“Live at the Belly Up” - Dead Feather Moon, The Tilt, The Styletones and DJ ManCat Biography
Want to catch your favorite bands at the Belly Up for only $5, and be on TV doing your best dance move while doing so?! Belly Up has partnered with KPBS and San Diego State University School of Theatre, Television, and Film to bring you the TV series - Live at the Belly Up! This night will feature rock bands Dead Feather Moon and The Tilt and funk / soul favorites The Styletones. Come be part of the crowd - show us your dance moves and your best TV face!
Dead Feather Moon Biography
Dead Feather Moon is a San Diego-based outfit whose distinguished sound combines Rock with Alt-Country and Psychedelic Blues. Their heartfelt performances and rapidly-growing fan base have established them as one of San Diego’s most sought-after musical acts. The band entered White Horse Studios during February of 2011, where they recorded their debut full-length album over the course of eight days. These ten tracks constitute their record, "Dark Sun." Crafted with a sense of purpose and urgency, the album quickly generated enough buzz to garner the attention of San Diego’s 91X and FM94/9 radio stations - where the band receives consistent airplay. When the band is not touring, you can find them rehearsing four nights a week. They continue to write new material and fine-tune their live performances. Their steady stream of concerts in the greater San Diego area include headlining shows at renowned venues.
The Tilt Biography
The Tilt band is creating new music and original songs with a fresh new sound of organic Rock and Blues. They are a youthful but experienced band fronted by singer Jesse Malley and guitarist Jeff Irwin. The Tilt delivers Live as well as in the studio and continues to maintain a do-it-yourself approach to writing, recording, and releasing original songs. Their debut album is set for summer 2012.
The Styletones Biography
Transcendent of time and space, The Styletones are what could of been, what should be today, and what you need to see. This hard soul sensation will provide the soundtrack for the best night of your life without regard to curfew, sex laws, or justice for your guilty pleasures. Goes well with: Sly and the Family Stone, The Meters, and your favorite rare soul/funk compilations. Features ex-members of (or touring musicians with): Pocket, Jason Mraz, Karl Denson, Big Daddy Kane, The Price of Dope, and Bad Credit.