Sea Caves, Rabble, KT Neely and Aaron Semer at Cafe Racer!
$8 ADVANCE / $10 DAY OF SHOW
All ages until 11pm.
Sea Caves is an indie rock band from Portland, OR, recently re-outfitted with vocalist Sydney Rohrs. The lush and dynamic songs of 2016's Bright Forest garnered Sea Caves both local and national attention. Soon after, inspired by the idea of self-reinvention, the band brought on Rohrs as lead singer and headed back into the studio to capture the new vision. Sea Caves' latest work (out in late 2019) sees the band both expanding on their earlier sound and venturing into entirely new areas. Dream-like melodies merge seamlessly with an interplay of layered rhythms and harmonic and lyrical counterpoints. This album operates around the assumption that change is unsettling yet necessary. Reflecting on the oddness of moving away from people in your life and learning to understand new patterns and rhythms, Sea Caves acknowledges the strangeness of everything and gets excited to move forward.
Rabble is a Seattle-based trio with layers of new wave, psych, and jazz. They released 'Rabble EP' in October of 2018 and will be performing these songs in and around the Seattle area in 2019 and 2020.
Kt Neely is new to the Washington music scene after a move from southern New Mexico. With a fuzzy guitar mirroring the dizziness of her brain, understanding and solace is found in the gentle vocals that contrast.
If youve been jonesing for a wickedly poetic, topically charged, deeply felt, and dynamically played singer-songwriter album, Seattles own talented and troubled troubadour Aaron Semer is releasing Cape Disappointment, and it will massage your neck, curl your toes, and enrich your life. This is a Rock album, even with its fervent acoustic heart. Combining the rustic lyricism of Neil Youngs Harvest with the grace and grit of Terry Allen; the folk-punk of the saltiest Warren Zevon anthem with the haunted historicity of a Randy Newman, or the weathered wisdom of Lucinda Williams. Semers second full-length is a sweet, strummed cure to our National Anhedonia, with plenty of taste and bite.
Cafe Racer (View)
5828 Roosevelt Way
Seattle, WA 98105
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