Preview: Spaceface at Square Cat Vinyl


Next Tuesday, May 15th, Flat 12 Bierwerks and Square Cat Vinyl in Indianapolis will be welcoming celestial tunes and groovy beats from their location in Fountain Square. Playing there will be two psychedelic rock bands from the Midwest: Spaceface, and Dead Feathers.

Dead Feathers

Dead Feathers is a relatively new psychedelic rock band from Chicago that rocks the stage with ethereal, bluesy tunes and killer vocals. Heavily influenced by ’60s and ’70’s rock as well as more modern psychedelic groups, they have shared the stage with countless touring bands and other Chicago bands. Dead Feathers released their self-titled debut in 2016, and are currently at work on their first full length album.

Dead Feathers consists of Tony Wold (guitar), Marissa Allen (vocals), Shaggy Shadric (guitar), Rob Rodak (bass), and Jose Bernal (drums). For more information on Dead Feathers, you can visit their Bandcamp page. You can also find Dead Feathers on Facebook.


Spaceface is the psychedelic rock group from Memphis, Tennessee formed by guitarist and synth player Jake Ingalls of The Flaming Lips. The band formed in 2011, and after appearing on The Flaming Lips’ “King Crimson” album cover, Ingalls was inducted as a member of the touring band for the Lips.

Spaceface’s self-titled “Spaceface EP” debuted in 2014, followed by several live recorded albums before the release of Spaceface’s debut full length album “Sun Kids” in 2017, a hazy, psychedelic pop jaunt full of positive vibes. Their most recent release is the “Sun Kids Remixes” album that came out earlier this year. You can listen to all of Spaceface’s music on their Bandcamp page.

Spaceface consists of Matthew Strong, Jake Ingalls, Eric Martin, “Big Red” Daniel Quinlan, Peter Armstrong, and Miles “Dravis” Young. To find out more, you can visit their website. You can also find Spaceface on Facebook.


The psychedelic show at Square Cat Vinyl starts at 8:00 pm with Dead Feathers. Spaceface takes the stage at 9:00, and the doors to Square Cat open at 7:00. The show is for all ages, and tickets are eight dollars if bought in advance, and ten at the door.


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