When I read the message from Mike Greenfield I knew my response instantly. The drummer of the ever-rising genre-defying instrumental quintet Lotus had asked me to cover his show with Philadelphia-based KiloWatts, the electronic...
On Friday, June 14th, Kick Rocks played at the Blockley in Philadelphia. Just eight days later, on Saturday, June 22nd, Suckerpunch played at the same place. Normally it wouldn’t be a big deal or particularly noteworthy for two popular bands to play at the same venue, but the fact that Kick Rocks and Suckerpunch are both supergroups with members from the same bands makes this case a little more interesting. Why do supergroups exist?
Supergroup side projects SuckerPunch and Kick Rocks will both hit the road for a string of shows this month. Check out their tour dates and information and stay tuned to Sensible Reason over the next week for an in depth look at the dichotomy of these Supergroup Side-projects on tour.
Equifunk has announced its 2013 lineup, including two sets from The Motet and The New Mastersounds. The festival will take place August 16-18.
xciting news in the world of jamband supergroups. Suckerpunch, comprised Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner of The Disco Biscuits, Lotus drummer Mike Greenfield, and former the New Deal keyboardist Jamie Shields, have announced a short run of dates in the Northeast for the summer 2013.