Saturday, 20 July 2024




4pm doors & 5pm show

$15 advance or $20 day of show

All ages welcome

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Catapulted by their debut LP in 2022, MARBLE continues to turn heads with a sound that is entirely theirs. Since its release, MARBLE have frequented countless major cities on several tours, delivering a raw and captivating stage performance from Vancouver, BC to Tucson, AZ. Their dynamic and unforgettable shows leave fans screaming, "I can't get it out of my head".

The songs on MARBLE's upcoming EP represent the artistry of the band as a collective. Produced & mixed by Andy D. Park (Deftones, Death Cab for Cutie, Deep Sea Diver) & mastered by Greg Calbi & Steve Fallone (The Strokes, Briston Maroney, Metric, St. Vincent), this EP is the first to be recorded by the full band, live and in-studio. The lyrics cut deeper, the instrumentation burns brighter, and the melodies are earworms that you'll remember until you play them again. These songs will carry you from bubblegum inspired dreamo like their contemporaries Pool Kids & Sweet Pill, to stadium rock hooks like that of Mitski & Paramore.

MARBLE are a bi-city band based in Seattle and Portland. Join us on our summer tour in July / August '24 to celebrate the release of the new EP.


About Valleyheart


Suffering often necessitates an emotional reckoning, and through that process often emerges a cathartic and powerful, unique expression in song. Valleyheart has spent their days since 2016 searching for that song. Formed on the North Shore of Massachusetts, the band quickly made their mark with a compelling mix of indie, alternative rock, ambient, hardcore, and emo. The current lineup includes Kevin Klein on vocals and guitar, Chris Babbitt on bass, and Zachary Nix on drums. With Klein's narrative and compelling lyrics against this diverse musical background, the result is a sound that resonates powerfully, providing a raw and introspective exploration of life's many inevitable valleys.

Since their debut, Valleyheart has been recognized for their ability to weave these very feelings into concise themes within every release. Their EP "Nowadays" in 2017 marked their introduction, followed by their acclaimed album "Everyone I've Ever Loved" in 2018, which questioned and confronted long-held religious identities. Their latest album, "Heal My Head," continues this trend, dealing with personal and communal trauma and aims to create a language that helps listeners navigate the complexities of identity and existence.

Valleyheart's unique sound and heartfelt performances have garnered them significant attention, including accolades such as the "Rock Artist of the Year" at the 2019 Boston Music Awards, various tours, and a recent performance on Audiotree.


About SMAC


A four piece garage band from Tacoma, showcasing their wall of sound with careful melodies and a sharp energy. SMAC has been lighting up stages up and down the PNW since 2019.

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