• 149 WESTCHESTER AVENUE, PORT CHESTER, NY 10573-4549 · (914) 937-4126

  • Color Tongue

    Fueled by Lagunitas

    Color Tongue

    Skyfactor, Gilbert

    Thu, June 21, 2018

    Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

    Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre

    Port Chester, NY


    This event is 21 and over


    Color Tongue
    Color Tongue
    Color Tongue, an experimental quartet from Brooklyn, write songs that are as much bookmarks as they are weather forecasts; emotional meteorology. For the last three years, they’ve been exploring the corners of their attention, trying to figure out what makes them tick. Introspection meets aspiration, their sweet spot is pursuit. Their newest album 'Bealing Bells' is more chronic than chronological, a collection of disparate songs written across several months.

    ‘Bealing Bells’ is a three track EP that depicts the uneven growth of life. It’s a non-linear love song to our other selves. The album’s opener ‘Adult Lessons’ says good-bye to the potential of adolescence and hello to the questions that lie ahead. Adult life is deeper, longer, and more difficult. Gone are the societal milestones of youth, if you want meaning you’ve got to build it. The album reaches its peak with ‘Over The Moon’, a gonzo love note resurrected from the wastebasket. The track starts off as a playful diary entry and crescendos to the desperate plea of an alien: ’Come walk with me’ over and over again until it's conclusion. The final track “Feathers” closes the album on a more hopeful note. It's a confident stride out of the nest and into the abyss. It’s a mating call for maturity itself. Striving for acceptance of that which we cannot control, appreciation of the now, and finding joy in the unknown.

    Color Tongue have been eagerly awaiting the release of their sophomore EP. A follow up to last Fall’s ethereal ‘Us And The Bugs’, a 15-minute audio/visual farmhouse opera. ‘Bealing Bells’ strikes a more serious tone. Unlike their last record, which was written and recorded in two days on a farm, this one was crafted over the course of a few months and recorded in-studio during the dreary New York City winter. It's more examination than exploration, this record is more thoughtful. Color Tongue's latest release is an ode to the changing of seasons, in both climate and life.
    One listen to SKYFACTOR’s most recent release SIGNAL STRENGTH and it’s clear these guys know how to craft memorable and powerful “Rockoustic” songs that grab you from the get-go -- and won’t let go. SKYFACTOR’s simple but effective melodies combine with edgy dynamics to take the listener on a ride each and every time.

    Formed on a rooftop in the East Village of New York City, despite all hailing from Westchester, SKYFACTOR was born when the musical paths of longtime friends Bob Ziegler and Jason Taylor (formerly of Michigan’s Brother Rabbit) and brothers Jon Rubin and Cliff Rubin (formerly of NYC’s Sky Blues) finally crossed. Almost instantly the songs started flowing, and they knew they were on to something.

    Their debut album Daydreams received much critical acclaim and notice, including that of MTV’s hit show Teen Mom, who chose the track “OK” as their season 2 finale theme, resulting in thousands of downloads and streams from around the world. Skyfactor also must have a big fan at NBC's The Voice, who used another cut from Daydreams no less than three times in the same season, including the finale which was seen by 14 million viewers.

    After the success of Daydreams, the band honed its musical chemistry and style on countless NYC stages for the next two years before heading back into the studio to capture the group’s surging energy and momentum. The result was SIGNAL STRENGTH, which further spotlighted personal, insightful lyrics backed by a big acoustic guitar and one very powerful rhythm section. The guys even had a song from the album prominently (and humorously) featured on Adult Swim’s popular Eric Andre Show, resulting in even more buzz for the band.

    SKYFACTOR is currently putting the final touches on their brand new record (due Sept. 7th), which truly represents the quartet in its finest form yet, thanks to an even deeper level of songwriting and an ever-growing soundscape. 107.1 THE PEAK even featured the lead single “A Thousand Sounds” on a recent ‘9:37 Local’ spot, as the band gears up for a slew of high-profile regional and festival performances this summer and fall.

    All of SKYFACTOR’s music can be found on iTunes, CDBaby, Amazon, and other online services. New song previews, tour dates, and plenty of music videos can be found on the band’s website www.skyfactormusic.com.
    GILBERT is a band from Westchester, New York, whose sound is rock with soul/funk influences. Tara Curran’s powerful and soulful vocals will let you know from the first note that they mean business. Their live show has an undefinable quality that keeps you on the edge of your seat, or on your feet, fully engaged from the beginning of their set until the end.

    They have performed at various New York venues, including: Paramount Hudson Valley, The Winery at St. George, Hudson Valley Expo, Rockwood Music Hall and on the TV show Wonderama. Catch them at the Pleasantville Music Festival on the Party Stage this year! They play rock/soul/funk covers and original music.

    Tara Curran - vocals, Justin Giacchetto - guitar, Wilson Yarnall - bass, Eddie Fiscella - keys, Owen Hughes - drums
    Venue Information:
    Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre
    145 Westchester Avenue
    Port Chester, NY, 10573