Thursday, 02 March 2023
6pm doors, 7pm show
$10 advance, $15 day of show
All ages welcome
Formed in 2019, the Olympia-based, Waves Crashing, infuses lush soundscapes into fresh melodic hooks putting a new spin on alternative music from the 80s & 90s, often invoking the same feelings as The Cure, The Smiths, and Smashing Pumpkins.Since forming, Waves Crashing have released a handful of singles and EP's, including the Sea of Wires EP, which debuted globally on the shoegaze radio station, DKFM.
Waves Crashing have been fortunate to play at the LoveOly Summer Fest in the middle of downtown Olympia, as well as being tapped to play atthe inaugural South Sound Block Party alongside groups like Bully, The Cave Singers, and The Districts during the summer of '22.The band's latest EP, High/Low, features mixing by engineers James Aparicio (Depeche Mode, Spiritualized, Mogwai) and Kurt Roy (Sea Salt, FernMurphy), containing standout tracks "In My Head" and "High/Low", some of the most well received songs in the bands' ever-expanding catalog.
New EP coming early 2023.[waves crashing]Guitar / Vocals: Joshua CalistiDrums: Bryce Albright
Age Healers is a Seattle based shoegaze/psych-rock project featuring vocalist,
songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Owen Murphy, guitarist Jeramy Koepping (Voyager
One, Grand Hallway), drummer Adam LeVasseur (Feed), bassist Allen
Murray (Modern Athletics), keyboardist Farkhad Saidmuratov (Kotlovan)
and vocalist Liz Green (An American Starlet). Including
2022's Demolition Stories, NAH has four full length releases, 2016's Ghosts which
NPR's Jim DeRogatis called "wonderfully dark, hypnotic shoegaze,"
2017's Where the Tragic Happens which The Strangers' Dave Segal
described as having "slyly catchy melodies and occasional anthemic
flourishes." In 2019 the band released Debris engineered by
Barrett Jones (Foo Fighters, Nirvana, etc.) which garnered airplay around the
globe and most significantly here in Seattle on KEXP where they have been
played over 170 times and have also been lucky enough to do a live in-studio session on the Midday Show
with Cheryl Waters.
A bunch of big babies breaking through the barriers of mental health. Enuft is comprised of Billy Foxe (front person, songwriter, synth), Andrew Nalty (guitar, BGV's, & producer/engineer), Joel Gronewold (lead guitar, BGV's, composer), Morgan Brown (bass, BGV's, composer), & Ryan Tomlinson (drums, composer).
Based out of MountainHouse Productions at Sound West in Tacoma Washington, Enuft draws inspiration from the intrinsic grunge vibe of the Pacific North West & melds it with the South West Coast feel harkening back to front person Billy Foxe's origins in San Diego California.
Formed in the spring of 2018 this formidable five set out to cast a beacon of solidarity across the chop of modern day demands to those who seek solace in sound & expression.
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