If pig masks, epileptic light shows, robot voices, panda suits, costume changes, hyphens in band names, long hair and beards kinda freak you out, you may want to steer clear of Nashville's captivating experimental rock trio H-Beam. Unafraid to...
If pig masks, epileptic light shows, robot voices, panda suits, costume changes, hyphens in band names, long hair and beards kinda freak you out, you may want to steer clear of Nashville's captivating experimental rock trio H-Beam. Unafraid to occasionally confuse or even disturb their audience, the band's live performances have become somewhat of a mix between music and theater
Waves of chaos leisurely stroll their their sets executed with the utmost taste and control. Now boasting an array of samplers, multiple looping rigs, synthesizers and even MIDI foot pedals, their ability to multi-task musically has produced an extremely developed wall of sound. Slews of props and masks add to the sheer sense of sensory overload which help make every show unique from another, a trait which they hold at utmost importance
Over the last 18 months, H-Beam has played nearly 150 shows traveling from Nashville to the Midwest, Northeast, and all through the South. These experimental rockers have showcased two years in a row at Next BIG Nashville conference as well as RedGorilla Music Fest during SXSW in Austin, TX. H-Beam has also performed at several festivals including the Terrapin Hill Festival, Rites of Spring, Waterfest, Vexfest, and more while sharing the stage with Benevento-Russo Duo, Keller Williams, Feist, Lil' Jon, Tea Leaf Green, Nappy Roots, Grace Potter, Tea Leaf Green just to name a few. Along with their live performances H-Beam's music is also receiving airplay on stations such as Nashville's 102.9 The Buzz, WRVU 91.1, Knoxville's WUTK, Philly's Endless Boundaries Radio, Youngstown, Ohio's Rukus Radio, and is being broadcasted in the UK, Japan, and the Netherlands.
"If onstage theatrics and an epic throwback to the psychedelia and experimentation of the 1960s are your style, be sure to check out H-Beam. The psychedelic and classic rock sound that H-Beam brings to the table will have you dancing and playing air guitar till you drop to your knees. " -Versus Entertainment