AIDS/LifeCycle Benefit 2019

AIDS/LifeCycle Benefit 2019

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featuring Coffee Show Arena Rock (with Curtis Peoples, Candace Devine & more), Sara, Nightjacket, Dream Machines

“[Nightjacket] has the feel of a late-night drive in a deserted city where only the neon lights of chain restaurants and gas stations are the sights to be seen.” - The Revue

Led by the dreamy vocals of Holland Belle and the swirling guitars of Jordan Wiggins, the band will release their debut EP entitled, “ETERNAL PHASE” mixed by Jeff Zeigler (The War on Drugs, Violens) and mastered by Joe Lambert (Deerhunter, The National) on June 23. With music that, “recalls hazy daze of Mazzy Star and 10,000 Maniacs*,” Nightjacket's first single, “The Right Way to Fall,” also features guitarist Louie Schultz (Army Navy), bassist Steve Lucarelli (Wounds/Gasoline Heart), and drummer Diego Guerrero (Weather Underground/Red Cortez).

The band has shared the stage with acts such as seminal Swedish band The Mary Onettes, and LA artists Wages, The Bulls, and Odessa.

Dream Machines are based around the songwriting duo of Harry May Kline and Luke Burba. Inspired in part by their love of dance and soul music from the seventies and eighties, their sound focuses on powerful grooves and multi-layered instrumentation driven by May Kline's unique vocal prowess. They deliver hooks and melodies descendant from the blue-eyed soul of Hall and Oates, glittering synths worthy of Brian Eno, sax solos that yearn for a yacht rock revival, and scorching guitar-vocal interplay that knocks on the door of Prince's Revolution. Dream Machines boast a sound that harkens back to the rose-colored past while keeping one foot securely in the present.

Both dreamlike and disquieting, Saro’s brand of noir-pop ultimately bears a hypnotic power that’s got much to do with the fluidity that defines him as an artist.

“I want people to recognize those feelings of darkness or sadness in my songs, because they’ve felt them too,” says Saro. “It’s like I’m telling them, ‘You’re not the only one feeling this fucked-up—it’s actually kind of a normal thing in the modern age.’ To me that’s a way of finding hope in all the hopelessness.”

Coffee Shop Area Rock

Coffee Shop Arena Rock Night is a celebration of 80’s and 90’s rock and pop anthems hosted by singer/songwriter Curtis Peoples featuring a ton of great artists and backed by an all star band

adv tix $12.00 / day of show tix $15.00


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