Thursday, 19 October 2023

Johnny Bloom & Babe.wav's Album Release Party!

Doors at 6 PM & Show at 7 PM

$15 Adv or $20 DOS

All ages welcome

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About Modern Daze


Modern Daze

Modern Daze is an indie rock outfit from Tacoma, WA grown from the vision of Zac White. Initially started as an indie pop project, Modern Daze's sound has morphed into an eclectic style of indie rock that incorporates elements of dream pop, shoegaze, emo, and grunge.


About Johnny Bloom

Johnny Bloom

Energetic, funky and down to earth, Jonny Bloom combines elements of electronic dance music with symphonatic guitars, tight basslines and rich vocal melodies. Taking a therapeutic approach to the songwriting, Jonny shares stories of chasing happiness, embracing struggles and finding a place of belonging in an increasingly isolating society. Their debut album, Open Letter--which releases on October 19th--is a groove-filled reminder for listeners to enjoy our time being alive, to make mistakes and to look at our own experiences through the lens of compassion and grace.

Jonny Bloom is celebrating the release of their album at Spanish Ballroom in Tacoma on Thursday, October 19th and will playOpen Letter in its entirety alongside a few hits from other influential artists. For fans of: Gorillaz, Daft Punk, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queen and Glass Animals.


About Babe.wav


Welcome to babe.wav - here to satisfy your dreamy, femme, psych-rock desires. Unbound to any specific genre, elements of folk, fuzz, and dropping acid-washed rock are strung together, replete with haunting vocal harmonies. The Tacoma-based band features lead vocalist/guitarist: Peyton Whalen, badass bassist Bri Ashlee Little and groovy drummer: Jonny Bloom. Influences include acts such as Crumb, The Cure, Kikagaku Moyo and The Cranberries. Come get wild with us!

About Asterhouse


Like a familiar and favorite long-sleeved shirt, the Seattle power rock group, Asterhouse, drapes its listeners in solid northwest style. The band's guitar, bass and drums both harken to the glory days of Emerald City punk music and point to a new potential for ethereal rhythmic power.

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