Locally Grown Music: The Matters

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Locally Grown Music: The Matters
Saturday, September 21, 2019 10:30 PM
Geraldine's, Austin, TX
 
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Locally Grown Music is a monthly residency hand-picked by the Austin Music Foundation.

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www.thematters.com


About The Matters:
Before relocating to ATX, The Matters grew up sharing the stage in PCB. The project formerly known as Jam Therapy, features a lineup of Florida natives: Garrett Brown (vocals, guitar), Alejandro Rios (guitar, vocals),Chase Morgan (bass) and Mike Krieger (drums). Together they performed across the Southeast and released a series of EP’s until their music led them to Austin, TX.
 
The bands electric and unapologetic rock 'n' roll -- but with a whole lotta feeling-- has materialized into the band's first EP Survive, was released in 2018. The album was recorded in Austin, TX at the Bubble with premier rock producer Chris "Frenchie" Smith (Jet, The Darkness, Leopold and His Fiction, Purple) and expands upon the group's development with diverse songs that reinvent the far-reaching scope of rock music. 
 
With the mystic of Zeppelin, paired with the energy of The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Matters challenge their audiences to a fight to the death every night while conducting a stage show that is both chaotic and seductive.

About AMF:
Austin Music Foundation (AMF) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen, connect and elevate the local music industry and community with innovative programs that empower music professionals and music businesses within Austin's creative economy. Austin Music Foundation offers free education specifically tailored to today's music business climate. With expert panels, consultations, mentoring and networking events, AMF's programs provide the necessary tools and opportunities to help the Austin music industry succeed. Since 2002, AMF has helped over 16,000 musicians and music industry professionals and remains committed to ensuring that Austin’s creative class and music industry thrive. For more information or to get involved, visit www.austinmusicfoundation.org