Mathew James, December Fades, Science for Sociopaths, Louise Noble

Mathew James

December Fades

Science for Sociopaths

Louise Noble

Wed, December 19, 2018

8:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Mathew James
Mathew James
Mathew James is a Los Angeles based singer/songwriter whose unique style stems from a lifetime of musical influences. He's been compared to David Bowie, Jim Croce, and Bono. Mathew weaves together an eclectic mix of indie, 80's pop sensibilities with hints of folk/Americana. With his new release out, A Matter Of Time, his emotionally charged lyrics and memorable melodies are sure to reel you in.L
December Fades
December Fades
December Fades is the moniker of Los Angeles singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, Kevin Rogers. He has created a refreshing musical approach that is cathartic, inspiring, and radio-friendly. Every element of the music is carefully carved to perfection; combining dynamic, unforgettable melodies, poetic lyrics, and rock and hip-hop style drumming. Each song has its own feel and flavor, painting ornate soundscapes that cross multiple genres.

Music Connection Magazine states that December Fades has, “. . . a haunted vibe to his vocals and a neo-classical lean to his piano.” With the recent release of his debut music video, “Crash and Burn”, things are looking very promising for this rising star. AnrFactory said, “December Fades captures that raw melancholic alchemy from . . . artists such as Radiohead, Placebo and Portishead.” “. . . Imagine a more melodic, stripped-back ethereal version of Nine Inch Nails. . .” December Fades is planning a west coast college tour for 2019 and will be bringing in drummer Matt Barreca. In the meantime, have a listen to Is It Love EP, available on Apple Music, Amazon, and Spotify.
Science for Sociopaths
Science for Sociopaths
Science for Sociopaths is an introspective, soulful pop-rock project from Bay Area indie singer-songwriter and Detroit native, Maggie Cocco. Cocco’s style melds licks like Carole King, power like Kelly Clarkston, and depth like Brandi Carlisle. Her richly-layered songs and sincere performances have been engaging fans since her emergence on the Detroit scene in 2015. Though she has since relocated to her adopted home in San Francisco, “…one thing has remained constant - there’s this fearless expression of sentiment and truth, coiled into rhymed lyrics that bridge indie-pop to a soulful blues-rock" [Jeff Milo, DeepCutz 2018]. While most often a solo performer, Cocco does not consider Science for Sociopaths to be a solo project. The Science for Sociopaths online community, hosted on www.patreon.com/scienceforsociopaths and various social media, is the lifeblood of the project. Through this online community Cocco is able to fund, refine, and release weekly content ranging from original music and videos, to covers and blogs. Shared experience and a dedication to authenticity drive this project, and ensure a meaningful emprise for Cocco and fans alike.
Louise Noble
Louise Noble
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Louise has been singing since she can remember and playing piano since she was 9. Her music is a mix of pop and folk and centers around her soulful songwriting. Louise has been writing, recording, and performing since 2011, and has performed solo and with bands in various venues across the Bay Area including SF Jazz, Angelica’s Bistro, and The Starry Plough. You can check out Louise’s single “Gravity” on her Bandcamp page (louisenoble.bandcamp.com) or on any music-streaming platform.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/