Talkers: Bad Ones Vinyl Release Show 1/6 At Club Cafe

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Talkers - Bad Ones Vinyl Release Show
w/ Pet Clinic, Queen of Jeans, Honey
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Tix: $7 adv, $10 dos
or in person at Club Cafe during any event
Ages: 21+

Talkers is gritty garage pop out of Pittsburgh, PA. Their debut album "Bad Ones" mixes the distortion and aggression of '90s era alt rock with melodic and structural elements reminiscent of the singer-songwriter genre. The band recorded instruments live in a warehouse in Southwestern Pennsylvania. They are releasing the vinyl version at a release party at Club Cafe on January 6, 2017.

Talkers formed around singer-songwriter Caleb Pogyor, whose albums "I'm Talking to You" and "Terra" featured some of the current members. The band is a sonic departure from the solo project in that it channels Pogyor's eerily textured pop structures through a faster, more distorted framework. Paying homage to the '90s rock its members grew up listening to, Talkers complicates that genre with influences ranging from lo-fi indie to jazz and hardcore.

During a year in which Pogyor lived in Denver, he wrote and demoed many of the songs on “Bad Ones.” After sharing these demos with the lineup that now comprises Talkers, he developed them further before eventually returning to Pittsburgh. The album came together over several months in a dusty Lawrenceville basement with a low ceiling and poorly wired circuits (thanks in part to extraordinarily kind and forgiving neighbors).

As a solo artist, Pogyor has shared the stage with the Low Anthem, Diego Garcia, Dawes, Sarah Jaffe and many other incredible musicians. The band includes Ross Heastings, Shawn Klocek, and Jason Mitsch, who previously performed together in an instrumental jazz-fusion trio. Talkers members have been performing in Pittsburgh-area bands for more than a decade, and they value friendship, collaboration and community. They also value bad jokes, dub step and video games that allow you to shoot zombies. Listen to “Bad Ones,” and expect more material soon.
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