Neck of the Woods Presents:
Digisaurus, Dream Haste, DEEL
406 Clement Street
San Francisco, CA, 94118
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
The Twitches are a San Francisco Garage-Rock band consisting of August Carroll on vocals and guitar, Teddy Gallion on bass guitar and Stephan Ducasse-Allegret on drums. They are a gypsy jazz-influenced garage rock and roll band. Their hard-hitting, explosive, solid sound will turn your legs to tofu and make you happy.
DIGISAURUS is an electronic pop/rock project from artist and producer, James Allison. Originally from London, England, Allison engineered and produced sessions with groups like Phantogram, Maps & Atlases, and Ezra Furman & The Harpoons out of his studio in Columbus, OH. Now based in Los Angeles, Allison dedicates himself wholly to the evolution of music and art, through technology and collaboration under the moniker, Digisaurus. Digisaurus most recently released a series of three singles, concluding with "I Don't Feel Alright," co-produced with Michael Landolt (Maroon 5, OAR, Spin Doctors) and featuring vocals by Fran Litterski, keyboardist in Columbia Records' electronic rock group, Magic Man. After performing over 300 shows across 44 states in 2016 & 2017, Digisaurus will be releasing one single every month in 2018 and continue to tour extensively.
From the bedroom to the bathroom of your heart. Indie disco pop group, ‘Dream Haste’ hails from SF and is ready to embarrass themselves at will <3
Taking a year + ½ off from releasing music under 'Tailed Ghost,' I picked up a second job at The Slice Pizza and ran into many music project/ideas that kept me up til the sun rose. Since my job had me closing shop at 12 or 3am, I'd come home fairly late with barely any energy to spare but still find my way clicking that ol' record button— It's silly, but the process of making music half-asleep repeated itself into a habit I grew quite fond of. I'd wake up the morning after with zero recollection of how the songs were formed / sounded but after listening, I'd either be amazed or embarrassed by them. Certain riffs + melodies would be stuck in my head the following days as I hummed them out and imagined new parts for each song. 10 songs were selected out of the 100+ loops I made after saving up & buying a laptop.