Audiodacity / Moxxie at HI-FI Annex
AUDIODACITY / MOXXIE W/ PILOTS @ HI-FI ANNEX INDIANAPOLIS
DOORS: 5:00 PM, SHOW: 6:00 PM
6 PM: PILOTS
7:15 PM: MOXXIE
FULL BAR FOR 21+ GUESTS, LIMITED PICNIC TABLE SEATING IS AVAILABLE. LAWN CHAIRS PERMITTED IN DESIGNATED AREAS.
GENERAL ADMISSION, LIMITED SEATING, CAPACITY LIMITED TO 250.
AGE RESTRICTIONS: ALL AGES | CHILDREN 5 & UNDER FREE W/ ADULT.
Audiodacity is a Funk/Rock/Hip Hop septet from Indianapolis, IN. Their favorite saying, and band mantra is “Anything is Possible”, and by constantly striving to find new ways to bend genres and reach outside their comfort zone, they find joy in creating fun and exciting music. They have opened for national acts such as GROUPLOVE, Here Come the Mummies, The Motet, Dumpstaphunk, and Ludacris, and have made two consecutive appearances at Summer Camp Music Festival and The Mile of Music.
Moxxie is a fierce, heavy-hitting, fuzz rock power duo. As 2019 “’Gold’ winner of the Indy Star’s Best Local Band or Musical Artist,” Moxxie is a force in the Indianapolis music scene. Since 2016, they’ve played all around town from the Indy Pride Festival to the WFYI Small Studio Session to regular performances at the famous Vogue Theatre and HiFi Indy.
All this hype around Moxxie has gained national attention. They’ve shared a bill with the likes of Lizzo, Florence and the Machine, K. Flay, AWOL Nation, 311, Blue October, and David Cook, just to name a few.
Moxxie is made up of two badass musicians: Jessie Phelps and Rocky Rodriguez. Jessie is the quintessential front woman. She is the essence of Moxxie and its creative force. Her lyrics are simple, yet compelling and memorable. Her crunchy guitar makes you want to break shit. Rocky is the backbone of the band. She provides rock-solid time, killer grooves, and tasty fills. Together they form the band that has caused so much hype in Indianapolis.
Pilots are a 2-piece American rock band from IND. The keys get so vintage and noise, but the best thing about the drums is when they’re trying too hard & failed. Used to be Doug, which might’ve confused our biggest fans? IND > HVN. Pleasure Seekers.