Tremor Low, Death Party at the Beach, Reisender

Tremor Low

Death Party at the Beach

Reisender

Thu, February 8, 2018

8:00 pm

This event is 21 and over

Tremor Low
Tremor Low
They sound like synthesizers, drum machines, delay and distortion pedals in exactly that order.

Tremor Low has been making music since 2009, and have played venues like Great American Music Hall, Bottom of the Hill and Popscene. In 2013, Tremor Low was the resident band at the Beautiful Buzzz SXSW showcase and have released multiple videos to great acclaim. At home, we've shared the stage with Holy Ghost, Moving Units, The Trims, and Parallels.

The band has always been Don Bellenger and Fabian Paredes, and has recently added Herve Gross and Ariel Utz Wirnsberger to synthesizing duties. Tremor Low has always had a flair for the unconventional and is currently pursuing indie band glory in the form of video game scoring while still playing packed shows to audiences in the greater Bay Area.
Death Party at the Beach
Death Party at the Beach
Formed in Sacramento, CA 2015 "DEATH PARTY AT THE BEACH" began as the solo project of Lance Derouin. His compositions were created as a means of branching out from all the familiar sounds surrounding the area at the time. Collaborating soon after with Nathan Webb, Aaron Aparicio & Kevin Stefanescu it offered a newfound opportunity to bring the music into a live setting. Their new EP, Absence, is out now!

"...DPATB offers ’80s surf melancholia, with light guitar hooks and punchy bass riding new wave nostalgia..." - Sac News & Review

"...I was able to sneak a listen to a couple of songs from their new EP, Absence, and right away, you feel how much the music opens up..." -Submerge
Reisender
Reisender
Reisender began when producer & songwriter Paul Conroy bought a neglected mandolin for 40 euros from a Flea Market in Stuttgart, Germany. The first few songs were written under bridges and on street corners of 20 different cities in Europe. From its origin as "Strassenmusik" (street music) Reisender embodies the spirit of the traveler, who embraces change and transience, especially in the face of adversity and hardship. In 2016, Reisender partnered with The Canvas Group to mix and master "New Year" and went on to perform Great American Music Hall, Bottom of the Hill, and Hotel Cafe in Hollywood in support of the album.

Reisender's music features an eclectic mix of 80s-reminiscent synths and drums, grooving mandolin riffs, cement bucket drum samples, and unadulterated indie pop hooks. The result is a sound comparable to groups such as Two Door Cinema Club, Tame Impala, Washed Out, and Miike Snow. Conroy's greatest personal influences are Paul Simon, Damon Albarn, Pixies, and Paul McCartney.

Reisender has also collaborated with local bay area artists such as Travis Hayes, Owl Paws, and Debbie Neigher by producing remixes of their works.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/