The Quiet Men, The Silhouette Era
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
This event is 21 and over
The Quiet Men
The Quiet Men are an Irish-style folk rock band from San Francisco. Founded in 2012, the band came together fusing influences of traditional and modern Irish music, with folk, punk rock, and Americana in a unique and memorable style. A nice blend of male and female harmonies supported by an assortment of thoughtful and uptempo instrumental arrangements provide for a high-energy, beer drinking, foot stomping performance that is unforgettable.
The Silhouette Era
The Silhouette Era bring dream pop infused indie rock out of San Francisco, CA. The Silhouette Era started as a solo project for singer/songwriter Carlos J Gonzalez. The recording for his first solo debut album “Movements” began July of 2012 and was officially released on Oscillator Records on November 6, 2012. Gonzalez was quickly joined by long time friends James Findlay (of Concave) on drums and Clayton Payton on bass. The trio have been playing music together in one form or another for some time now.
Influenced by an array of genres and decades, The Silhouette Era draw some of their heaviest influences from the great indie bands of the 80′s and 90′s. Such as The Smiths, The Pixies, Archers of Loaf, Sonic Youth, Superchunk, Modest Mouse, and Duster but have been compared to more contemporary artists such as Broken Social Scene.
Hart Bothwell is a singer-songwriter whose most recent home base has been Los Angeles. In 2015, Hart released his second album, the acoustic based, Old Friend, and his third album, Another Circle is forthcoming in 2016. Beginning June 2016, Hart is embarking on a U.S. and Canada tour to promote the new album.
Hart’s rock-based music blends punk aesthetics with folk storytelling, namely in his dexterous combination of acoustic guitar, electronic drums and a candid depiction of raw emotions and varied mental states.
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