Friday, July 5 ~~ 8PMFacebook
9PM // $10 (advance), $12 // 21+
Illuminating that search for answers with a fevered sense of exploration, STEF CHURA's latest album Midnight is a bold leap forward from Messes, Stef’s contagious debut album, with every aspect of her new work finding bold ways to express itself as it rips through twelve restless and relentless new tracks. Equal parts thrilling and angsty, Midnight is a testament to the collaborative process, a record that makes the very most of those who came together to make it, but more than that, it’s a firm statement of tenacity and perseverance, of not resting on your laurels but leaping forwards no matter the situation you find yourself in. From out of one day and into the next.
FRENCH VANILLA - the feminist, art-punk quartet of Greg Shilton (drums), Ali Day (guitar/bass), Sally Spitz (vocals), and Daniel Trautfield (bass/sax), announce their sophomore album, How Am I Not Myself?, out June 7th via Danger Collective Records. FRENCH VANILLA showcases its expansive capacity to generate infectiously danceable tunes while tackling the complexities of identity, imagination and voice from a marginalized perspective.
Jangly psychedelic soul man SEAN GREEN debuts his joyful love ballads reminiscent of hazy rock & roll from the 60s. GREEN is no stranger to the stage, having played in popular garage punk band FLESH PANTHERS. His solo work takes a more laid-back approach to soulful rock with elements of shimmering synths and chorus soaked guitar licks. This is some happy time cheese.