Haymaker Records Presents


The Philistines, Mysterious Clouds

Sun, May 28, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 18 and over

"In the digital age, there is a new band on the radar every week, and it’s hard to find anything that stands out. But in a pool of up-and-coming bands that blend together, Spaceface has fused psychedelic rock ‘n roll with pop in a way that makes them – dare it be said – unique.

But it isn’t just bassist Matt Strong and drummer Victor Quinn Hill’s groovy rhythm section, Eric Martin’s washed out guitars, Jake Ingalls’ trippy vocals or Peter Armstrong’s spacey keyboards that will pull you in. When Spaceface loads in for a show, they don’t just bring their gear. The band carries an extravagant light show to every gig, and when they take the stage, the guitarists have lasers attached to the necks of their instruments. A sixth member, Daniel Quinlan, operates hundreds of multi-colored bulbs, lasers, LED rope lights and whatever else the band can get their hands on from side stage. A Spaceface show is as much a production as it is a performance. The band has stolen the light show typical of an arena rock act and made it their own in hopes that they can give showgoers the most for their money." -Josh Cannon, The Memphis Flyer
The Philistines
The Philistines
Interstellar psychedelic rock 'n roll from Kansas City. Check out our music and schedule at #steenz
The Philistines combine an array of musical styles, influences, and abilities, with members handpicked from various factions of the KC music scene by songwriter Cody Wyoming. The result: an undeniably high caliber of moody, provocative, psychedelic, bombastic sounds.

Led by the ferocious vocals and unbridled stage presence of Kimberely Queen, Wyoming and Rod Peal send out a barrage of spaced-out... See More
"The Philistines came together with a simple agenda: Hang out together while cultivating the best possible live show. Mission accomplished, on both counts. Chalk it up to professional respect riding a particular high, sure. But sometimes musicians just fall in love. And sometimes you can hear it."
--Natalie Gallagher, The Pitch / September 2, 2014

"The Philistines are like a capsule of a time in music history when you could hear the 13th Floor Elevators back-to-back with the Supremes, and I'm in goddamn love. This is the band I want to play all my parties."
--Nick Spacek, The Pitch / June 29, 2014

"One of the newer additions to Kansas City's musical family, The Philistines are making themselves heard on the strength of a playlist in which you can hear sounds inspired by the Velvet Underground, the Black Angels, and Calexico, among others."
--Michael Byars, The Deli Magazine—Kansas City / Nov. 23, 2013
Mysterious Clouds
Mysterious Clouds
Mysterious Clouds delved deep into album cuts of lost 60's psych acts for inspiration to mix with their love of post-punk, shoegaze, 60's Italian soundtracks, and 70's British action scores.

The brothers' Moore from Monta at Odds have spun off their heavier leanings into a new group called Mysterious Clouds.

The music is wild, introspective and at times an acid trip for the ears and a space exploration for the mind.

photo credit: Barry Anderson
Venue Information:
1520 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO, 64108