Taking their appreciation of music and culture from two-dimensional rock posters to a fully-dimensional experience, Greater Cincinnati-based print shop and brand-building agency Powerhouse Factories released their first Powerhouse Factories Live session of the year on Thursday. The session features Louisiana band, Royal Teeth performing a stripped down version of their unreleased song “Rich.”
Royal Teeth’s session, accompanied by an additional video of the band selecting and talking about their favorite gig posters from Powerhouse’s collection, marks the first of 2014. The series of video performances will highlight an array of national artists in stripped down, short sets recorded live inside their creative studio located in Newport, Kentucky or on the road at various venues. This year’s series of intimate video performances features upcoming sessions highlighting We Were Promised Jetpacks, Flashlights, and a special SXSW edition of Powerhouse Live with Soft Swells, among many others.
Royal Teeth’s Powerhouse Live session debuts as the band prepares to appear and perform on “American Idol” Thursday, March 20th at 9 pm EST.
About Powerhouse Factories
Powerhouse is a brand-building agency and rock poster shop based in Greater Cincinnati. Founded in 2004, the group of multidisciplinary artists with a passion for pop culture, music, design and printmaking have been crafting one-of-a-kind rock posters for music venues all over the country and world-renowned musical acts like Bruce Springsteen, The Black Keys, The Shins and many more. Today, the organization harnesses what they know from living and working at the intersection of pop culture and counterculture to help brands authentically connect with their consumers. For more information, visit Powerhouse’s website at www.powerhousefactories.com or follow us on Twitter at @phfagency and@phfdesign.