Third Annual Night of the Comet: Artists United Against Domestic Violence

Third Annual Night of the Comet: Artists United Against Domestic Violence

Brother O'Brother, Saint Aubin, Faux Bear, Jeff Kelly and the Graveyard Shift, Minute Details, Indien, 3am Blues Band, Papa Warfleigh's Funk Revival, Emily Myren, Gypsy Moonshine, No Pit Cherries, Sugar Moon Rabbit, Pinky and the Basterds

Sat, July 8, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Night of the Comet III
Night of the Comet III
Now in its third year, "Night of the Comet" is a collaboration benefit of some of Indy's best visual artists and musicians banding together against domestic violence, with 100% of the proceeds from this event going directly to Indianapolis area Anti-Domestic Violence Nonprofits, including The Coburn Place, The Julian Center, The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and the Eskinazi Center for Hope. Visual Art from top local artist will also be available for a live auction at the event, with all proceeds also going to nonprofits.
Saint Aubin
Faux Bear
Jeff Kelly and the Graveyard Shift
Minute Details
Sugar Moon Rabbit
Indien, 3 am Blues Band
No Pit Cherries
Papa Warfleigh's Funk Revival
Gypsy Moonshine
Pinky and the Basterds
Special Guests TBD
Brother O'Brother
Brother O'Brother
Brother O' Brother began making music with one major message in mind, love. Love's components, makeup, societal lack, and possible encouraging solutions on how to increase love in this world. Brother O' Brother is trying to participate in this conversation of life by drenching guitars in fuzz, booming drums, and mountains of smoke and light. Brother O' Brother's live performance has been dubbed the best live performance in all of Indianapolis by multiple press outlets. Mix MC5 with early Black Keys and you've got it. Based out of Indianapolis, B.O.B. has toured heavily, received critical acclaim, cranked out 2 full lengths and a Ep, and put out 6 vinyl releases on 3 different labels. With 7 new vinyl releases slated for 2016 on 4 different labels along with mass touring, 2016 looks to be the year of Brother O' Brother.
Saint Aubin
Saint Aubin
Saint Aubin is a soulful collision of alt-rock, and jazzy folk music. This is a very beautiful and meaningful collection of genres that results in music that is bound to run around in your head for days
Minute Details
We make the kind of music we want to, and we like to get crazy on stage. Hope that's cool with you guys.
Indien
A collaboration between producer Mark Hadfield and singer Emmie.
Emily Myren
Emily Myren
"Emily Myren is making her mark on the Indianapolis music scene. A sweet, beautiful emotional mark. And thus far, of course, it is amazing. With youth firmly on her side, it will be very interesting to see where this lady goes with her style. Currently in the studio, Emily needs to be heard live. There is a certain level of passion and grace that fills the room as she performs." -Brother Brother Radio Cast

Unsigned, Indianapolis born singer/songwriter released first her EP, entitled "Go" in November of 2009 and has been playing shows around the Indianapolis/Muncie area since early 2009. She is currently in the process of recording a full length album through Ball State studios and has demos posted on www.soundcloud.com/emilymyren. New EP entitles, "Ouroboros" releasing November 28, 2014.
Gypsy Moonshine
Gypsy Moonshine is an eclectic, swirly, dreamy mix that will punch you in the face then take you on a sunset picnic.

Katie Josway - vocals, guitar
Nick Faulhaber - lead guitar
Colin Ellis - bass guitar
Aaron McDonald - drums
Sugar Moon Rabbit
Sugar Moon Rabbit
Created as a musical experiment by vocalist Trevor Potts and gitarist Chris Sarber, Sugar Moon Rabbit has developed a cult following among the growing Indianapolis music scene. Though SMR has undergone several line-up changes in its 5 year history, this last and final line-up came together during the summer of 2009 with the addition of drummer Joe Kool. Since then, SMR has toured heavily in Indianapolis and surrounding areas. Slowly spreading their infectious and unique brand of old-school, punk infused, rock 'n roll, and their dynamic and energetic stage shows throughout the state and beyond. They boast a wide range of influences such as : Prince, The Violent Fems, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, The Doors, The Who, The Beatles, The Clash, Social Distortion, Nirvana, Rush and many more.
Venue Information:
The HI-FI
1043 Virginia Ave #4
Indianapolis, IN, 46203
http://www.hifiindy.com/