SHED | Day Party
We are proud to announce our 2nd Annual SHED | Day Party. The showcase will be next Saturday March 18th at Javelina Bar on 69 Rainey Street.
We have curated artists who we are excited to share with y’all. Here is a rundown of these talent for you to get familiar with before the showcase:
Alex Cameron – Performing as a “failed and down on his luck musician”, Alex appears to be ripped from a David Lynch script. The Australian hits all of the emotional highs and lows of living in the limelight.
Video Age – New Orleans duo who provide a soundtrack to cut up the dance floor. Themes of solidarity and coming-of-age are found on their debut album “Living Alone”. Here is their groovy video inspired by the star’s actual dancing style.
Deep Cuts – Mixing a wide array of influences including latin, surf guitar, and jazz is Deep Cuts. Already established in their homebase of Houston, the band is busy extending their audience which include the likes of Alan Palomo of Neon Indian. Expect new tracks as the band continues to evolve.
High Church – Once described as “sad prom music”, East Austin’s very own HIGH CHURCH is here to warp you to state of lukewarm bliss.
Missions – Dark wave solo artist Missions will be playing a selection of his brand of darkwave off his upcoming debut release on Holodeck Records.
Drinking Flowers – Drawing influences from a rich history of psych and shoegaze, the band is able to add their own fresh take. Lyrically the band creates mantras with political and social awareness. This is an exciting LA band that fits into the Austin culture perfectly.
Check out the event page HERE