w/ Candy CigarettesLow HumLow Hum, the kaleidoscopic creation of artist Collin Desha, lives in a Lo-fi meets Hi-fi futurism: a mixture of heavy fuzzed-out riffs, oceanic tranquility, and pop sensibilities, juxtaposed alongside melodious synth and vocals with refreshing punch. Desha, the Hawaiian native, has carved out an impressive niche in the indie rock world with his ability to compose soundscapes with subtle psychedelic arrangements and honeyed, haunting vocals. Since the release of Room to Breathe, his 2019 debut full-length album, Low Hum has garnered praise from tastemakers like NPR, KCRW, Clash and Relix Magazines, with Flood Magazine describing the album as “floating in similar sonic atmospheres as Tame Impala and High Fidelity legends, Beta Band." The new full length album Nonfiction — out now on Last Gang Records— has been building at college radio in recent months.
Stand out tracks “Model Me” & “All I Know” showcase Low Hum’s groove forward, low end loving energy.
Founded in the doom and gloom of the Pacific Northwest by duo Allison Green and Topher Walberg, The Black Doors hypnotize audiences as a well-oiled machine fueled by unbridled passion. Heart dragging lyrics and siren song melodies pour the foundation for a heavy haunted house built to last. Like a succubus draining the life force from the bodies of Siouxsie and the Banshees, Love and Rockets, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Kills, The Black Doors leave no doubt in their deft resurrection of the dark side of rock ‘n roll.Well established in the North American music scene for over a decade, Green and Walberg have recorded, performed and toured with members and bands such as The Dandy Warhols, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Mercury Rev, The Warlocks, Ape Machine, Swoon 23 and Sunset Valley. Proficient writers and performers, The Black Doors continue to unlock passages between familiar and innovative sounds.Aura ZorbaAura Zorba released their label debut, ‘The Sweets Of Mars’ on Shore Dive Records in 2020. Drenched in retro psychedelic cohesion, Zorba quickly follows up with 2021’s ‘Glitter Days Are Gone’, taking a shift into glam and space rock with subtlety. They’ll be returning to the stage this summer (w/ Black Doors, The Stronks) to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Highly Evolved by the Vines to the date. Originally released July 14, 2002, Aura Zorba will be playing the whole album with a full band. The Stronks
HoneysuckleHoneysuckle is a progressive folk act that blends older influences and traditional instrumentation with modern effects and inspiration.Comprised of Holly McGarry and Chris Bloniarz, this Boston based band can frequently be found performing across the country. Honeysuckle has performed at Newport Folk Festival, Lollapalooza, Mountain Jam, Americanafest, Otis Mountain Get Down, and Audiotree. Awards include Americana Artist of the Year (2019) and Folk Artist of the Year (2018) at the Boston Music Awards, in addition to having been nominated every year since 2016. NPR named Honeysuckle one of the “Top 10 bands of 2016 So Far.” Honeysuckle just released their fourth full-length album "Great Divide." They also have four previous titles: “Fire Starter” (full length 2019), "Catacombs" (full length 2017), "Honeysuckle" (full length 2016) and "Arrows" (EP 2015).Eugenia RiotEugenia Riot is the new musical brainchild of Portland based singer-songwriter Leigh Jones (Crow and the Canyon, Five Letter Word). The name is taken from Jones’s eldest known female ancestor, Eugenia Riot, born in the year 1205 in Yorkshire, England. The original songs of Eugenia Riot are at once personal and relatable, idiosyncratic and infectious, with Jones’s contemplative lyrics always buoyed by her lilting, folky vocals.THIS EVENT IS 21+ AND GENERAL ADMISSION. NO MINORS.ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLEASE, DOUBLE CHECK YOUR ORDER BEFORE PURCHASING. NO REFUNDS.