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Thursday April 4
8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
••• ALL AGES
$20 in advance / $25 at the door
Synth-pop, darkwave, electronica
Rosegarden Funeral Party
-from Los Angeles, CA
-Night Club is Emily Kavanaugh and Mark Brooks: a dark electronic duo formed in Los Angeles, CA. Touching upon themes such as mental illness, loneliness, and revenge, their self-released albums have helped them build a cult-like following since their formation.
In 2016 the band released their debut album, Requiem for Romance, showcasing the duo’s discovery of their signature sound, with their single “Dear Enemy” entering into heavy rotation in the underground club scene. Partnering with Titmouse Animation and Google VR, they premiered the 360 video for their single “Show It 2 Me” on YouTube to viral success.
Inspired by their own personal dealings with depression and anxiety, they returned to the studio to record their sophomore album Scary World which was later released in 2018.
Night Club released their third album Die Die Lullaby in 2020; written and produced entirely by Kavanaugh and Brooks, and co-mixed by Dave “Rave” Ogilvie (Skinny Puppy, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Carly Rae Jepsen). The album debuted on the US iTunes Electronic chart at #1.
Along with headlining their own multiple tours, the band has toured with the likes of A Perfect Circle, The Cult, Lords of Acid, Combichrist and most recently Puscifer.
Currently the band is putting the finishing touches on their fourth album set for release in 2024.
-from Dallas, TX
-Rising from the inferno of heartbreak with a determination towards gentility, humility, graciousness, and kindness, Rosegarden Funeral Party takes influence from life’s tragedies and spins chaos into beauty. Leah Lane fronts the band with a voice like that of the lovechild between Morrissey and Siouxsie Sioux and her guitar playing has been compared to that of Daniel Ash. with bass playing that takes obvious inspiration from Peter Hook. With synths trapped in the loving arms of the 1980’s, rhythmic percussion and drums inspired by dark dance floors, Rosegarden Funeral Party prove to be the second-coming of traditional goth.
-from Hollywood, CA
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