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Luna Luna's Flower Moon Tour with special guests Dent May and Pearl & The Oysters at The Wooly
The Wooly
Gainesville, FL
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Apr 15, 2022 9:00 PM



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Luna Luna's Flower Moon Tour with special guests Dent May and Pearl & The Oysters at The Wooly
<3 Come one, come all! <3

Luna Luna invites you to The Wooly to experience their very own Flower Moon tour, where they will be preforming their debut LP. The band will be accompanied by some very special guests to ensure a most magical experience. Dent May, an indie artist who just released his 5th LP Late Checkout. Along with Pearl & The Oysters, who will finally be making their homecoming to Gainesville since moving to Los Angeles! Grab some friends and get ready to feel all of the emotions.

Doors 9pm
Advance: $15
Day-of-door: $18

LUNA LUNA (Indie Pop/Dallas, TX)
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- 350k consistent monthly Spotify listeners
- 66k followers on Tik Tok
- Music Videos - Golden / One Thing / Time / Feel It Now
- Press - Flood / Remezcla / Texas Monthly / office
Dallas four-piece Luna Luna has bested the local climate, bending the scorching Texas sun to their will across emotion-drenched, euphoric throwback synth-pop grooves. Originally the solo project of Colombian-born, Dallas bred Kavvi, Luna Luna grew into a four-piece through serendipitous meetings. Beginning his journey towards music as a 14-year-old tinkering with GarageBand on his iPhone, singer-songwriter Kavvi began recording under the Luna Luna moniker in 2017. Upon meeting Danny Bonilla after he asked him to stick around for his set at an open mic during where they shared the bill, it quickly became apparent that they felt drawn to expand into a duo. Before long, drummer Kaylin Martinez and bassist/backup vocalist Ryan Gordo Gordon fell into place, drawn together from performing house shows around Texas.

Their kinetic friendship is on full display on their debut LP "Flower Moon," built around Kavvi's original idea of a lost boy confused about life and turning to the moon for answers. "Flower Moon" reflects on past regrets and daydreams about future possibilities. Across the album's 10 tracks, the band members' various influences come together, and it feels like we're taking part in a blissed-out night of conversation amongst friends. Luna Luna is no doubt one of the buzziest acts in Dallas today and key players have already started taking notice.


Dent May
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- Released new album Late Checkout on Carpark Records in 2020
- Music videos - I Could Use A Miracle / Sea Salt Caramel
Known for shepherding a kind of classic American songwriting into the age of bedroom recording, Mississippi born musician Dent May is soaking it in and taking his time on his new LP Late Checkout. After contributing heavily to his local Oxford music and art community, May began putting songs online and performing alone under his birth name in 2007. After befriending Animal Collective while they were recording Merriweather Post Pavilion in Oxford, the band offered to release Mays debut The Good Feeling Music Of Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele (2009) through their record label Paw Tracks. Mays distinctive croon and sentimental writing won over fans around the globe, and his music continued to evolve on Do Things (2012) and Warm Blanket (2013). Pining for a new scene and life in a big city, May moved to Los Angeles in 2015 and began work on his sprawling epic Across the Multiverse (2017). His first record on Carpark, Across the Multiverse saw May taking his songwriting to the far reaches of home recording with expansive arrangements and illustrative lyrics. Following the release of Across the Multiverse, May set out for a new final frontierhis own recording studio. May partnered with friends and collaborators Pat Jones and Michael Rosen to construct Honeymoon Suite Recording Studio from scratch, and began recording himself and other artists there in January 2018. May afforded himself the time to gradually craft a new hi-fi pop alchemy on the songs for Late Checkout, while still aiming for a sparse intimacy in his arrangements. Across the dozen new tracks that make up his fifth LP, May grapples with the swinging emotions of our contemporary reality with his rare optimism and distinguished sound. Late Checkout arrives August 21st via Carpark.


Pearl & The Oysters
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- New album Flowerland is due out September 3rd via Feel Trip Records / Tip Top Records
- Members of Mild High Club
- Music videos - Electronic Boogaloo
Pearl & the Oysters is the French-American duo of Joachim Polack and Juliette Davis. Using a kitchen sink's worth of instruments, calling in sympathetic musicians, and showing off a very light melodic sensibility, the band's first two albums were breezy and delightful space age pop.
The pair met in high school in Paris and bonded over their mutual love for such seemingly unrelated acts as Burt Bacharach, the Pixies, Chico Buarque, or the Zombies. While studying musicology at the Sorbonne and attending jazz school, they began working on a sound that was equally influenced by space age pop of the '50s (as well as its revival in the '90s by bands like Stereolab), and the inspired simplicity of Love You-era Beach Boys. They began recording their first album in Paris, but midway through moved to the U.S., partly so Polack could attend the University of Florida where he began studying Brazilian music at a doctoral level. They finished their self-titled debut in Gainesville, FL and released it in September of 2017.
It wasn't long before they started working on a second album, featuring contributions from a variety of indie musicians, most notably Vulfpeck guitarist Cory Wong, and Alex Brettin of the Mild High Club. The finished album shared a similarly upbeat attitude and breezy pop feel as their debut, but added some fuller arrangements, building on a harmonic vocabulary showing off the bands growing jazz-pop inclinations.  
After a couple of years touring as a four-piece and a semi-confidential live tape meant to capture the bands analog, toy-synth-driven approach to stage performance (Party!, 2019), the duo relocated to Los Angeles in January 2020. There, Polack was able to complete his doctorate while putting the finishing touches on P&TOs third studio album, Flowerland, to be released in 2021 via Feeltrip Records.

Location

The Wooly (View)
20 N Main St
Gainesville, FL 32601
United States

Categories

Music > Indie

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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