Guy Fox entered this world at an impressive 635lbs 8oz and has established a following of all-night-dance-enthusiasts and local musicians alike. The band is made up of northeastern transplants, all of whom are students of music steeped in different idioms. The result is an explosion of talent and eclectic songwriting-- an apt description for a band that takes its name from a 17th century assassin that literally tried blow up Britain’s Parliament. It's an experience that finds them flirting with a number of genres- indie, funk, soul, and afropop- while keeping their audience glued to the dancefloor.

Hot on the heels of a move to Los Angeles from their former home of Brooklyn, Harper Blynn continue to turn heads with their soaring brand of rock. Bucking a pervasive trend in modern live music, the band avoids prerecorded tracks and auto-tuned vocals, instead relying on their instruments and voices to generate their epic soundscapes. After making albums with legendary producers David Kahne (Paul McCartney, The Strokes), Malcolm Burn (Emmylou Harris) and John O’Mahony (Metric, Coldplay), Harper Blynn have been busy working on their forthcoming full-length, as well as cowriting and playing on Sara Bareilles’ new album The Blessed Unrest. TV shows like Revenge, The Vampire Diaries, House of Lies and Pretty Little Liars have all taken note and featured the band’s music in the past year. Rounded out with upcoming tour dates in the fall of 2013 with Bareilles and One Republic, Harper Blynn show no signs of slowing down.

The Visibles (LP release party!)

Through the San Francisco fog, across the Golden Gate, and through a rainbow tunnel, amid the land of redwood forests and nuclear-free zones, lies a small, dark studio where The Visibles wrote and recorded their self-titled debut album. Over a year in the making, The Visibles presents layers upon layers of psychedelic imagery piled up like a Dylan-esque acid trip (if Bobby wrote more songs about girls, anyway). Singer-songwriter Justin Goldman offers painful autobiographical confessions one moment, then builds up a wall of opaque, and often complicated, metaphors the next. His remarkable singing voice, often drawing comparisons to Bowie and Lennon, stands out among the anonymous, verb-drenched shoegazers that populate the current landscape. The rest of the group is comprised of Pascal Garneau, who produced the album as well as serving as guitarist in the band, Robert Jakubs (drummer), and Dashiell Worfolk (keyboards), and Mike Alexis (bass).



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GUY FOX with Harper Blynn, The Visibles (LP release party!)

Friday, September 6 · 9:00 PM at Rickshaw Stop