Deaf Poets w/ WildTones, and Bubble Boys

Deaf Poets w/ WildTones, and Bubble Boys

The WildTones, Bubble Boys

Mon · September 18, 2017

8:00 pm

64 North

This event is 18 and over

FREE POPCORN!!! 

$3 Side Shots

$3 Select Craft Beers

$5 PB&J (PBR + Shot of Whiskey)

Rotating Craft Beer Menu and Specials (Changes Week to Week)

 


As always, we'll have WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW ON TOO!

Deaf Poets
Deaf Poets
Deaf Poets are an American garage/alternative rock duo formed in Miami Beach, FL. The band consists of Sean Wouters (Lead Vocals/Guitar) and Nico Espinosa (Vocals/Percussion). Their music is the embodiment of hard-hitting drums with distortion-soaked guitars. Wouter’s childhood influences, such as Jimmy Page and Kurt Cobain, led the duo to combine elements of 70s rock, with the aggressiveness of 80's punk, and an added aspect of 90s grunge to define their sound. The duo met in elementary school; and during their high school years, they went through a long process of musical experimentation, which ultimately led to the founding of Deaf Poets.

The duo cemented their place in the South Florida indie scene by performing at numerous music venues across the city such as, Churchill's, Bardot, Gramps and Grand Central- ultimately earning the title, “Best Band of Miami” in 2014 as well as being apart of the, “20 Most Influential People of Miami” award in 2015, by The Miami New Times. Their single, “Degenerate Mind”, from their debut album “4150” was selected to be a part of the Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5 video game soundtrack and was also featured in Classic Rock Magazine's compilation CD in 2014. Deaf Poets have become regulars at iiiPoints music festival, performing for four years in a row, alongside acts like, Mac Demarco and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. In 2015, Deaf Poets supported the indie dance duo, Matt and Kim, throughout their Florida tour dates. They have also shared the stage with Andy Rourke, The Ettes, Pujol, Jennie Vee (Courtney Love), Ted Leo and The Pharmacists, and The Peach Kings.

Wouters' childhood influences, such as Jimmy Page and Kurt Cobain, led the duo to combine elements of 70s rock, with the aggressiveness of 80's punk, and an added aspect of 90s grunge to define their sound. The duo met in elementary school; and during their high school years, they went through a long process of musical experimentation, which ultimately led to the founding of Deaf Poets.

The duo cemented their place in the South Florida indie scene by performing at numerous music venues across the city such as, Churchill's, Bardot, Gramps and Grand Central ultimately earning the title, “Best Band of Miami” in 2014 as well as being apart of the, “20 Most Influential People of Miami” award in 2015, by The Miami New Times.

Their single, “Degenerate Mind”, from their debut album “4150” was selected to be a part of the Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5 video game soundtrack and was also featured in Classic Rock Magazine's compilation CD in 2014.

Deaf Poets have become regulars at iiiPoints music festival, performing for four years in a row, alongside acts like Mac Demarco, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Diiv and Thievery Corporation. In 2015, Deaf Poets supported the indie dance duo, Matt and Kim, throughout their Florida tour dates. They have also shared the stage with Best Coast,The Naked and Famous, Andy Rourke, The Ettes, Pujol, Jennie Vee (Courtney Love), Ted Leo and The Pharmacists, and The Peach Kings.
The WildTones
The WildTones
Wild Florida Rock'n'Roll from the era when radiation could fix anything.
Bubble Boys
Bubble Boys
Bubble Boys

Serving All You Bubbletarians with Fresh Bulbous Beats Since 1862
Venue Information:
64 North
64 N. Orange Ave
Orlando, FL, 32801