Unity One: Feat: One Dollar Check, Coloso, The Resinators

Hi-Fi Music Lounge Presents

Unity One: Feat: One Dollar Check, Coloso, The Resinators

Collection of Lone Souljahs, The RESINATORS

Fri · March 23, 2018

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

Hi-Fi Lounge

$10 at the Door

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

One Dollar Check
One Dollar Check
One Dollar Check is a fun committed group of musicians with the goal of performing world wide for as long as our health and listeners will allow us. All of our music is original songs composed by the collaboration of the various talents of each member. We love our music, and try to represent it as best we can in the way we treat others and present ourselves. We are very fortunate to have the greatest fans a band could ask for, and love all of these people who are so supportive of our music, and help us to live our dream of playing the music we love.
Collection of Lone Souljahs
Collection of Lone Souljahs
Collection of Lone Souljahs is just that: a group of talented musicians who met while playing their own individual solo acts in Vancouver, WA. Every Coloso show is filled with good times, chill vibes, dancing and happy faces all around. Coloso brings the island sunshine to brighten any room, and they never fail to deliver a smile to your face.

Fronted by ukulele player and lead singer/songwriter, Kevin Coloso, the band formed from a mutual love of reggae music. The open mics in downtown Vancouver would always attract some of the most diverse and talented acts in the area, and brought together those who bonded over a love and passion for harmonies and a good beat. This is how Kevin and hand percussion player, Domenick "Panda" Presto, both Hawaiian natives, came to meet many of the singers, drummers, hand percussion players, guitarists, pianists, and horn players that frequently join the Coloso crew on stage. Musicians would often join each other on stage to fill out the sound, and after playing together enough times, some of the guys felt comfortable enough booking some gigs. Coloso bass player, Joshua Schardt, often still hosts these open mics and has used them to network and connect with other acts.

Within a few months, they recorded a minimalistic yet beautifully recorded EP, engineered by award winning Hawaiian song writer, Wailau Ryder. Eventually, the line up became solidified with the addition of Wil Veale on guitar and vocal harmonies and Riley Curtis on drums, and the frequent addition of Kevin Lebaron on saxophone, Chris Capka on keyboards and Matthew Phelan on hand percussion.

In 2016, they released their first full length album, "This is the Life", produced and engineered by B&W Records in Portland, OR. They've since played with such acts as Sol Seed, Fayuca, Bachaco, One Drop, Piracy Conspiracy, Sammy J., Ekolu, Ho' Onua, House of Shem, and Grammy award winners, Morgan Heritage, among many others. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram and keep up with their new music, upcoming shows, events and other Coloso news.
The RESINATORS
The RESINATORS
Based out of Eugene, Oregon– The Resinators offer a unique take on California reggae/rock with their debut album entitled, "The Beauty of Living". To be released January 8th, 2016 with an album release party at Eugene's newest and most talked about venue, Hifi Music Hall. Its six tracks showcase the band's notably Pacific-Northwestern style. The band utilizes driving bass-lines, surfy guitar stylings, and a true blurring-of-the-lines between rock and reggae rhythms and grooves. The brothers will be hitting the local scene hard in preparation for their early 2016 album release. Beyond that they are booking gigs ranging from Eugene to Seattle and already writing new music in preperation of a follow-up single release, right in time for the Summer 2016 Festival season.

The Resinators are composed of two sets of brothers who maintained very close friendships while growing up in their hometown of Hillsboro, OR. As young adults, Kyle Cameron (lead vocals, lead guitar), Austin Farrell (drums), and Chase Farrell (rhythm guitar), played, practiced, and performed throughout the Northwest area. Kevin Cameron (bass), the youngest of the brothers, became the newest addition to the band in 2014, and quickly played a large role in the song writing process. Their brotherly relationship allows them to exceed in superior sound, and offers a much needed comfort-ability on stage. Their influences span the genres. From Passafire to Foo Fighters, Stick Figure to Incubus, as well as Rx Bandits and Slightly Stoopid. The Resinators are able to produce a high energy, positive, and most of all, unique sound that can be enjoyed by all.

Their absolute hope is to share their music to any lending ear, and to see it resonate throughout the world!
Venue Information:
Hi-Fi Lounge
44 E. 7th Ave
Eugene, OR, 97401
http://hifimusichall.com/