The Movement @ 191 Toole

Universatile & The Rialto Theatre Present

The Movement @ 191 Toole

Fayuca

Sep 13 Tue

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

191 Toole

$10.00 - $12.00

The Movement
The Movement
Hailing from Columbia, South Carolina, the reggae-rock group The Movement was formed in 2004 by a trio of Sublime and Pixies fans. Joshua Swain, Jordan Miller, and John Ruff, aka DJ Riggles, launched The Movement with their "alternative reggae" debut album, "On Your Feet." In 2008, the group met Chris DiBeneditto, a Philadelphia-based producer who had worked with like-minded acts such as Slightly Stoopid and G. Love & Special Sauce. Relocating to Philadelphia, they recorded 2008's "Set Sail" at DiBeneditto's Philadelphonic Studios. The album has sold over 10,000 copies to date. The Movement expanded with the addition of Gary Jackson on drums and Jason "Smiles" Schmidt on bass. In 2012, Miller left the group, and the trio, now fronted by Swain, released their fourth album "Side By Side," debuting at #2 on the Billboard Reggae Chart.
Fayuca
Fayuca
Fayuca is a three- peice PUNK ROCK/ REGGAE band from Phoenix, Arizona. The bands style is rooted in REGGAE/ DUB, with SUBLIME and RX BANDITS cited as heavy influences. There is an obvious SPANISH influence in the band's music as well. In 2004, FAYUCA released their debut album, WALK WEST, on local punk rock label LOCK AND KEY RECORDS. By their second release in 2005 (BLACK MARKET) FAYUCA began to build serious momentum through consistent touring; And the release of "THE ASSASSINATION" in 2009 was well worth the wait!
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