CO-OP

13th Floor Entertainment & EMP Present The Co-Op Album Release Party

CO-OP

SINSHRIFT, Paranova, Riot/Gear, Underwater Time Machine

Sat, June 16, 2018

6:00 pm

Club Red

Mesa, AZ

$10.00 - $13.00

This event is all ages

CO-OP
CO-OP
Dash Cooper, and Mark Savale, met early in their childhood and soon became close friends. As they grew up, they each began developing their own individual passion for music. Lead singer Dash Cooper (son of Rock legend Alice Cooper) certainly inherited his father's talent for Rock vocals and songwriting, and while he was finding his own voice, Mark pursued his passions for drums.
They played locally around Phoenix, but it wasn’t until they added lead guitarist Court Stumpf in 2012 that the band started building what would eventually become CO-OP. A graduate of Musicians Institute in Hollywood, Stumpf pioneered CO-OP's new direction and sound. The band most recently added Justin Swartzentruber on bass, and the young Kolby Peoples on rhythm guitar to finalize the quintet, culminating their "desert hard rock" vibe.

Taking influence from a wide spectrum of bands and musicians--from AC/DC and Led Zeppelin to Alice in Chains, Queens of the Stone Age, and Corrosion of Conformity--CO-OP started brewing their own individual brand of rock. They record at Full Well Studios with the help of producer Mike Bolenbach at the helm of the console.

Jeremy Baca, and Trade Sound Productions maintain management for the band. In 2016 the band signed with EMP Label group.www.emplabelgroup.com

EP mastered by audio titan Emily Lazar (Foo Fighters, David Bowie, Paul McCartney) and recorded by Mike Bolenbach at Full Well Studios was released in December of 2016. The full length is due out summer 2017, with a tour to follow.
SINSHRIFT
Sinshrift's sound can be described as Melodic, Aggressive, and Infectious. Born in the valley of the sun, Arizona. Sinshrift employs the necessary tools to have a successful sound without becoming cliché or compromised. The band has since played with many national bands, including rock heavyweights: In This Moment, Dope, Evans Blue, Motionless in White, Ill Nino, and Smile Empty Soul to name just a few. Sinshrift continues on their path to establish themselves as one of rock's credible up and coming acts.
Paranova
Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, Paranova formed with the intention of taking the dry heat by storm. From smooth soundscapes to addictive and powerful hooks, this band embraces every nuance and feeling that modern rock incites. The unbreakable concoction of four young friends, Paranova’s members share an obsession for making and appreciating memorable music. They set themselves apart by exuding true talent in every measure of every song, never hesitating to take their musical abilities to new levels however possible.
The process began with the instrumental stylings of guitarist Dylan Ewing, drummer Logan Dolezal, and the female presence of Erin Sperduti on bass. Soon after assembling, they stumbled upon singer Owen Doheny, providing the smooth vocals and lyrical genius to front the already established instrumental support. Erin and Logan make up the unequivocally tight rhythm section, combining fluid drumming with intricate bass lines to glue the sound together. Dylan takes on the job of multiple guitarists, delivering the inventive soundscapes that simultaneously counteract and enhance the mechanical design of the rhythmic section. The combination of these four create the distinct musical force that is Paranova.
Reminiscent of the enigmatic yet moving sounds of A Perfect Circle, The Mars Volta, Chevelle, The Deftones, and many more, Paranova continues to strive to deliver quality, innovative music to the listener. On March 20th, they released their debut EP Exordium. With a literal meaning of “beginning” in the latin language, this release is only the dawn of what Paranova has to contribute to the music scene. An undying dedication to music and innovation will launch Paranova into action, presenting the modern rock scene a force to be reckoned with
Riot/Gear
Biography

Riot/Gear has spent the last year resurrecting the local rock scene with their stripped down
sound of raw progressive rock
that pays tribute their metal and
punk influences.
Sold out of their first studio demo, they are now in the studio recording a full-length album to appease their rapidly growing fan base. With over 30 shows under their belt in their first year, including several headlining gigs, Riot/Gear has everything it takes to beat the music scene senseless.
Underwater Time Machine
Venue Information:
Club Red
1306 W. University Dr
Mesa, AZ, 85201
http://www.clubredrocks.com/