Warehouse Eyes EP Release Party - FRI MAY 23 at the Turf Club

Warehouse Eyes is a dream/synth pop band formed in 2012 in Minneapolis. The band members are Jennie Lahlum (vocals/synth), Christopher Williams (keys/synth), Jason McGlone (drums), Colin Sheffield (guitar), and Kevin Scott (bass). Drawn together by their shared love of analog sounds and dreamy melodies, Warehouse Eyes seeks to lure you with hypnotic vocals and dark, catchy choruses. Tickets on sale now.

Blueprint Respect The Architect Tour - WED JUNE 25 in 7th St Entry

Columbus, OH emcee/producer Blueprint is touring in support of his new solo release Respect the Architect, released out April 22 on Weightless Recordings. The tour will span two and a half months, cover sixty cities, and feature support from Count Bass D and DJ Rare Groove.

 

 

Soho Ghetto - THU JUNE 26 in 7th St Entry

SoHo Ghetto is an indie-folk and pop band from Halifax featuring a surpising mix of artful arrangements, big harmonies and hook-laden anthems. Their live show moves from precise musicianship to energetic mayhem.

 

 

COUSINS - SUN JUNE 29 in 7th St Entry

COUSINS are Leigh and Aaron (not Lee Aaron) and they are, and have been the hardest working band in Halifax, Nova Scotia for some time. COUSINS are a guitar/drums duo that play the rock and roll music of and for today. Tickets on sale now.

 

 

The Eastern Sea and Wild Moccasins - SUN JULY 6 in 7th St Entry

At times, it’s easy for The Eastern Sea to forget that Austin, Texas is home. While the band’s roots are firmly planted in the Texas Hill Country, their dynamic prose-pop travels from location to location, effortlessly moving between distant settings and their own, still somehow foreign, neighborhoods. Created in 2005 as the bedroom project of songwriter/vocalist Matthew Hines, The Eastern Sea quickly developed into a live band.

 

 

Since self releasing their debut EP in 2009, Wild Moccasins have built themselves up to become one of Houston’s most exciting and beloved bands. A rapturous mix of indie rock, post-punk, new wave, disco and synth-pop, the band's sophomore album, 88 92, was released February 4 on New West Records.