Mobley

Eye in the Sky Collective Presents

Mobley

Lost Element, The Wheel Workers

Apr 13 Wed

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

The Greenroom at Warehouse Live

$8 ADV, $10 DOS

This event is all ages

Mobley - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Mobley
Cutting vocals in the woods behind his college dorm. Mixing in the backseat of a sedan. Sneaking into the music department after hours to teach himself to play new instruments (and sneaking out before the faculty arrived in the morning). From the start, Mobley's work has been marked by solitude, ingenuity, and a drive that could only be called obsessive. Whether you experience his music on record or at one of his live shows (on stage, he's electric), the passion is palpable. Mobley grew up all over the world, from the Spanish Mediterranean to the California coast. Perhaps it's because of this itinerant childhood that he finds it so hard to sit still.
Over the last few years, he's composed dozens of pieces for stage and television, played 150+ national tour dates (with the likes of JUNGLE, Mutemath, & Wavves and at festivals like Savannah Stopover and Float Fest), and recorded (then scrapped) two whole albums in pursuit of the songs that would become his forthcoming full-length debut, Fresh Lies. The album, on which Mobley plays every instrument, defies easy classification, drawing liberally (often simultaneously) from indie rock, R&B, and pop sensibilities. He's equally at home on a playlist next to The Weeknd and TV on the Radio alike, while his electronic, dub-dabbling production style calls to mind the intricate work of artists like James Blake and Thom Yorke.
Lost Element - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Lost Element
Hailing from Houston, TX, Lost Element has quickly established itself as one of the most promising new Alt/Pop artists on the scene. Their new single "Twenty Five," which layers crunchy guitars with a good time summer vibe sing-along chorus, was released in April, 2015. Behind Lost Element's sound are the three core writing members Omar Lopez (Lead Vocals), Brian Barrett (Drums and Backup Vocals), andTrace Sisson (Guitar and backup Vocals), along with youthful dynamic duo of Kenny Conlon (Bass) and Frank Vazquez (Guitar and backup Vocals).

Lost Element has built a strong and devoted fan base in Houston, playing large music festivals including 94.5 The Buzz's Weenie Roast, supporting Awolnation and Hoobastank as well as opening for many national acts at clubs and theatres in the area. Critical acclaim includes their winning the "New band of the Year" award at the 2011 Texas Buzz Music Awards.

"Twenty Five" is the first single from their new album, "Stereo Dream", which is set to release this fall. It's produced by up and comer Bryce Bordone. The new album shows a marked evolution in their sound, presenting a dynamic mix of new wave pop, alternative drive, and indie hooks.

"Perfectly blending elements of pop and alternative rock, Lost Element have quickly left their mark on the scene with their compelling sound... From the infectious rhythms to the ultra-relatable lyrics, "Twenty Five" will likely find it's way into your regular playlist." - Chuck Armstrong, Diffuser.FM

"Lost Element delivers a super catchy summer tune that should be on your playlist with "Twenty Five." - Baebel Music
The Wheel Workers - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
The Wheel Workers
Steven Higginbotham - Vocals, Guitar, Ukelele
Jason Williams - Bass Guitar
Craig Wilkins – Guitar, Keyboard
Allison Wilkins McPhail – Keyboard, Vocals, Theremin

Since late 2010, The Wheel Workers' crisp sound and intelligent lyrics have earned them growing recognition in Houston's active indie rock scene. Signing to ZenHill Records in late 2011 just before the national release of their debut album Unite, The Wheel Workers enjoyed substantial success, earning airplay on more than 200 radio stations across the US and charting on over 20 CMJ reporting stations.

The Wheel Workers have played regularly around Texas, performing at SXSW in Austin, enjoying the honor of playing on the same stage as The Flaming Lips at Free Press Summerfest in Houston, and opening for national touring acts such as Miniature Tigers, Elf Power and The Coathangers.

The band is currently promoting its second full-length album, Past to Present, recorded at SugarHill Studios with producer Dan Workman and released by ZenHill Records. Looking towards a busy 2013, The Wheel Workers will be touring throughout the summer to support the release of Past to Present.
- See more at: http://www.thewheelworkers.com/band_bio/#sthash.1M9CMYxu.dpuf
Venue Information:
The Greenroom at Warehouse Live
813 Saint Emanuel Street
Houston, TX, 77003