Vibragun, Black Nite Crash, Hollow Sidewalks, Guest Directors

Vibragun

Black Nite Crash

Hollow Sidewalks

Guest Directors

Sat, July 8, 2017

9:00 pm

$10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Vibragun
Vibragun
Seattle’s VibraGun mixes the hard-driving shimmer of early Swervedriver with hips and swagger that would make Marc Bolan proud, then slingshots the whole payload heavenward in a blast of cosmic rocketfire. Founded by husband/wife team Joel (vocals, guitar) and Amber Bergstrom (vocals, synth), the band is rounded out by Dusty Scott Ross (bass) and Preston Frazier (drums).Their 2014 eponymous full-length, engineered and produced by Evan Foster (Boss Martians, Dirty Sidewalks) is rife with massive riffing, narcotic lyrics and midnight-drive adrenaline in songs such as “Send Me to Dream,” and was ranked by Huffington Post UK in their top 20 albums of the year for 2014. In the time since, they’ve toured the U.S. and Japan, licensed the album as an import through indie label Hands & Moment (Japan), opened for acts such as A Place to Bury Strangers, and played live on Seattle independent radio station KEXP. VibraGun’s long-deserved release as a beautiful vinyl LP on Seattle’s No-Count Records only cements the group’s bright future.
Black Nite Crash
Black Nite Crash
Over their twelve years and twenty-three different line-ups, Black Nite Crash has continually melded the best elements of the psychedelic Sixties with Post-Punk angst and the reverb-drenched noise of the Shoegazer movement into an original concoction that feels simultaneously familiar and new. Continually inspired by everyone from the Stones and the Stooges to Cheatahs and the Church, and influenced by long, dark, intoxicating nights that turn into painful days-after, the fuzzy rock squall they conjure only slightly obscures their melodic pop underpinnings.
With two albums behind them (2008's "Array" on Custom Made Music and 2012's "Drawn Out Days" on Seattle's Neon Sigh imprint), a third, "Quiet Is the Enemy," is set for release this fall collecting the best parts of the last three years' worth of recording sessions.
Hollow Sidewalks
Hollow Sidewalks
Guest Directors
Guest Directors
Raindrops beating up evergreens. Bluesy, dreamy, shreddy, psychedelic.
Venue Information:
Highline
210 Broadway Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98122
http://highlineseattle.com