Doom Flamingo

Sat Feb 26 2022

11:55 PM (Doors 11:00 PM)

Salvage Station - Indoor Stage

468 Riverside Drvie Asheville, NC 28804

$25.00

Ages 18+

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TICKETS ON SALE 12/8/21 @11AM

ALL humans entering the property must show proof of full vaccination or a negative 3rd party Covid-19 PCR or Rapid Antigen Test within 72 hours.  *At home tests are NOT accepted. 

Doom Flamingo

  • Doom Flamingo

    Doom Flamingo

    Electronica Mainstream

    Doom Flamingo BIO 

     

    Ryan Stasik [Bass], Kanika Moore [Vocals], Ross Bogan [Keys], Thomas Kenney [Guitar], Stuart White [Drums], Mike Quinn [Saxophone]

    “We just want to make people dance. It’s a ritual.” -Ross Bogan

    Doom Flamingo is a six-headed synthwave beast with a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde element to the songwriting. Top Gun guitar riffs and Miami Beach poolside lounge-vibes, are all at once contrasted with darksynth sounds eerily reminiscent of old John Carpenter films. The cast of talented musicians in this project came together organically through friendships and past collaborations in their hometown of Charleston, South Carolina. The sextet features bassist Ryan Stasik of the prolific rock group Umphrey’s McGee alongside a cast of powerhouse musicians.

    It was during two days in the first week of May 2018 that Doom Flamingo began its rise. After a brief period of brainstorming, Doom Flamingo got right to work rehearsing. These first rehearsals took place in their hometown at The Charleston Pour House. A studio space in downtown Charleston named Rialto Row was the site for the first recordings of Doom Flamingo with producers Wolfgang Zimmerman and Doom’s guitarist Thomas Kenney. The group tracked five songs in two days at Rialto, and camera crews documented the story of what transpired.

    The instrumentation for the first Doom Flamingo songs had been worked on in advance of the studio, but there was one piece of the puzzle that caught everyone off-guard — a voice. The dynamic vocal range from vocalist Kanika Moore sets this project into hyperdrive. Kanika has something you can’t teach, and that’s not to say she hasn’t tirelessly honed her craft. She has. It’s hard to describe her sound as she’s really a chameleon of various sounds. While she can, and often does, do anything she wants with her voice, there’s an honesty that shines through in both her songwriting and her tone.

    While the band feverishly pushed through more of their ideas for songs in the studio space at Rialto, Kanika sat quietly in the compound’s front “dormitory” area listening to recently tracked audio on her headphones. With a pencil and paper, Kanika crafted full verses, refrains even a rapid-fire hip-hop verse with unique syncopation. Kanika was mostly silent until her time in the vox room. It was as if she’d been waiting to say something meaningful all the while, and the message came through loud and clear — Doom Flamingo rises.

    The first Doom Flamingo show was May 31, 2018.  Since then, the sextet has quickly made a name for themselves at several packed Umphrey’s McGee After Shows.  They’ve booked monthly one-off dates in major markets: New York City, Nashville, Denver, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Richmond, Charleston, and more.  Doom has already landed festival bookings at Electric Forest, Summer Camp Music Festival, Disc Jam Music Festival, and a headlining slot at French Broad River Festival.  Additionally, the group has already struck a deal for their first beer, a pink Berliner Weisse from Charleston’s Fatty’s Beer Works.

    Be on the lookout for new singles, select tour dates, and information on the First Edition, twenty-four page, Doom Flamingo comic book.  The comic is currently in production from collaborating Canadian artists Jordan Noir & Oddyssey Studio. Themes of the music will be reflected in the artwork.

    More Info - DoomFlamingo.com


     

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ALL humans entering the property must show proof of full vaccination or a negative 3rd party Covid-19 PCR or Rapid Antigen Test within 72 hours. *At home tests are NOT accepted.

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Doom Flamingo

Sat Feb 26 2022 11:55 PM

(Doors 11:00 PM)

Salvage Station - Indoor Stage Asheville NC
Doom Flamingo

$25.00 Ages 18+

TICKETS ON SALE 12/8/21 @11AM

ALL humans entering the property must show proof of full vaccination or a negative 3rd party Covid-19 PCR or Rapid Antigen Test within 72 hours.  *At home tests are NOT accepted. 
Doom Flamingo

Doom Flamingo

Electronica Mainstream

Doom Flamingo BIO 

 

Ryan Stasik [Bass], Kanika Moore [Vocals], Ross Bogan [Keys], Thomas Kenney [Guitar], Stuart White [Drums], Mike Quinn [Saxophone]

“We just want to make people dance. It’s a ritual.” -Ross Bogan

Doom Flamingo is a six-headed synthwave beast with a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde element to the songwriting. Top Gun guitar riffs and Miami Beach poolside lounge-vibes, are all at once contrasted with darksynth sounds eerily reminiscent of old John Carpenter films. The cast of talented musicians in this project came together organically through friendships and past collaborations in their hometown of Charleston, South Carolina. The sextet features bassist Ryan Stasik of the prolific rock group Umphrey’s McGee alongside a cast of powerhouse musicians.

It was during two days in the first week of May 2018 that Doom Flamingo began its rise. After a brief period of brainstorming, Doom Flamingo got right to work rehearsing. These first rehearsals took place in their hometown at The Charleston Pour House. A studio space in downtown Charleston named Rialto Row was the site for the first recordings of Doom Flamingo with producers Wolfgang Zimmerman and Doom’s guitarist Thomas Kenney. The group tracked five songs in two days at Rialto, and camera crews documented the story of what transpired.

The instrumentation for the first Doom Flamingo songs had been worked on in advance of the studio, but there was one piece of the puzzle that caught everyone off-guard — a voice. The dynamic vocal range from vocalist Kanika Moore sets this project into hyperdrive. Kanika has something you can’t teach, and that’s not to say she hasn’t tirelessly honed her craft. She has. It’s hard to describe her sound as she’s really a chameleon of various sounds. While she can, and often does, do anything she wants with her voice, there’s an honesty that shines through in both her songwriting and her tone.

While the band feverishly pushed through more of their ideas for songs in the studio space at Rialto, Kanika sat quietly in the compound’s front “dormitory” area listening to recently tracked audio on her headphones. With a pencil and paper, Kanika crafted full verses, refrains even a rapid-fire hip-hop verse with unique syncopation. Kanika was mostly silent until her time in the vox room. It was as if she’d been waiting to say something meaningful all the while, and the message came through loud and clear — Doom Flamingo rises.

The first Doom Flamingo show was May 31, 2018.  Since then, the sextet has quickly made a name for themselves at several packed Umphrey’s McGee After Shows.  They’ve booked monthly one-off dates in major markets: New York City, Nashville, Denver, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Richmond, Charleston, and more.  Doom has already landed festival bookings at Electric Forest, Summer Camp Music Festival, Disc Jam Music Festival, and a headlining slot at French Broad River Festival.  Additionally, the group has already struck a deal for their first beer, a pink Berliner Weisse from Charleston’s Fatty’s Beer Works.

Be on the lookout for new singles, select tour dates, and information on the First Edition, twenty-four page, Doom Flamingo comic book.  The comic is currently in production from collaborating Canadian artists Jordan Noir & Oddyssey Studio. Themes of the music will be reflected in the artwork.

More Info - DoomFlamingo.com


 

Please correct the information below.

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Complete the security check.

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Ages 18+
limit 10 per person
General Admission
$25.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. No refunds. All shows happen rain or shine.

ALL humans entering the property must show proof of full vaccination or a negative 3rd party Covid-19 PCR or Rapid Antigen Test within 72 hours. *At home tests are NOT accepted.

*If a show is rescheduled by the artist or the venue, tickets are valid for the rescheduled date. Refunds are only available for rescheduled shows within 7 days of the new date announcement.