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Electojam Night 9/30 w. The Fundimensionals, Newton Crosby, & more

 Thursday 9/20/12
Featuring two lead guitars, keyboards, bass, drums and percussion, The Fundimensionals create a unique sound full of traditional jam band styles as well as non-traditional components. This band has played on bills with Primus, Umphrey’s McGee, Perpetual Groove, Soulive & Lettuce, Pretty Lights, and more. 
In addition to The Fundimensionals, Jet Edison is playing as well. Reining from Colorado, the four piece group of Bass, keyboard, organ, trumpet, percussion, and vocals has been nominated as Colorado’s Best Rock Band in the “Jam/Improv” category by Denver’s Westword Magazine for two years in a row. They too have shared bills with popular acts such as Particle, Orgone, Cornmeal, and Marco Benevento. They have performed with Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon, Joey Porter of The Motet, and many more. 
Local band Newton Crosby combines influences from electronica, funk and jazz. Coming from Passaic, New Jersey, the quintet of vocals, guitar, keys, bass, and drums has been a part of  the Northeast jam band scene since 2009. Newton Crosby has shared the stage with Moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Consipirator, Jennifer Hartswick, Wyllys and  the New York Hustler Ensemble, and more. High energy jam music pumps up the crowd when these guys take the stage. The band works together to trade off leads and create climatic peaks while the keyboard sneaks in synth sounds. Newtown Crosby gets the party started.
Barbaric Yawp is high bass guitar high energy jazz funk and big band swing. Vocals and heavy guitar is prominent with these guys. Their influences come from Jimi Hendrix, James Brown, Muddy Waters, and Frank Zappa.
80’s dance party? More like psychedelic pop dance rock fusion! The Color Channel comes from Boston but could be a hipster group from Brooklyn by the sound. Four guys and one girl cover vocals, synth, bass, guitar, and drums. The Color Channel are dedicated to making their fans unable to resist joining the dance party. 
The Fundimensionals live at Sullivan Hall May 2011: