$20 advanced $25 door
Doors @ 8 / Show @ 9
The SugarBeats Live Band takes the cross between funk and bass music to the next level. Huge horn lines and funky leads. Complete with an arsenal of live instruments and stacks of subs, the live band blends elements of trap, funk, & soul to create a unique & high energy experience that will keep you dancing all night.
Slow Corpse was born out of the misty forests and craggy mountains of Southern Oregon in the fall of 2015. The group is the brain child of singer/producer Mitchell Winters, and guitarist Brenton Clarke. Both artists come from completely different musical backgrounds--Winters as the golden boy of Soundcloud, where he releases electronic music as PALMCO, and Clarke as a hard blues and shoegaze informed, one-man-musical-tour-de-force on the guitar. Rather than at odds with one another, their musical identities meld into a surreal blend of clean production and driving, yet dreamy melodies. Upon the release of their first two EP’s, Hound and Moons, Slow Corpse added multi-instrumentalist Cole Zollinger (Bass), hip-hop producer Dash Curtis (Keys), and Kelvin Underwood (drums) to their roster to create a live band which has brought them seemingly effortless success as a touring group. In the fall of 2017 they signed to indie label, Tender Loving Empire, where they join the ranks of indie darlings Andy Shauf, Y La Bamba, and Typhoon. You can find them making regular jaunts through the Northwest or bunkered down in Ashland, Oregon where they curate a magnetic and thriving DIY art/skate/music scene.
Marley Schwartz is Producer/DJ TF Marz. A young artist who’s music balances the past, present and future in a unique and accessible style. He finds his earliest musical roots in the music he grew up hearing at his parent’s music festivals. Legendary musicians, like Bunny Wailer and George Clinton and P-Funk Allstars, were a part of TF’s life and they’re personal lessons left their mark on his musical ideology. These early influences of Reggae and RnB/Funk music, along with a self discovered love for hip-hop, laid the groundwork for the TF Marz sound.