Aer is a pop, indie rock and reggae band belonging to Wayland. The band was formed by Carter Schultz and David Von Mering. Their music includes guitar riffs along with rapping. They started off by performing at different universities such as University of North Carolina, Lehigh University, University of Vermont, University of South Carolina, Roger Williams University and Bates College. In order to attend one of their upcoming live energetic rap concerts, you can book your Aer tickets today.
Aer the band initially found fame through the internet where their songs and videos went viral through the fans of rap and indie rock. When they released Water On The Moon, their first single, it was taken in very well by the fans and critiques. Though it is said that they brought a revolutionary change to the Boston music scene, these two young musicians have still a long way to go. Boston had never experienced rock songs or ones that give way to riots. In simple, the city never got to see a revolutionary turn of events when it comes to music scene. Recently bands and artists such as Aer, Tim Nihan, Sammy Addams and Moufy have brought a healthy new change. Aer is a big part of this movement.
Aer the band although belongs to Massachusetts, it is said that in their first LP that was released in 2011, people could have sworn that it was a music by someone from California. Their style of merging reggae with beach music is very Cali-like and unique in its own way. Their smooth rap style distinguishes them from the rest of the rappers belonging to the rap music scene of the area. With inclusion of soft acoustic beats and the flow of lyrics with David’s soothing voice, they create a whole new style of music. The flawless bouncing of the voices with the continuous rhythmic beats give the songs a very calm effect.
Aer the band has released two mixtapes. Their mixtape name "The Bright Side" is considered an example of perfectly natural mixture of soothing melodies and raw talent. The songs such as "Songbirds" and "Float My Boats" take the listeners on a beautiful island ride across a calm blue sea. The band has also included an element of progressive rock in The Bright Side which makes it an even more diverse piece of work by two very young and emerging artists.
Half of the album is considered as highly catastrophic, however somewhere in the mid of it there is a twist with songs such as "Kush In My Pockets" and "If You Want Trees." These songs managed to make it to iTunes charts, getting famous among the younger crowd. However, their fan base isn’t confined to younger generation alone; they have followers of all age groups. With their hazy singing style they have managed to gain a diverse dedicated fan base in a very short period of time. All of this is evident in their live concerts which have grown quite a lot in number lately.
Lately the rap scene has taken a great shift. With a number of young singers adopting the genre, the moods have shifted to Ice Cube and Public Enemy to a whole new level that includes a number of different styles. However, for the fans who want to enjoy majority of the rap styles in one album, they should definitely listen to Aer. The band will take you on a journey that will start from your regular rap and on a transitive road that will include bumps and turns along the way, introducing you with new landscapes and horizons of indie rock and rap. It gets even better when you get to listen to it live, you can do so by booking Aer tickets for their upcoming live concert now!
Aer Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Aer tickets is $221. The date and location for this event is 9-Dec-17 at Leona Wagner Black Box Theatre At Rose Wagner PAC, Salt Lake City. The minimum get-in price for Aer tickets is $164.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Aerial Arts of Utah||Salt Lake City||9-Dec-17||$221||$164|
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Q:How long will it take to get aer tickets?
A:You can get Aer Tickets on discounted rates till the date of the event. Follow the directions and get them right away.