Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
Sunday August 18
8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
••• 21 AND OVER
$13 in advance / $15 at the door
-from Seattle, WA
-The idea of "home" plays a prominent theme in the short history of Peter Michel and his Seattle-based band Hibou. "I actually recorded half of the new album at my parents' home," says the 21-year-old about Hibou's debut full-length release. "There are moments on the record where you hear my dad cooking or hammering," he adds. The self-titled debut LP features 11 songs (including four new versions of songs previously released as the Dunes EP) and is a lush, driving mix of '80s inspired pop, fueled by twisting reverbed-out guitar melodies, elegant arrangements, and a love of soda, summertime nostalgia, and trips to Peter's inspirational point in Seattle: the fittingly-named Discovery Park. "I've written a ton of the melodies for the band there," he says. "It's my favorite place in the world."
-from Los Angeles, CA
-Sisters Marika and Miro Justad and Toby Kuhn have been making guitar inflected indie pop music together since childhood. They have been dubbed "girl group grunge-gorgeous indie" (The Guardian), "dreamy pop" (Billboard), and "windows down pop" (Rookie Magazine). In 2017 Tangerine recorded the singles “Fever Dream” and “Sly Moon” produced by Michael Shuman (Queens of the Stone Age, Mini Mansions) and Zach Dawes (Mini Mansions) and toured the U.S. with Bleachers (Jack Antonoff). TANGERINE recently moved from Seattle to Los Angeles, where they found inspiration for the "White Dove" EP- an 80s guitar-laced pop record about yearning, nostalgia, female friendship & the messiness of finding yourself in your 20s.