RJD2

RJD2

Bells, Aortic Valve

Fri · April 13, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 1:00 am)

$20.00 - $22.00

This event is 21 and over

RJD2
RJD2
Born as Ramble Jon Krohn on May 27, 1976 in Eugene, Oregon, but Columbus, Ohio was where RJD2 was born. Starting off as the producer behind Megahertz (or simply Mhz), and coming out on his own in 2001 on the Def Jux Presents... compilation. From there, he's grown from being labeled "the next DJ Shadow" to standing on his own, making music alone and producing beats for others.
Bells
Bells
"Bells started with two friends, Sean Hennessey and Jon Hershey, who have been producing and performing music together since 2006. While initially still members of other bands August Burns Red and This or the Apocalypse, it was impossible for the two to chase Bells in any serious capacity until 2011.

IIn 2011, Tim Kettering joined the band, and Bells wrote and recorded their version of “Pangaea” for the deluxe edition of August Burns Red’s album “Leveler”.

In the months following the release of Leveler, Bells started writing and recording their first album at Hennessey's Studio in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. At this time, Jon, Sean, and Tim asked close friend Joe Terranova to join the band. On August 28th, 2012, Bells released their debut album “Our Forest, Our Empire”.

Bells performed in support of the album with this line-up, along with August Burns Red’s drummer Matt Greiner as an additional live member, through 2013. Finally, March 2013 marked the arrival of new full time drummer Toby Pool (former This or The Apocalypse), which leads us to Bells as they are today."

***Just to clarify - we are not to be confused with "Bells≥", who are a totally different band.
Aortic Valve
Aortic Valve
“Aortic Valve is the collaborative effort of audio/visual artists, Evolution and VJCA. Meeting through the budding arts community in Reading, Pennsylvania in 2001, their shared passion for exploring the connection between audio and video has yielded countless experiments, dance parties, and happenings across the north east.

Through the artistic union of sight and sound, Aortic Valve combines an improvisational mix of music and video to produce a simultaneous stream of stimulation. This dual sensory duo has entertained audiences of all walks of life in venues of all types. From dive bars to cathedrals, art galleries to night clubs, roller rinks to wedding receptions, hotel lobbies to the occasional after-party, Aortic Valve engages eyes and ears, while encouraging everyone to get involved in the synesthetic experience.”

Aortic Valve - a small part of the heart
Venue Information:
Tellus 360 (The Temple)
24 E King St
Lancaster, PA, 17602