Super Geek League was selected as one of the S7 select artists for new music website Songbird. As part of the promotion, SongBird conducted a brief but telling interview with our own Commander Tomorrow: SB7 Artist Super Geek League dishes out some SciFiDelic Soul Metal! Posted on November 9, 2012 by lian This week, we spent some time with one of our SB7 groups the wild Super Geek League to find out what was happening with this amazing “SciFidelic Cirque Du Punk experience.” For those who are new to this kind of full-throttle music artistry, SGL takes their unique hybrid sci-fi psychedelic funk-punk sound and incorporates cirque performers, projections, light shows and frenetic interactive theatrical antics including pillow fight mosh pits, industrial strength confetti canons and crowd-...
After a full day of travelling, settling, preparing and mind-melding, we took the stage @ 3am for the opening night of Indieweek @ the Hideout in Toronto. I think the author and ourselves would agree, we definitely are very sexy...
If you're in the mood for something wild and out there, something that will leave you wondering what the heck you just experienced, then Super Geek League is your band. The first time I saw them perform, the self-proclaimed soul metal band was wearing all white vinyl suits, tight, tight suits that somehow failed to hinder the band from delivering one of the most lively, energetic performances I had seen in a while. Known for their outlandish, often matching outfits and intense chemistry, this is a band you won't soon forget. Trust me, I saw them during one of the festivals, at like 3am, when I typically don't remember much at all, but I do remember them. Super Geek League is a band you need to see for yourself.
16) Super Geek League (Exhibition Hall, Monday): Bumbershoot audiences got a full-meal deal from Super Geek League Monday afternoon–dancing girls, butterfly women on stilts, a full horn section in white suits and glowing headgear, giant mutant eyeballs, and a throatily-soulful female lead singer atop the whole unlikely mix. Fortunately, the music (think Shirley Bassey covering Residents songs backed by Rage Against the Machine) was as strong as it was weird.
Day 3 provided the most action packed fun filled shows of Bumbershoot that I saw. The first show of the day turned out to be my favorite of the festival! 37 people made up the team that is Super Geek League to start the day at the Exhibition Hall. Maybe team isn't the right word. The vibe back stage watching everyone get ready was more like a feeling of family. A strange family indeed with a weird Grandpa and all. The show is the brainchild of Floyd McFeely who has a seriously creative mind. As a photographer I was of course blown away by the visual stimulation. It wasn't just about the wild characters that went in and out of the show almost nonstop though. The music was awesome! A punk/funk sound that had me jumping up and down the entire time I was snapping photos. I will let the images...