The Barons

Manic Presents:

The Barons

Chaser Eight, Treadwell

Tue, April 18, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Cafe Nine.

New Haven, CT


Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

The Barons
The Barons
Raw, catchy rock and roll you can't help but dance along to, The Barons (formerly The Kairos Effect) arise from Charlottesville, VA featuring frontman Peyton Alley, lead guitarist Josiah Ragland, drummer Tyler Morris, and bassist Kirtland Gray. Under "TKE", the band built a solid following since 2013 going on three US tours mainly drawing in the college crowds and playing major 50,000+ festivals throughout their home state. Towards the tail end of Spring 2015, the band released two singles as a Digital 45, 'Hands On' and 'Crown' with Sony producer Micah Wilshire out of Nashville, TN. "Hands On" brought on much playtime through XL102 out of Richmond, VA then spread throughout their home state stations, while both tunes also received excellent reviews through inFontana and other independent music critics.

The band now seeks to reach a broader audience in 2016 releasing new singles 'Rattle' and 'Light Up' with Wilshire yet again out of Blackbird Studio (Kings of Leon, Jack White, etc.) in Nashville, TN. The Barons have also made another mark in 2016 opening for Catfish and the Bottlemen on their "The Ride" Album Tour. iHeart Media Talk Show Host, Jeff Katz, quoted The Barons opening set as "one of the best sets I've ever heard".
Chaser Eight
New Haven, Connecticut rock quintet, Chaser Eight, is a melodic, alternative rock outfit that released three singles at the beginning of 2016 and their first studio LP, Chaser Eight, on February 17, 2015. The group boasts bluesy and richly expressive vocals, mesmerizingly textured guitar playing, and a dynamic and imaginative rhythm section. Inspired by Joan Jett, Foo Fighters and Alanis Morissette, Chaser Eight writes moody, guitar driven songs lead with soulful female vocals. Since the age of ten, singer, *AUDRA*, and guitarist, Pat Walsh, have been writing songs together and released their first EP, Late Night Companions, in 2012 followed by EPs Up and Up and At the 426 in 2013. The band writes about relatable subject matter - darkness, love, loss, partying, and sex - inviting listeners to connect with the raw, passionate lyrics.

In 2013, the band made its television debut, performing two songs on WTNH's Connecticut Style Stage 8 and returned to Stage 8 in March 2016 and February 2015 to promote their singles and self-titled album. The band made their first official licensing placement in January 2014 with the commissioned remake of their song “Road (Indecision)” as the main title for the independent motion picture, Acting Like Adults. Their music has been played on Connecticut radio stations 99.1 WPLR and Radio 104.1 with Radio 104.1 being the official host of their video release party at Stella Blues in New Haven, Connecticut on March 25, 2016 and album release party at The Ballroom at The Outer Space in Hamden, Connecticut on February 21, 2015. Chaser Eight has opened for Panic! At The Disco, Atlas Genius, and The London Souls. *AUDRA* has worked with The Rolling Stones' iconic former manager, Andrew Loog Oldham, on the production and arrangement of her songs. They will be performing live all throughout the Northeast during 2016 and you can find their music on iTunes, Spotify, Pandora, and many other popular sites. Stay connected with them at
Treadwell consists of nothing more than your very own, deepest and innermost thinkings,
rolled up into a 3-dimensional sphere consisting of seemingly smooth surfaces, to be discovered that if you cut into it and take a chunk out it's a bit rough in the middle. This layered structure has the potential to morph into a fully exposed landmine, sprinkled with expectation so fragile and brittle that if only but a tiny spec of sugarcoated debris cuts through its atmosphere and touches ground, it'll detonate, releasing a sound that will resonate and permeate through your entire body, out your pores and into your surroundings, spreading like rapid wildfire throughout your personal universe, creating an engulfing haze you would love to just get lost in, and ultimately masking any feelings of doubt or hopelessness if only for a moment, but a moment that can be sustained, even after the fog clears and you're left with no choice but to emerge out of hiding.

Honing their sound from inside different basements across Connecticut, Treadwell has recently been spreading their music throughout the state, playing shows from New Haven to Hartford as well as into New York. Their self-titled LP made its debut in February 2016, with plenty more music to follow. There will be an EP release in 2017, but the main focus is to play, play, play, and offer show-goers a chance to see into the souls they put into their art. Look forward to hearing a lot more from Treadwell in the near future.
Venue Information:
Cafe Nine.
250 State Street
New Haven, CT, 06510