$10 Cover @ the Door / Start 10:30pm / Doors 10pm
Allston-based Clamb are excited to bring their ethereal rhythm & blues to the Lilypad, coupled with Brad Goff Band's lush and jazz-inspired instrumental compositions. Audiences will be treated to a night of colorful musical conversations between great friends.
Clamb is a project born out of the desire between synthesist Peter Danilchuk, drummer Joshua Merhar, and bassist Jameson Stewart to explore rhythm and blues grooves with an eye toward deep groove and cosmic levels of human connection. Clamb are a band based on imagining a large space inside of a very small musical idea. Drawing from the traditions of classic American groove music from James Brown through to seventies European electronic pioneers like Cluster and Harmonia, Clamb are interested in keeping an attitude of acceptance and exploration in their largely-improvised songs. Their first release Triangular Fÿord (September 2019) showcases the trio in the middle of a funky slow-burn in the vein of the back half of Talking Heads 'Remain in Light', patiently sketching a foreign landscape from the top down.
Brad Goff Band
Brad Goff Band represents a fusion of disparate musical genres, colored by vocal-like melodic phrasing and jazz harmony. Anchored by a groove backbone and hip-hop rhythms, violin leads the group through subtle melodies while electric guitar and atmospheric keys bring the whole mix home. The result is a sound that is immediately enjoyable but more than deep enough to keep listeners coming back.