Drinking Mercury Album Release w/ When Particles Collide
Time & Location
About The Event
8pm, 7:30 doors
$10 online, $15 at the door, nobody turned away for lack of funds.
Formed in 2000, Drinking Mercury has issued a steady stream of dreamy indie-folk influenced rock as originators of the Michigan independent record label GTG Records. Alternating between spare and tranquil moments of beauty and unhinged psychedelic instrumental workouts, Drinking Mercury's familial bond as musicians has carried them across Midwest and festival stages for nearly two decades. 2019 has already brought a split album with Grand Rapids' indie pop collective the Soods and at The Robin Theatre on November 23rd Drinking Mercury will be releasing its long overdue second, self-titled, full-length album, featuring 11 songs that the band recorded in a cabin in northern Michigan.
When Particles Collide: Trained as a jazz drummer and choral vocalist, Chris met Sasha, a self taught punk rocker and singer-songwriter in the spring of 2010 when they were both cast in a Bangor Maine production of the rock ‘n roll musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch. They have been working together ever since to find where disparate influences come together to create melody forward, hard hitting, genre bending rock ‘n roll. They are currently a full time, independent touring outfit living out of their 2014 Ram Promaster and rack up over 200 shows per year. Under their own record label, Unstoppable Rock Records they have released eight sets of recordings, the latest being 2018's "Fade to Gold."
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