Spendtime Palace

Spendtime Palace

Spendtime Palace is a five-piece band from Costa Mesa with a timeless, emotional, gritty, yet earnest
sound that stands up on its own. With serenading vocals, soaring melodies and multi- textured riffs, it is
apparent why listeners are always keen for wanting more. In 2012 atop an abandoned building was were
these eclectic musicians first came together. The band started as an instrumental group that played
numerous loud and restless parties throughout their hometown. This recognition led them to be one of the
most go-to bands in their area. It was in 2016 that a concatenation of life events led them to rename the
band Spendtime Palace. Right after releasing their debut album Playdate along with “Lily Lee” and
“Closed Doors,” keyboardist Michael (Toast) became a part of the band. This addition to the band
induced a more exuberant sound, which lead to the creation of the Sonora EP. Title track “Sonora” gained
instant recognition from the likes of Billboard, staring Stranger Things Finn Wolfhard and directed by
Josh Ovalle. Spendtime Palace is set to release their second album with acclaimed producer Kyle
Mullarky titled All Inclusive Romantic Getaway in early 2019.

The Brazen Youth

Nicholas Lussier and Charles Dahlke formed the Brazen Youth within the otherworldly vacuum of the
300-year-old Ashlawn Farm, located in Lyme, Connecticut. Timeless and freeing, Ashlawn served as
a perfect birthplace of the Brazen Youth’s 2016 debut, The Ever Dying Bristlecone Man. A heavily
conceptual record, Ever Dying is a world with endless nooks in which you can lose yourself,
containing meticulous threads of layered tracks and arrangements that shift within songs like
tectonic plates, all within an organic and atmospheric gloss of emotionally riveting, lyric-driven
songs. Upon adding Micah Rubin to the band’s lineup in 2017, the Brazen Youth emerged with a
wild-spirited presence into the East Coast scene, soon gaining an empowered and fresh fan base.
The Brazen Youth is currently touring the U.S. in support of their latest record, “Primitive Initiative.”

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