The Six Sevens, Josh Spoon, Blanco Niño, Backseat Vinyl

The Six Sevens

The Six Sevens are an indie rock band originally from Santa Barbara, CA and now located in San Francisco. Recognized for their memorable lyrics and high energy shows, The Six Sevens blend elements of emo, indie, and pop punk. They will be touring their new album, Watch Ur Head, throughout the west coast from March 25 to March 31.

Josh Spoon, an artist and producer from Los Angeles, CA combines his early roots in hip hop and elements of electronic music to create releases like Beats to the Future, Man on Mars and Birthday Boy. Spoon’s live sets are a journey of beats and rhythm that gets people dancing and heads bobbing.
Josh has created music that has been featured on Barry Rothbart’s “Streets of Fire" and Transworld Snowboarding’s “The Nation”. Both releases contained high energy songs that stem from two different musical worlds. His influences come from a broad range of music and artists.
Josh likes to mix his influences in his music to make hard beats with soulful groove and melodies. The diverse dynamics are what makes Josh Spoon stand out among other electronic artists. An audience member once said, “It’s like Dr. Dre meets The Flaming Lips”.

Blanco Niño

Two brothers (Nate and Nick Bennett) formed Blanco Niño in early 2018. The two have been playing together since childhood and when they sing in harmony their history of playing and songwriting becomes truly apparent. Growing up they were influenced by late 60’s and early 70’s rock/pop mixed with contemporary, garage and psychedelic sounds. The multi-instrumentalist duo started this new project to explore their unique sound and expand the voice they had developed. The brothers dropped their first EP “Bundle of Joy” in early 2018 which includes four driving, yet melodic tracks. Picking up Ben Tinsley (Hindu Pirates) to take care of all things percussive, the three dropped their new self-titled EP “Blanco Niño” on all platforms. With the addition of Kris Miller (Mellow Grass), the final four continue to tour, write, and record new material. They’re focusing on new songs and videos dropping in the very near future

Backseat Vinyl

Back in 2015, Nate Fuller met Keenan Clarke in high school to work on some demos. Later on they met Trevor James, an old high school buddy and original bassist of Backseat Vinyl. Years later they released their first debut album in 2019 titled, ‘Sad Frenzy’. Clara Louise, new bassist of Backseat Vinyl joined the group recently as the band begins to tour their new record.



  • Backseat Vinyl - 7:45
  • The Six Sevens - 8:30
  • Blanco Nino - 9:20 
  • Josh Spoon - 10:20

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