This weekend, MOKB is presenting a concert at the Old National Centre downtown with musical guests from all over. Headlining the night will be Turnover, the beach head band from Virginia Beach. Special musical guests include Camp Cope of Melbourne, Australia and Summer Salt from Austin, Texas.
Turnover is an alternative, indie, rock, and pop group that released their self-titled debut EP in 2011. They released several additional EPs throughout the following years, before their first full length album “Peripheral Vision” came out in 2015. In 2017, Turnover released their sophomore album “Good Nature”. You can listen to all of Turnover’s music on Bandcamp.
Camp Cope is a three piece alternative and indie rock band from Melbourne, Australia. After releasing several singles, they put out their self-titled EP in 2015. Then, after several more singles, and one live Audiotree recording, Camp Cope released their debut full length album, “How to Socialize and Make Friends” just last month. Songs from the recent album are infused with a punk-rock energy used to lyrically tackle social frustrations. you can listen to “How to Socialize and Make Friends” on Bandcamp.
Camp Cope consists of members Georgia “Maq” McDonald (vocals, guitar), Kelly-Dawn “Kel” Hellmrich (lead bass), and Sarah “Thomo” Thompson (drums). You can learn more about Camp Cope by visiting their Facebook page.
Summer Salt is a band that plays strictly “tropical oldies” and “coral reef rock”. So think nostalgic surfer tunes laced with reverb and a laid back attitude. Their first EP, “Driving to Hawaii” came out in 2014. Summer Salt’s most recent EP “So Polite” came out in 2017. They also released the single “One Last Time” this past February, which you can listen to on Bandcamp.
The members of Summer Salt are Matt Terry (vocals, guitar), Eugene Chung (drums), and Phil Baier (bass). You can find out more about Summer Salt by going to Facebook.
The show with Turnover, Camp Cope, and Summer Salt starts at 8:00 pm this Friday, April 20th at the Old National Centre. Tickets to the show are eighteen dollars.