Rival Entertainment Presents: Mungion with FUX
Thursday, February 15 at #VinylATL
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
• All Ages Welcome
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via Ticketalternative.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 4pm on day of show
Since their inception in Spring of 2015, Mungion (pronounced mung-yin) is quickly becoming known for their undeniably explosive and charismatic live shows. The Chicago-based four-piece is rooted in their ambitious compositions and improvisational ability. Drawing inspiration from a wide array of musical styles, they create a raucous, yet jubilant sound all of their own.
Known for their whimsical songs and goofy stage antics, Mungion’s joyous presence is a natural extension of its members, making for live performances that are infectiously lighthearted and deeply sincere. However, underlying the band’s quirky nature is a tremendous amount of virtuosity across all of its members. Combined, this talent and playfulness emboldens the group to be fearless in the studio and on stage. Mungion is guaranteed to have you smiling ear to ear and leaving wanting more.
F.U.X, but you can call us FUX, was started by a lonely heartbroken Mark by the name of Sultan after years of freelance playing around the east coast. Sultan first started his journey as an aspiring musician when he was 6 years old in 1998, but it wasn’t until May 2012 that he understood his full purpose when he started studying Umphrey’s McGee and TAUK religiously. Blending their love for Phish, um, TAUK, Mahavishnu Orchestra, and many classic rock bands, Sultan set out to find his brothers (Reade Alexander, Zach Sloan, and Luke Klaer), and thus in an erotic crossfire hurricane FUX was born November 2017. Sultan decided it was time to take his knowledge and mend it with his soul to work towards getting the masses dancing, laid, and spreading love. After receiving guitar knowledge from idols Jacob Alan Cinninger, Brendan Bayliss (Umphrey’s McGee) and Gabriel Marin (Consider the Source), he was ready to finally show the world what was brewing in his mind and make music that makes sense.
“FUX really knows how to FUX”. – No Name Magazine
“FUX ain’t nothing to FUX with!” – Not a Real Band, Band
“I can FUX with it” – Lord Brandon Baylor (Humphrey’s McGoo)