Alternative Pop Showcase featuring: MVTCHI, Galaxzi, Messenger Down, and Amy Peters, – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – December 8th, 2018

Alternative Pop Showcase featuring: MVTCHI, Galaxzi, Messenger Down,  and Amy Peters,

Alternative Pop Showcase featuring: MVTCHI, Galaxzi, Messenger Down, and Amy Peters,

Sat, December 8, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

The Evening Muse

Charlotte, NC


MVTCHI infuses alternative pop beats and soulful vocals. Carried by her rock and roll past, she writes freely and fearlessly. The 24-year-old songwriter is everything strong, sultry, and sad. Central FL born and raised, currently Upstate SC based. Her debut self-produced album "COPE" releases this Fall 2018.
​​Emerging pop vocalist Galaxzi has created a new kind of pop which she has appropriately dubbed ​‘Sci-Pop’
​ . With a ​synthesis​ of catchy pop melodies, futuristic synth driven beats, sultry vocals,​ ​and an edgy guitar for an added dimension, we are pulled into the iridescent world of Galaxzi. ​Her work meshes themes of apprehension, anxiety, melancholy, love, and longing with  immersions of galactic distances, spacetime, and extraterrestrial life.  

“Ladies and gentlemen, I give you... the next Lady Gaga. I'm not kidding. Saw Galaxzi perform down in  Asheville while I was on tour with Alright Junior. She is a badass performer with an amazing voice. Great  talent here, people! Give her a listen!”, Jamie Victor of alt-rock band, ​Alright Junior​.  
Messenger Down
Messenger Down is the stage name and musical outlet of Charlotte, NC
based alternative pop artist Garrett Foster. Pairing raw instrumentation and soaring melodies with electronic soundscapes and pop sensibility, Foster creates a diverse and eclectic sound that seamlessly dances between synthpop, indie rock, alternative R&B, emo, hip-hop, and funk.

After spending most of his late teens playing alongside friends in local bands, the singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist debuted Messenger Down in 2012 with a handful of upbeat, pop-punk inspired
singles online. He then began performing locally alongside a rotating cast of musicians, and between 2013 and 2015 self-released two EP's, toured up and down the east coast, and even scored a spot on the Charlotte date of the Vans Warped Tour for three consecutive years. A shift in momentum and creative ideas lead him to begin the process of reinventing himself and started incorporating elements of hip-hop and electronic music into his 2016 EP Cheating Death.

Foster has spent the time since recording a stockpile of new music with Greensboro, NC based producer, engineer, and Sixlight mastermind Rob Endling, and in the second quarter of 2018 released the edgy, alternative R&B inspired Where You Been? and Ride as singles. With what one can only assume to be an album on the way for the year, it would be wise to keep your eyes on Messenger Down.
Amy Peters
Born and raised in Chesapeake, Virginia, 21-year-old singer/songwriter Amy Peters is better known as Nashville’s next “pop princess”. Inspired by artists such as Shania Twain, HAIM, and The 1975, Amy’s unique blend of pop melodies and honest lyrics have struck a chord with audiences all across the country. Amy recorded her first original song at age seven, and spent her early years in the studio learning how to produce her own tracks. While still in high school, she released a self-produced EP titled Based On A True Story, which caught the ear of audio engineer John McBride (Martina McBride, Garth Brooks). Amy moved to Nashville in 2014, signed with SESAC, and went on to study studio recording as the only female in her class at McBride’s intensive program, The Blackbird Academy. Since then, she has written for countless country and pop artists and released three self-produced projects of her own: Unscripted (2016), Cinematic: Scene One (2017) and Scene Two (2018).
Venue Information:
The Evening Muse
3227 N. Davidson St.
Charlotte, NC