Devil Season, Charles Fullwood, Time and Energy

The Wayfarer Presents

Devil Season

Charles Fullwood

Time and Energy

Thu, March 21, 2019

8:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Devil Season
Devil Season
Devil Season is loops, bass and vocals by Nate Jackson. Drums, keys, production by C-Gak.
Charles Fullwood
Charles Fullwood
Charles Fullwood, musician, songwriter, entertainer, born in Mission Viejo, California began composing his first songs as a child by singing to the music of the wind while riding in the family car, the window open so the wind was able to blow its sweet music into his ears. He would spend hours watching his favorite musicals on VHS, Nightmare Before Christmas, The Wiz, and West Side Story, singing all the songs and parts which he new by heart. Growing up in a musical home, surrounded by musicians and writers, it was no surprise when, at the age of 11, Charles announced he was playing his first show at the Depot in San Juan Capistrano, having formed up the band Not Quite Cool with a couple of his friends, Tristan Saylor on guitar, Greg Taylor on drums, and himself on bass. By the age of 14 he was playing at venues like the Coach House, The Roxy, the House of Blues and Hogue Barmichaels with his band, Lush Behavior, performing his original songs.
Charles’ music is constantly evolving as his interests in different genres of music have evolved. Influenced by such groups as Silverchair, Ours, The Temptations and artists like Michael Jackson, James Brown and Little Richard, Fullwood’s music is going through a period of change. With the flavor of soul and dance music, Charles’ music is escalating to higher heights daily with his new found instrument the Korg Kaiossilator Pro. Creating original beats, music and songs, with his dynamic voice and undeniable charisma, Charles Fullwood is still singing and swinging to the wind.
Time and Energy
Time and Energy
Two heads are always better than one, right? For Santa Ana, California's Time and Energy, two friends have teamed up to form a dynamic duo, utilizing a smorgasbord of instruments and looping techniques to concoct a unique cocktail of experimental rock. Part live performance and part pre-recorded samples and loops, the pair ofchildhood friends perpetually generate a wall of powerful, yet balanced sounds as they ready their new LP Strange Kind of Focus.
Formed out of the ashes of a 4-piece rock band, Jorge Rios and Brennan Roach picked up where their departed bandmates left off, deciding to assume control of all musical duties in their absence. Vocals, guitar,bass, keys and percussion fall into Rios' capable hands, while his counterpart Roach contributes equal parts drums, percussion, bass,guitar, keys and clarinet. Coupled with their mastery of loops and samples, the duo builds songs into grandiose crescendos, inviting new dimensions and rhythms to the musical party which would otherwise be impossible.
Their debut Entertainica crash landed on the independent music scene three years after forming, featuring a smattering of unique experimental tracks laced with hints of indie, blues, jazz and electronica. The ebb and flow of the record continuously swerves inand out of numerous influences and genres, heightening Time and Energy's affinity for fearless creativity and jam-based songwriting formula.
Now Rios and Roach are preparing to take the next step, having self-recorded their follow-up album "Strange Kind of Focus" at a house in the woods of Santa Cruz County. With one West coast tour already under their belts, they are currently booking live dates throughout.
Venue Information:
The Wayfarer
843 W 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
http://www.wayfarercm.com