Six Nightmares
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Six Nightmares

Miami, Florida, United States | SELF

Miami, Florida, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Acoustic


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"'The Plug'"

Keeping the acoustics tight and the soundscapes analog our listeners will hear “Something” from Miami’s Six Nightmares, which reminds this reviewer of something like Jerry Cantrell meets PJ Harvey in an Amsterdam coffee shop for afternoon tea. - Women's Radio Review

"MP3: Six Nightmares – “Nightmares”"

While perusing the web, I came across a song that caught my ear with it’s rather chilling atmosphere. Miami’s Six Nightmares‘ track, “Nightmares,” is off their debut album and is pretty hard to categorize. Their MySpace site describes them as Experimental / Folk / Gothic, so I guess I’ll have to take their word for it since I haven’t heard the entire album yet.But you can bet your next meal that I’m going to make sure it’s on my list.

Made up of Michelle Garcia (vocals) and Jorge Velasquez (instruments), Six Nightmares seems to have been around since 2008… at least that’s when their MySpace page was created… but their story dates back to 2006. It seems that the two were the only ones willing to travel on Christmas day for business, and that led to their discovery of their interests in things including music, and THAT led to putting the album together. So for all you folks out there that don’t want to work on Christmas day, think again!

They have a show coming up:

October 9th @ 7:00pm in The Bookstore in the Grove (3399 Virginia St, Coconut Grove, FLA)

I’d like to see them perform live… check out how this vibe comes across in person

"Six Nightmares"

Miami lately has been blossoming musically, and it's about darn time. Today, Off The Radar introduces you to local band, Six Nightmares, a duo that's slowly creeping into the Miami music scene. With Michelle Garcia's hauntingly warm voice, she harmonizes around her band mate Jorge Velasquez's "madman" like tunes to create a distinct sound, intriguing. Definitely going to stop by this weekend and see them play live, very curious to see how this duo charms the crowd. Rumor has it they like to practice at the Elks Lodge at open-mike night. Which, in my opinion, is something they should always do, wherever their current fame takes them. Check out their album here, it sure is a nympholepsy of a time.


Six Nightmares - Six Nightmares (2010)

New released songs in January 2011
Silly Boy



Six Nightmares started on Christmas day 2006. A business trip derailed into a succession of absinthe parties and inane voyages to non-descript locations for the sake of sensory immersion. What could be expected from two people whose mottos are “anything for a good story,” and “why not?”. Were you to be inclined to research and investigation, you could satisfy every need for sordid details of a past misspent. But alas, the past has brought us to a rather ordinary present. Indeed, the surface only tells of two co-workers with a penchant for wine and beer and evidence of beauty in unlikely, if not downright ugly, places. Another testament to the need for expression to express itself.

Michelle Garcia (vocals) Jorge Velasquez (Instruments) began recording their adventures through songs in 2008. They released their first album in September of 2010. During that time Andi Rome joined the band to help with the live shows. At the end of 2010 Michelle Garcia left Six Nightmares in search for a different adventure. Andi and Jorge are now working on the follow up to the debut album.Their live shows consist of recreated acoustic versions of their songs.

Andi - Vocals / Keyboard
Jorge - Guitar / Vocals