This Friday, December 8th, be sure to stop on by the Mousetrap Bar and Grill for another night of solid music from some local Indianapolis bands. Audiodacity is the headlining act of the night. Joining Audiodacity at The Mousetrap will be The Knot Brothers and Dalton Halls Band.
Audiodacity started off as an Indianapolis cover band back in 2011. Since then, the six-piece band has grown into a musically-diverse group, whose interests in exploring different genres leads them to create songs that range from funk, reggae, latin, r&b, pop-rock, and hip-hop. Audiodacity’s mission statement is: “Anything is possible”, and they strive to get this message through with their songwriting. Their most recent attempt to prove this was during the release of “The Free EP”, which was given for free to attendees of Indianapolis’ Protect the Arts event earlier this year.
Audiodacity consists of Jason Ehizokhale (guitar, saxophone, vocals), Cody Herring (guitar, trumpet), Ben Jarvis – (trumpet, vocals), Mike Sheldon (bass), Will Skirvin (saxophone), and Adam Woodgett (drums, vocals). You can find out more about Audiodacity by visiting their website or Bandcamp page. You can also find Audiodacity on Facebook.
The Knot Brothers
The Knot Brothers are a relatively recent Indianapolis-based duo that plays a mix of rap, rock, funk, and EDM. After their first year as a band, they were already taking the city by storm with an enormous amount of energy for just a duo. The Knot Brothers’ music typically features driving bass lines and drum beats, distorted guitar, and synth pads. Some of their biggest influences are bands like Daft Punk, Chromeo, and Gym Class Heroes. The Knot Brothers released their debut EP “Misadventures” earlier this year. You can check out their Bandcamp page to listen to it for free.
For more information on The Knot Brothers, you can find them on Facebook.
So if you’re looking for a good mix of bands that like to play around with genre-fusing tunes, come to The Mousetrap this Friday night. The doors open at 8:00 pm and the show starts at 9:00. Tickets are only six dollars, too. If that’s not a steal, I don’t know what is.