Monday Night Residency - Barrows

The Echo Presents

Monday Night Residency - Barrows

Hepa.Titus, Boarchucker, VS Colour

Monday May 15

8:30 pm

This event is 21 and over

Barrows fuses atmospheric and heavy music in the form of sprawling concept albums. The band creates entrancing, circling riffs and rhythms intercut with explosive peaks and brilliant subtleties.

"Red Giant", the sophomore album by Barrows is fittingly massive in thematic scope as it is in sonic heft. An album about the life of a star and what happens after it dies, the band depicts the stages of celestial death throughout the album's five epic tracks.

"Imprecari Island", the debut album by Barrows, is an intense musical jouney about a group of sailors who get shipwrecked on a cursed island. Their shipwreck, time on the island, and eventual escape is portrayed through the first eight tracks and is followed by the epic finale that takes place back out at sea, "Pirates".
Kevin Rutmanis- cows, teenage larvae, gaswar, melvins, tomahawk, Hepa/Titus

Sterling Riley- likes to go to the desert to let things cool off, Heap of Titans, Hepa/Titus

Dana Young- c.a.n.s., testicular homicide, psyche meds, aerial pink, zeppelin

David Sender - union 13
They're two Best Friends; taking it to their limits and busting down those barriers. These Best Friends know no bounds as they catapult rockets into the stars; never knowing where they made it to or what they're doing in that mysterious place. Friends, maybe can help you out but these Best Friends will find a way in, and when they do you better watch out; because when Best Friends are there they're there for good and bad.

Look out for these two Best Friends because they're coming your way in a hurry! Save them a spot at the table and your hearts 'cause these Best Friends are cooking up "the word" and "the word" is good enough to eat. We can't tell you what "the word" is here but I can say without a doubt "the word" rhymes with Best Friends. Here they come, Best Friends.
VS Colour
VS Colour
Bubbly in a "loosing innocence" kind of way.
Venue Information:
The Echo
1822 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, California, 90026