Black Onassis

Nadia Moon Presents...

Black Onassis

Silent Rider, Colossal Mantis

Fri, November 30, 2012

8:00 pm

$8.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Black Onassis
Black Onassis
Formed by Chris Karloff (lead guitarist and co-songwriter on the first two Kasabian albums), Black Onassis have been crafting a dark, brooding, and mysterious album of psychedelic electronic rock'n'roll. Fuzzed-up chainsaw guitars, blissed-out hypnotic drones, sirens blaring, full-on throbbing beats. They have made an inspiring record that reflects the intensity, the highs and lows of life in New York.
Silent Rider
Silent Rider
Silent Rider is the moniker employed by Brooklyn-based electronic producer Reed Kackley. He assembles dark, melancholic progressions and tones that forge a fusion of several genres, including trip-hop, electronic pop and downtempo. The self-titled debut album 'Silent Rider' was released digitally, for free, on September 18th of this year. Kackley, along with co-producer and vocalist on the album, Michael Santiago, utilizes melodramatic vocals, swelling synths, somber piano tones, heavy bass lines, and hard hitting drums.
Colossal Mantis
Colossal Mantis
Colossal Mantis looms ominously on the horizon, a powerful collective of local music makers waiting for the precise moment to strike.
Formed by North Forkers Desmond Tetrault and Andreas Stavropolis and expanded by Brooklinites and fellow Hunter students Alejandro Salazar and Joey Verara, the group's music offers a fresh perspective on the changing dynamic of modern music.

The diversity of the band's members and their influences directly correlates to their unique sound, a seamless fusion of hip hop, electronic dance music, and progressive rock styles. They frequently collaborate with other musicians, most notably singer and songwriter Sorcha Richardson, who has appeared on a number of their songs and performed with them live at such venues as Sounds of Brazil, Cameo Gallery, Santo's Party House, and the Bowery Electric-
Venue Information:
Cameo Gallery
93 N. 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
http://www.cameony.com