mind's hideaway

mind's hideaway

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mind's hideaway has been described as a band that "trenscends stylistic conventions" with a melodic jammy rock sound the likes of Sublime, 311 and Incubus. With hard angry Rage-like songs to chillin' jams that put you on the beach, mind's hideaway is about having a good time.

Biography

Three parts Chicago suburbs and one part Alaska combine to make mind's hideaway. This is where good time jam band music meets unapologetic, in your face alternative rock. mind's hideaway rides the connection between the original, important rock of the '60s and the next generation of rebels from the '90s onwards. They are interested in similarities between bands like The Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and The Allman Brothers and their modern day contemporaries such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Phish. mind's hideaway also believes very strongly in making human rights the central platform for all public policy. They organized "The Jamout to Help Ray Graham Out" in June of '07 in Elmhurst, IL and helped raise over $2000 for the Ray Graham Association, a non-profit that supports adults with special needs. mind's hideaway has opened for such national acts as Local H and The Wailers and played countless venues including Cubby Bear Wrigleyville and Kinetic Playground. At the 2008 Taste of Chicago, the band turned a 45 minute set into an hour and a half rockathon when the following band was running late. Their new full length album, "Supercollider" was released in November to great fanfare.

some influences and who they might sound a bit like:

Sublime, Chili Peppers, Tool, Phish, Nirvana, 311, Green Day, Weezer, Incubus, Rage Against The Machine, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles...

Discography

"burn one for a friend" demo 2002
"void" demo 2003
"cool like that" demo 2004
"don't ask why" ep 2005
"free money" ep 2007
"Live at Lunar" ep 2008

"Supercollider" 2009
Record Release Party
November 28th

Set List

mind's hideaway set lists are often arranged to reflect the environment of the show, which ranges from jammy bandy rock to reggae-stylee to punky hard riffs and exhilerating chord structures. At the show there is something for everybody as battling heavy guitars and ominous drums give way to uptempo piano that pulls people's feet to the dance floor.

mind's hideaway is also available to play cover shows. They continue to learn new covers that everyone enjoys. Bands like:

Sublime, Weezer, 311, The Flaming Lips, Rage Against the Machine, Filter, Bloodhound Gang, The Presidents of the US of A, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Creedence Clearwater Revival...