TV Girl + Big Bill + Poppet (w/ special guest DJ Cassie Ramone) // 1/11 // Mohawk // Austin
NOTE: PRESALES HAVE ENDED BUT TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR
A very special evening with TV Girl in celebration of the re-release of their cult-classic album French Exit. With special guests Big Bill and Poppet. Truly a great evening of live music.
Please buy a ticket and make your wildest dreams come true.
TV Girl // (https://tvgirl.bandcamp.com/)
The electronic pop project of LA's Brad Petering, Jason Wyman, and Wyatt Harmon borrows samples from soul standards, glistening tropical rhythms, and gilded 70s pop Layered with thick beats, piano punctuations, and devotional double-layered harmonies. Always seeking a new muse, this bedroom pop seduces you back between the sheets with an arsenal of fringed eyes, an effervescent halo of sticky bedhead, and a smoldering cigarette. Perfect for breakups, break-ins, and breakdowns.
Big Bill // (https://bigbillband.bandcamp.com/)
"In an era when weve seen a revitalization of dialogue surrounding gender and race, Big Bills songs work to ally themselves with such underrepresented parties, a move that feels even more punk than the genres original ideologies. 2016 isnt the time for a weirdo punk band to make waves nationally or release chart-topping tracks, but Big Bill is more important than that. I cant think of another current Austin band more iconic or resonant."
--Pop Press International
Poppet // (https://www.facebook.com/poppetmusic/)
Poppet is the alter ego of California raised musician Molly Raney. Using a keyboard, drum machine, loop pedal, and her own voice, Poppet creates fully orchestrated electro-loop-pop. Weird pop. Weird pop for the post-apocalypse. Birds included. Spaceship recommended.
Songs such as Fanatical Bird Dance flit through the mind's vision like a loosed sprite[;;;...];;;Others are shaped of a markedly different vapor[;;;...];;;In between is the full specturm of joy and despair, naivete and jadedness, recklessness and refinement, that paints a portrayal of an aritist willing to reveal the innermost. Andrew C. Russel, Submerge Magazine
The Mohawk (View)
912 Red River
Austin, TX 78701