Detroit Bar May Resident
This Time With FEELING, Hotel Cinema, My Double My Brother
843 W. 19th St.
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
This event is 21 and over
This Time With FEELING
This Time With FEELING is a four piece fridge-rock band from Orange County, CA.
With heights ranging from the groundling 5'4" to the mountainous 6'3" and everywhere in between, they've begun to carve themselves a comfortable niché in the Orange County/Los Angeles music scene.
They've played the beaches of San Diego! The beaches of Orange County! The beaches of Los Angeles! Beaches!
Nearly internationally renowned for the voluptuous bass stylings of Tony Dean, the coveted, sensual percussion of drummist Matthew Craven, the keys and guitars and shit of Eliot Cossaboom, and the unexplainable guitar playing and introspective cooing of Ali Coyle, it's unbelievable that you can see these guys whenever you want. I mean, really! Lucky you!
They have successfully released a new face-melting rollercoaster into the jaws of rock! Their new EP, "We Hope That You Don't Mind," is available for purchase and live streaming at http://thistimewithfeeling.bandcamp.com/
Los Angeles based duo Hotel Cinema was formed in 2012 by Mark Hadley & Keeley Bumford. The two became friends during their college years in Boston and became more than friends after they both separately moved to LA. They started writing songs with the sole intention of exploring original production without any preconceived notions or expectations, and eventually had enough material to release their self titled debut EP in January of 2013. With beautiful melodies and intricate orchestration of electronic and organic elements, Hotel Cinema has crafted a unique cinematic sound that weaves in and out of reality. Making their KCRW debut only 3 days after the release, the EP has put Hotel Cinema on the radar as an emerging artist to keep an eye on in 2013.
My Double My Brother
My Double, My Brother is an alternative indie band based in Southern California. The members met through their university's music program during their early years of college and began playing music together through their school's music department and school chapels. After a couple of years, shifts in direction, and member changes, My Double, My Brother began working on their first full-length album, entitled "What We Found Beneath the Ground," and released it in March of 2011. The band continues to tour and write music.
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