NYE Rave 2014, Cole Patterson, Knic Knac

The Vanguard and Brother's Houligan present

NYE Rave 2014

Cole Patterson

Knic Knac

Pax Mentis, Summit, Hayakawa, Blonde Mulligan

Tue, December 31, 2013

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:15 pm

$15.00 - $20.00

This event is all ages

Cole Patterson
Cole Patterson
P. C. P. otherwise known as Project Cole Patterson, is the persona of young local DJ, Cole Patterson. He is coming to take over the EDM Scene as we know it! After DJ-ing for the past year and a half he is ready to share his passion and talent with the Tulsa EDM crowd and he is sure to provide a street shaking set using the EDM styles of Trap, House and Dubstep, to provide fans with a unforgettable experience!
Knic Knac
Knic Knac
Ever since he fell in love with the first Dubstep song he heard in early 2011, Patrick Kaltenbacher, known on stage as Knic Knac, has been producing his own sounds. He has recently been exploring the exploding genre of Electronic Trap. Knic Knac has performed at the historic Cain's Ballroom as an opener for Butch Clancy, the popular electronic producer out of Detroit, as well as the Vanguard, both in his hometown of Tulsa, OK. He is on a mission to make a name for himself in the world of EDM.
Summit is an indie alternative trio hailing form Tulsa, OK. Summit has been compared to the Police with a mix of Kings Of Leon. Summit spent the summer of 2014 testing their material on a national tour and are gearing up for their debut EP release in the fall of 2014.

Summit's self described "indie pop angsty rock" is bluesy hard edged riffs with lyrics and melody that tell sometimes dark yet relevant stories everyone can relate to. Imagine The Police and Band of Skulls had a baby. That baby would be Summit.

Summit is Christian Sanchez, Conor McMurchy and Bradley Thomas Jones.

Sanchez - Lead vocals, guitar. His first instrument is drums and percussion but he has a knack for writing edgy and accessible songs that speak to people.

Conor McMurchy - Bass, Vocals. His lines are fluid and involve much movement. Bass players are amazed at the way he navigates away from root notes but still maintains the chordal continuity of songs.

Bradley Thomas Jones is a seasoned veteran who's involvement with Summit started as a fill in position. After the first rehearsal Jones was enamored with the writing and playing ability of Sanchez and McMurchy and committed to Summit full time. Jones was a touring drum tech for several years and is also a session player.

Come see what the buzz is all about!
Venue Information:
The Vanguard
222 North Main Street
Tulsa, OK, 74103