SPLENDID SUN PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
Coastlands, Dayluta Means Kindness
111 E. Robinson Ave.
El Paso, TX, 79902
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is all ages
Post-Rock. Ambient. Instrumental. Portland, Oregon
Coastlands is an instrumental ambient/post-rock band out of Portland, Oregon. Formed in 2011, The four piece lineup features Jason Sissoyev and Nick Fisher on guitars, Jordan Householder on 7-string guitar and Rick Keefer on drums and percussion. Drawn together by a mutual love of music and a penchant for unusual instrumentation and recording methods, each member lends elements of their diverse musical experience, resulting in a sound that is expansive, cinematic, ethereal and highly textured. They have produced several EP’s and a handful of singles since their inception. They have been featured in a couple of documentaries, and their most recent release, Come Morning, A Radiant Light, sold out it’s first edition within days of announcing its pre release. Citing influence from artists such as Ef, Mono, Mogwai, and Logh, their own interpretation of the genre is heavily guitar-laden and woven with distortion and atmospheric resonance that traces the sweeping landscape of the Pacific Northwest.
Dayluta Means Kindness
Dayluta Means Kindness is an instrumental post-rock band from Texas. Following Texas' rich heritage with the genre, they encompass beautiful and subtle melodies and waves of amplified guitar sound that reach large walls of sound. Having no vocalist provides their listeners to create their own narratives to what the songs mean to them and is seen as an advantage to the band. The band formed from very modest aspirations to a collective unit that has dedicated itself to perform lively and energetic shows. The band has shared the stage with mostly touring packages since its inception; having shared a stage with their contemporaries in Caddywhompus, Aviator, Rescuer, Boyfrndz, and Future Death. The band released their demo 'The Ground is Lava' and the music video for the demo's namesake, also entitled 'The Ground is Lava' on December 9th.
The band was invited to play Austin's FREE WEEK 2015 at the Historic Scoot Inn by Austin's Southwest Post-Rock Collective on January 5th where the band performed at a capacity crowd and shortly afterward released a tour teaser showcasing the bands trip.
January also lead to the addition of a third guitarist making the band a powerhouse of audible ambient and rock textures. The group, now feeling complete, have begun the writing process to complete a full length album.
$10.00 - $12.00