Scott Yoder

Scott Yoder

The Helicopter Scuba Divers, Tinmouth, Los Ricos

Sun, September 16, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$7.00

This event is 21 and over

Scott Yoder
Scott Yoder
Drawing on his childhood fascination with the otherworldly & theatrical Scott Yoder elevates his sensitive song craft into fantastical heights with his second LP “A Fool Aloof.” An introvert at heart, Scott challenges his own singer/songwriter nature with a dynamic & engaging live show that has left audiences awestruck on his many tours promoting the single & album track “Ways Of Love.” Now with the full set of songs outlining his morphing identity out on Annibale & Burger Records Scott returns to the stage backed by a band of misfits romantics to seduce you with his mystic charm.
The Helicopter Scuba Divers
The Helicopter Scuba Divers
DIVERDELIC ROCK SPECIES OF THE HELI-BONK
IN THESE END TIMES: 'COPTERS CRASH IT
Tinmouth
Tinmouth
Somewhere beyond 'Missed Connections' and 'Casual Encounters,' unreformed romantics still pine for an origin myth. Born in the wake of bygone bands and bedroom tapes, Tinmouth constructs a sound both sophisticated and playful, which feels inviting at its roots of genre-bending weirdo worship. Neither abandoning nor wallowing in the past, the Philadelphia trio “both distills and pays tribute to classic rock tropes, creating something exciting and warmly familiar” (WXPN’s The Key). While the melodies will stick in your brain, the playing is all heart, as evinced in their thrilling live performances. Outgrowing without forsaking their lo-fi beginnings, tinmouth recorded their debut album says with notable producer Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs, A Sunny Day in Glasgow).
Los Ricos
Los Ricos
Los Ricos (formerly known simply as "Rico") is the unholy brainchild of Greater Philadelphia-based artist Joseph B. Purcell. Like some sort of lackadaisical phoenix, the band rose from the month-old ashes of Purcell's past projects with the intention of providing a unique strand of fuzz-ridden indie-pop for the huddled, jaded masses. With the aid of local human drum machine Daniel Fisk-Kallish and bassist Connor Wyne, the trio aim to please with their series of sentimental home recordings and energized live performances. Los Ricos’ new EP ‘Brand New Memory’ will be available to own/stream this summer via Utica Records (@uticarecords).
Venue Information:
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19122
http://kungfunecktie.com/

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