Consider The Source
Consider the Source releases spy-themed thriller video for "I Am Inevitable" & gears up for Maxx Power Tour
Consider the Source releases new video for "There Was Time Now" & starts their first ever hybrid tour this week of intimate, seated performances in support of their recently released Acoustic/Electric Hybrid Album out on Ropeadope Records. The have also added Tim Palmieri (of Lotus) & Jonny G (of lespecial) to select dates in April as support.
Consider the Source releases new video for "Rock, Flag & Eagle" & announces tour of intimate, seated performances in support of their recently released Acoustic/Electric Hybrid Album out on Ropeadope Records. For the first time ever, the band will be taking out their collection of acoustic instruments from around the world in addition to their signature axes to perform the album in full plus more. Many of these instruments will be new sights and sounds for western crowds.
Instead of choosing one city to debut our album with an in-person concert, we decided to perform via live stream so that Sourcerors all over the world can tune in and watch together as we perform our album in full, 2 nights before it's official release. We'll be bringing a collection of acoustic and electric instruments used on the album to the beautiful church converted venue, 5 Points Music Sanctuary in Roanoke, VA to sharing the music with you with the quality of audio and video we feel it deserves.
Consider The Source is wrapping up 2020 with a few limited seating, socially distant shows culminating with 2 nights at The Stone Church in New Hampshire. All 4 shows are at venues that have been following safety protocols with success and the band currently feel are adequate spaces to perform. They ask all fans to adhere to any ground rules laid out by the venue and respect the band, audience, and staff's space.
Consider the Source announced a livestream concert to happen Friday, November 13th at 9pm marking the 10 year anniversary of the release of "That's What's Up". This is the last studio album the band recorded with original drummer Justin Ahiyon before recruiting now long-time member Jeff Mann and will be performing much of the material for the first time since. The full-album performance will be available on CTS's Facebook and Youtube pages and the band is asking for a $10 suggested ticket donation.
Sci-fi jam scene shredders, Consider the Source, released the 3rd Volume in their “Fuck It! We’ll Do It Live” series.
Whereas the previous volumes were captured in front of live audiences, this version is unique to the times as it was taken from an all-improv live stream performance during the height of Covid-19 quarantine.
“No songs, no rehearsed parts, no preconceived riffs, no overdubs, just 3 friends celebrating being able to make music in the same room together.“
In just a few weeks Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Prog-Rockers Consider the Source will reunite for their 3rd stream since quarantine, this time to bring back their famed "Radiohead Set". You may have caught their Radiohead rearrangements a few years ago when they introduced the concept at select festivals and venues but now the masses will have the opportunity to experience this performance from the comfort of their own homes.