The Inciters, The Hellflowers

Feb 2 @ 9:00pm

$8 advance, $10 door

9pm showtime

Advance tickets available at:
http://www.ticketweb.com/snl/E ventListings.action?orgId=25521
or at The Crepe Place

The Inciters:
https://www.facebook.com/thein citers/
THE INCITERS play Northern Soul music.
Northern Soul takes the Motown/Stax ethic but adds a stronger back-beat with more adventurous production, and THE INCITERS continue this tradition in grand style. With 11 members wielding drums, bass, guitars, a full horn section, and three female vocalists, THE INCITERS have no problem filling a room with the powerful sound of soul. The three vocalists lead the band through finely crafted original songs as well as traditional soul music that will get you out of your seat and start to dance. THE INCITERS first formed back in 1995 and had a successful 10-year run before breaking up in 2005 – leaving behind a massive following in Europe that demanded their return year after year. In 2009, they got their wish as original member / bandleader Rick Kendrick went to work putting the band back together. THE INCITERS re-formed with some new, younger faces and picked up right where they left off. Right after the group reformed, they embarked on another successful European tour, released a teaser 7” single on Scorcha in Germany, and then got to work to record their comeback album – SOUL CLAP!

The Hellflowers:
https://www.facebook.com/thehe llflowers/
With a Love of 80’s Punk Rock, New Wave, and 90’s alternative, The Hellflowers were born. Christina Lopez (vocals/guitar), and Matt Eskew (bass) started collaborating in early 2015 which ended up creating a familiar yet uniquely distinctive sound. In 2016, Cat, (lead guitar, vocals) and Mark Powell (Drums) came on board taking The Hellflowers sound even further.


In March 2016, The Hellflowers released their debut EP, “Come On Let’s Dance!” recorded and produced by Agent Orange’s Dave Klein and mastered by Jamison Weddle (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nils Lofgren) with cover art illustrated by famed San Francisco poster artist, Casey Castille. They self produced music videos for the singles "Come On Let's Dance!" and "Running Through The Fog" both directed by bassist, Matt Eskew.

The Hellflowers perform regularly throughout California and the southwest and have opened for national acts such as Agent Orange, The Dickies, The Muffs and Gene Loves Gezebel. In 2017 Their song "Come On, Let's Dance!" was featured on the season finale of "Vanderpump Rules".

They’re constantly expanding their touring reach and connection with audiences through their raw, live shows. The Hellflowers will be releasing their follow up EP in May 2017 followed by a tour to support the release.