Credit: Ellison White

Local instrumental rock quartet, Schema, will play a two-night set at The Pour House with vocal legend Kanika Moore of Doom Flamingo to open for Perpetual Groove on June 24 and 25. 

The four-piece band is composed of guitarist/keyboardist Adam Coyne, guitarist Ryan Bresnihan, bassist Thomas Kenney and drummer JP Treadaway. Schema has collaborated with Moore in the past. “We’ve been fortunate enough to play with the best vocalist in town a couple times,” Coyne said. 

These shows will be a change from Schema’s usual setlist — instead of synth grooves and original jam trance tracks, they’ll be playing covers that allow Moore to showcase her spectacular vocal stylings.

“We’ll play select covers with her that we don’t play by ourselves or with anybody else,” Coyne said. Concert-goers can expect a rock ‘n’ roll sound. 

Both acts are Pour House veterans: Schema performed on the socially distanced deck throughout the shutdown, and Moore is well-known for her long standing Motown Throwdown residency.

One-night passes are $12 in advance or $15 the day of the show and two-night passes are $20. All ticket options are available here. Doors are at 5 p.m. for the  6 p.m. shows.

Listeners who want more of Schema can check out the latest album Dream Rock.

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