Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Lost Marauders with Theo Spitler take to the issue in Girdwood this weekend

Bars and other potential venues seemed not wanting to book anything aside from cover bands, Which are reliably well-Received right then and there.

Theo Spitler was barely of age Number 1 Best-selling Author Mike Litman Is Giving Away His ‘unleash Your Greatness Live’ System At 95% Off! Tested Pages. High Converting Upsells! High Epc’s! 95% Discount! Unleash Your Greatness! when he formed the band advertising agencies in chicago Freedom 49 and got down to find venues in which to showcase his brand of blues, Are amazing, Punk and hiphop.

Music in Anchorage bars was basically unheard of during that time, Reports Spitler. Was almost no alternative scene, And local artists weren accepted as if they are today.

Undeterred, Spitler and his bandmates rented a assembly line at Ship Creek, Which performed as a studio and an after-Lots of club. Soon they began to draw in a loyal fan base.

Saw his band and it was the first time I realized the power that a local band could have in small basement house party over me and everybody else in the room, Recalled Kurt Bunde of creation company AK Soul. Heart and soul, It was the first seed planted of what would grow to become AK Soul some seven years later.

Spitler now fronts the are usually-Based Lost Marauders and has kept in close touch with AK Soul and the Alaska music scene in the years. While noted for different, Doldrums-Inspired hooks and soulful live actions, The band influences read like a graduation mixtape: Fugazi, Metallica, Faith never again, Soundgarden, Perhaps with a bit of early Offpsring mixed in.

Spitler, Gather, Has a knack for improv and freestyling, Which guarantees that no two routines are the same.

It the live ensures that Spitler enjoys most. He enthusiastic about music for the love of making music and is thankful to be an independent artist.

A redemption in it. No drive to 'make it, He explained, Having gotten burned out in the early years of looking for his big break in Los Angeles. At that point, He saidm he not even relaxed charging for his music. But got to throughout the cooking. lights on, He admitted.

To that particular end, Lost Marauders just executed mixing its latest independent release, An EP titled that is for sale at the Alaska shows.

Spitler appreciation for the homecoming was palpable. Nothing like playing for relatives and buddies, He explained. Makes point sweeter. None of us might well have predicted where we would end up. We ready to blow the top off.

Among Spitler classmates is 36 Crazyfists frontman Brock Lindow, Who credited Spitler with being a brother that he and other musicians looked up to in their formative years. Lindow and 36 Crazyfists went on for you to commercial success, And Lindow said that wouldn have happened if not for Spitler helping set the stage for a thriving local music scene.

Lindow and other cornerstones of Anchorage music Ryan Brownell of Delmag, Aaron Wills and Michael Steward of Kallahan and Dave Vajdos of Freedom 49 possibly be opening for Lost Marauders, Accomplishing as Elegy