Rams Head and IMP present
The Assembly Line
Saturday, December 22nd, 2012
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmRams Head Live
Kelly, Maddie and Taylor, collectively known as Say Chance met after discovering each other's talents online. The girls put together viral collaborations, sending each other tracks while becoming best friends in the process. After finally getting to work with each other in person over spring break one year, their bond was sealed and a band was formed. The girls made a point to see each other every few months, and everything fell into place with the girls' dreams of becoming a professional band becoming a reality.
The Assembly Line
The Assembly Line is an indie rock band based out of New York, New York. The band consists of Thornfin Nguyen on Vocals and Guitar, Lead Guitarist Chris Potter, Zach Falkow on bass and Josh Ridley on drums. From its humble beginnings as a solo singer/songwriter act to it's current evolution of full band, The Assembly Line has been turning heads since its inception. For an act that came together from an initial Craigslist post by Nguyen in 2009, they wasted very little time making a name for themselves on both a local and national scale, playing large home venues such as Gramercy Theatre, Highline Ballroom, and Webster Hall in NYC, as well as North Star Bar in Philadelphia and Webster Theatre in Hartford CT. Their 2009 debut release, Graves Like Oceans, has garnered overwhelmingly positive reviews from publications such as AbsolutePunk - to having the song 'twenty-thousand leagues' make Music Under Fire's Top 100 Songs of 2009 List. Showcasing heart-on-sleeve honesty blended with memorable sweeping melodies, The Assembly Line were named Alternative Press' Top Unsigned Band of the Month in September 2009. Soon after, the placements started rolling in, landing spots numerous VH1 and TV Land shows, as well as being the main music in the highly acclaimed 2009 indie flick, "The Lionshare." With recent placement in MTV's hit shows 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom 2 and additional television and film placement to follow, as well as big east coast shows opening for the likes of 100 Monkeys, Rookie of the Year, Allister, I Am The Avalanche, and Amber Pacific, The Assembly Line are poised to do big things.