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Thursday January 19 2023
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
•••  21 AND OVER
 dream pop
 jangle pop
Loco Tranquilo
 pop psychedelic-rock
Corey Duffel
DJ set

-from Seattle, WA
-Amidst an atmosphere of melancholia, Peter Michel has thrown himself into a lifetime’s worth of writing, recording and touring belied by his young age. At just 17, the Seattle-based musician toured extensively with dream pop outfit Craft Spells, and most recently met critical acclaim with his personal project, Hibou. In ‘Halve', Hibou's third full length album, Michel creates a characteristically ethereal record addressing the dichotomies between childhood and adulthood, self and society, authenticity and superficiality. The outcome is a work filled with swooning, hazy reflections on loss, love, nostalgia, and joy from a 10,000 foot view. Michel's vocals comfortably twist from echoing whispers to punkish accusations; his guitar from dizzying surf hooks to lush 80s-inspired chords. Control—and the lack of it—reverberates throughout the album, and the consequence is a set of ten deeply vulnerable songs that will find you romanticizing your own childhood, your own teenage years, your own morning.

Violins, Cellos, and Trumpets resound from Peter Michel’s 10m² Paris apartment as Éclo’s debut album receives its final touches. Having spent much of the 2010s creating music & touring under the moniker Hibou, Éclo takes us down a much greener road. Wrapped in an atmosphere of silk and sand, Michel’s songwriting now finds inspiration in advocacy, lullabies, & an exploration of life in watercolor.

-from San Bernardino, CA
-At the young age of 15, Manuel Joseph Walker, better known as Foliage, began to craft melodies and arrangements that would spark his unexpected career and conceive his signature take on the Jangle Pop sound of his 80's influences. For the last seven years, Manuel Joseph Walker was one of indie music’s best kept secrets. A teenage production prodigy obsessed with jangle pop and hip-hop, his early releases catapulted him from a local DIY mainstay to favorite among bloggers and fans worldwide. Fast forward to now - five albums, several tours, and millions of streams later - and Foliage is carrying the torch for modern day jangle pop and indie rock. Having headlined venues such as The Echo in Los Angeles, CA, opened for acts such as Black Marble, Eyedress, Harmless, Dent May and Seahaven, and racking up over 1 Million Spotify streams in 2019 alone, Walker returned bigger and more confident than ever, making his self-titled debut for Dowd Records in 2020, and incorporating new influences ranging from Drum-N-Bass & IDM to Shoegaze & Bossa Nova, in addition to writing his most personal lyrics to date. Shortly after, Walker stepped away from creating music to pursue a musical career from a professional standpoint: through getting an education. Now in 2022, Walker returns with his first single, "Can't Go Anywhere". Walker’s forward march - in sonic maturity and personal growth - should place him on any music fan’s radar of exciting young talent that needs to be paid attention to.

Loco Tranquilo
-from San Francisco, CA
-Combining his love of music and adventure, Julián Gervasi writes, produces and performs under the moniker Loco
Tranquilo to bring a genre-bending blend of ethereal vocals and freak folk instrumentation.
Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Julián is a self taught musician who gathered his style through bohemian travels
around South America, Europe and California.

Corey Duffel
-from Walnut Creek, CA