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fish narc & Horse Head w/ Zubin + Glixen

  March 19, 2024 8:00 PM

Doors Open: 7:00 PM
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADVANCE -- OVER 21: $25.00
ADVANCE -- UNDER 21: $25.00

TICKET SALE DATES
ADVANCE -- OVER 21 / ADVANCE -- UNDER 21 Public Onsale: December 1, 2023 8:00 AM to March 19, 2024 12:00 AM
Lost Lake Presents fish narc and Horse Head with Zubin and Glixen on Tuesday, March 19 -- 

fish narc began in 2013 as a clean break from singing and performing in bands, which Ben Friars-Funkhouser had done since he was 16. Ben joined Thraxxhouse and Gothboiclique after teaching himself Ableton Live, and began to integrate guitar playing and rock songwriting into his beatmaking and production. He produced songs for Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, JuiceWRLD, and Lil Peep, including his final project: Goth Angel Sinner. Since 2019, Ben’s returned to writing and performing his own songs, releasing the albums WiLDFiRE in 2020 and Camouflage in 2022. 2023 will see fish narc drop two full lengths and an EP, and touring North America and Europe with a full live band.

With his musical project Horse Head, Chris Thorne has pioneered the fusing of emo, pop-punk, and indie elements with hip-hop. Initially gaining distinction as a producer, Horse Head has become well known for his distinctive vocal delivery and poignant lyrics which resonate with listeners as he sings about experiences with loneliness, depression, and heartbreak.

Growing up in Orange County, California, Horse Head was the frontman of various bands, most notably forming the indie trio Tan Dollar in 2010. In 2013, he began to deviate from performing in groups, producing various hip-hop beat tapes instead. Horse Head soon joined the underground musical collective Thraxxhouse, connecting with artists Cold Hart, Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, and Lil Tracy. The frequent collaborators quickly formed their own niche collective: GothBoiClique. As a member of the renowned group, Horse Head released a triad of projects in 2016, including True Blue, Celebrity Crush, and Lock & Key. Horse Head also produced numerous tracks for the late Lil Peep’s breakthrough mixtapes Crybaby and Hellboy, and also featured as a vocalist on their notable single “Girls” and “Stop the Car.”

In 2017, Horse Head issued his independently released, fish narc produced, album This Mess Is My Mess. Horse Head has just announced his 2019 debut studio album We Had Our Fun, which features live instrumentation by YAWNS as Horse Head returns to his alternative indie roots. — Jack Angell



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