Noise Pop Presents
PARENTZ, Julia Lewis
859 O'Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA, 94109
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
With a duo like Tennyson, there’s more than meets the eye. If we lived in a different time you might’ve saved up your pennies and caught a glimpse of the traveling Tennyson magic show.
It costs a little more now to get into a club and see their live show, but it feels no less magic.
Luke and Tess have been playing music together since, basically, forever. Growing up in Edmonton, Alberta with a drummer for a father, there wasn’t much else to do.
And when you listen to Tennyson or watch them perform, you get it. They speak their own language on stage; while soloing on his keyboard Luke triggers a sound effect with the tip of his nose, Tess’s electronic drums shape-shift with each song. It’s as mesmerizing to watch as it is to turn around and look at the audience taking it all in.
And this is probably why anyone who hears or sees Tennyson becomes a fan — from Skrillex to M83 to Questlove. Their melodies are infectious and their ideas are unpredictable. Anything can be a source of inspiration for Tennyson and it’s fascinating to see what they come up with in every new song or show.
PARENTZ is PBRnB-infused electronic pop by Jeremy Sullivan with Jonathan Hall.
Producer / DJ Ben Falik – better known under the pseudonym of JULiA LEWiS – grew up in a musical home in Berkeley, CA. With Jazz in his bones, he separates himself from the EDM crowd through his use of analogue instruments and overall emotion-centered approach to dance-music music creation. Soul and hip-hop beats run in the blood of the buzz created by his remixes and production for vocalists like Rexx Life Raj, Caleborate, and BOSCO. His commitment to developing a sound that is very much his own has made him one of more recognized up-and-coming producers in The Bay.