmUsiK (aka Adam Holquist and Charles Shriner) expertly manage this tenuous juggling act well, effecting the balance between easy and difficult listening. The Sound of Thunder is a disc you need to go into with an open mind.
Do so, and it will likely win you over quickly.”
— John Shanahan, Hypnagogue Reviews