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Saturday February 25 2017
 7:30PM doors -- music at 8:30PM ••• ALL AGES
$13 in advance / $15 at the door

Adia Victoria
billions.com/bios/adiavictoriabio.pdf
 rock, afropunk, country, blues
Madi Sipes & the Painted Blue
www.facebook.com/madisipesmusic/
  sultry indie soul pop
AhSa-Ti Nu
www.ahsatinu.com/
  Neo-soul
Pumpkin
pumpkinsf.bandcamp.com/
  lo-fi punk

Adia Victoria
Adia Victoria, Tiffany Minton, Mason Hickman, Jason Harris, Alex Caress
-from Nashville, TN

-Adia Victoria is establishing a fresh reference point on the musical landscape. From blood-born howls to idiosyncratic phrasing, she is the big red dot saying You Are Here. The Nashville-based artist travels the lands of rock, afro punk, and country, squarely situated in the continent of the Blues.
Ask about her artistic goals, and the songwriter/vocalist will say, “I want to shine a light on the unseen, and speak the unspeakable.” Adia Victoria is a truth teller. She admits, “I don’t necessarily paint myself in a flattering light. This isn’t the pop version of pretty or the strategically posed pretty-ugly. Sometimes I’m just ugly. There’s a brat in some of these songs, selfish, na´ve, vengeful, but there’s also a tender eye that just wants the listener to feel seen and understood.”
Rolling Stone Magazine featured Adia Victoria as one of “10 New Artists You Need to Know.” The Village Voice called her an “eerie, intriguing songwriter,” with “bone chilling guitar riffs and lyrics topped with candid scorn. Vogue highlighted the recording artist as one of “5 Beauties Who Answer to Afropunk’s Rebellious Call.”Adia Victoria is establishing a fresh reference point on the musical landscape. From blood-born howls to idiosyncratic phrasing, she is the big red dot saying You Are Here. The Nashville-based artist travels the lands of rock, afro punk, and country, squarely situated in the continent of the Blues.
Ask about her artistic goals, and the songwriter/vocalist will say, “I want to shine a light on the unseen, and speak the unspeakable.” Adia Victoria is a truth teller. She admits, “I don’t necessarily paint myself in a flattering light. This isn’t the pop version of pretty or the strategically posed pretty-ugly. Sometimes I’m just ugly. There’s a brat in some of these songs, selfish, na´ve, vengeful, but there’s also a tender eye that just wants the listener to feel seen and understood.”
Rolling Stone Magazine featured Adia Victoria as one of “10 New Artists You Need to Know.” The Village Voice called her an “eerie, intriguing songwriter,” with “bone chilling guitar riffs and lyrics topped with candid scorn. Vogue highlighted the recording artist as one of “5 Beauties Who Answer to Afropunk’s Rebellious Call.”



Madi Sipes & the Painted Blue
Madi Sipes // Vocals, Guitar
Nick Cunningham // Bass, Keyboard
Caleb Koehn // Drums, Percussion
-from the Bay Area, CA

-Madi Sipes & The Painted Blue was formed in San Francisco during the spring of 2015 by singer/songwriter and guitarist Madi Sipes, who was soon joined by bassist/keyboardist Nick Cunningham and drummer Caleb Koehn. Once the trio was complete, they traveled to Los Angeles to write and record the last few songs of their debut album, “After Hours”, which had been in process by Sipes and producer Andrew Heringer since 2013.
Madi & The Painted Blue have been touring regionally throughout Northern California and continue to play in the SF/Bay Area as the final sketches of the album are completed. In the meantime, take a listen to a secret release of a song called “Hush”, available via private stream card at shows, where you will be directed to an exclusive playlist available only to those that have a card.



AhSa-Ti Nu

AhSa-Ti Nu
-from East Bay, CA

-“The female Marvin Gaye.” - KKUP"
East Bay Vocalist, poet, actress, African drummer and musician, AhSa-Ti Nu recently celebrated the release of her debut, full length album “REBORN”, a much anticipated effort that soulfully combines old school rhythm and blues, classical jazz, reggae roots with a little funk on top. Her dynamic live performances are engaging, uplifting and a testament to AhSa-Ti Nu’s burgeoning talent.

AhSa-Ti Nu’s influences of gospel, jazz, rhythm & blues and rock continue to shape her goal as an artist: to create music that everyone can connect to emotionally and spiritually. As is the case with “REBORN”, AhSa-Ti Nu slides effortlessly between soulful riffs, heartfelt lyrics and fun grooves that are undeniable. Created to ignite, fuel and empower the spirit, “REBORN” keeps the listener deliciously in tune throughout.

Having performed at notable Bay Area venues and festivals, AhSa-Ti Nu is no stranger to the stage. In recent times, she has supported the likes of Sean Hayes, Meklit Hadero, Quinn DeVeaux and Blue Beat Review. Stepping gracefully into the spotlight, AhSa-Ti Nu is a terrifically talented solo artist whose music is starting to reach different corners of the globe, and rightfully so.

 



Pumpkin

-from San Francisco, CA
-Pumpkin was born out of love and friendship in San Francisco's Richmond district. Somewhere in between riding bikes down Polk street and and making each other dinner a band was formed. There's not enough pups in the scene, too many tough guys and bullies. Trying to make a space for all the brown girls in the world.














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