Doors open at 7pm, show at 8pm.
Frontman Zach Tyler sums it up pretty well in his intro: “We are The Dead Flowers and we play rock ‘n’ roll!” Formed in 2015, this versatile and skilled group out of South Jersey earned their chops and a following in New Brunswick, NJ, where they attended Rutgers. The current lineup includes founding members Zach (vocals, guitar), and John (drums), along with Ryan Aubrey on guitar, Kevin McCall on bass.
Proper Shapes delivers a classically influenced blend of art rock and theatrical progressive pop. All South Jersey transplants to Philadelphia, Proper Shapes has built an enthusiastic community by valuing collaboration and artistic connection across disciplines and genres.
Proper Shapes (under original name Nipper the Band) was born when Paul LoPresti and Jeffrey Glenn met through mutual friends in the South Jersey music scene. Their collaboration yielded their first single “Charlatans” which the duo promoted with their first public performance at South Jersey festival Beardfest 2017 open mic. In summer 2017 they added drummer Chris Sannino, another South Jersey native, and began playing shows in the Philadelphia area.
Formed at Drexel in June 2021, DarkFly tastefully fuses elements of hair metal and glam rock. Comprised of Ted Halligan (vocals), Nicky Adams (guitars), Cole Seidel (guitars), Aron Feller (keyboards), Will Rainow (bass), and Steve Valentino (drums) the group has only grown closer over the past three years. In late 2021, the band released their first two singles, “Livin’ Wild” and “Believe.” They spent 2022 writing and producing eight more songs to complete a ten-song album, “Never Gonna Stop,” which was released in April 2023. Still residing in Philadelphia, DarkFly is ready to share their energetic and catchy arrangements with audiences across the city and beyond.”
The Fallser Club is a 6,300 square foot community space and the location of East Falls Forward. East Falls Forward (EFF) is a registered community organization (RCO) with a pro-urban mission: a dedication to making East Falls a walkable, sustainable neighborhood with attractive places to eat, shop, and do business.
If you purchased a ticket, we have you on our guest list, please just tell us your name when you come in for the show.
Parking in East Falls is no problem! There is ample free on street parking near the East Falls train station driveway at 3610 Midvale Ave and a paid municipal lot three blocks away at 4100 Ridge Ave. Midvale Ave and Ridge Ave are both well lit!