Dylan Rockoff / Tipling Rock / Bay Faction

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Wednesday / September 14, 2016 / 8:00 p.m.
Red Room at Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
United States
Dylan Rockoff
Tipling Rock
Bay Faction
Dylan Rockoff
Tipling Rock
Bay Faction

Dylan Rockoff, a new artist from Boston, recently found success with his debut single, "Feeling Fine." After teaming up with hit producer and Berklee alum Christian Medice, his track peaked at #51 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart following its release in September 2015. The song later aired on The Today Show, and was picked up by Train vocalist Pat Monohan, for placement on his Sirius XM show, Train Tracks. Rockoff's follow-up EP, These Old Streets, peaked at #8 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart, and has since generated some 100,000 streams of his second single, “Coming Home.” To carry his momentum, Rockoff has commissioned Universal Music Group to run promotions, having recently been added to some of Spotify's top playlists. Rockoff will be embarking on an East Coast tour in August.

Tipling Rock is an indie rock band from Boston, formed during the summer of 2014 by college students Ben Andre, Matthew Lewin, Dillon Salkovitz, and Tommy Schubert. They released their debut EP, Punch Lines & Good Times, the following year. Their latest single, "Low Tide Love,” peaked at #1 on Spotify's Global and US Viral charts after being featured on its "Fresh Finds" playlist and receiving critical acclaim from several notable online music publications. Drawing influences from artists like the Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, and Young the Giant, the band focuses on creating nuanced music with danceable rhythms and strong melodies.

Boston-based indie rock band Bay Faction can be defined as a mix of the Fray and Matchbox 20. With their only two influences being Scarecrow Boat and Mouserat, their debut, self-titled album is guaranteed to keep your ears happy and a tear in your eye.

$10 in advance / $12 general admission (standing room only)