HOT FLASH HEAT WAVE / No Vacation

SEA WITCH PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS

HOT FLASH HEAT WAVE / No Vacation

Tino Drima, Max Gardener

Fri, January 6, 2017

8:30 pm

Rickshaw Stop

$10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is all ages

HOT FLASH HEAT WAVE
HOT FLASH HEAT WAVE
Hot Flash Heat Wave is San Francisco’s new sound. They create melodically upbeat, hook-filled garage rock, referencing a range of influences from Girls and the Beach Boys, to Santo & Johnny and Weezer. Their style is partially a tongue and cheek nod to the dreamy, lo-fi vibes of the “chill-wave” movement, as contrasted by the more sunny, sweltering sound of their own jams (“heat-wave”).

Here comes the sunrise of a new musical era in San Francisco. Comprised of 4 high school best friends living, writing, and recording under the same roof, Hot Flash is set to release their debut record “Neapolitan” later this year.
NO VACATION
NO VACATION
No Vacation is an Indie/Dream-Pop band that combines the novel sounds of college nostalgia and surf-tinged bedroom pop. What began as a sunny San Francisco dorm-room duo in early 2015 by frontwoman Sabrina Mai, quickly evolved into a band as Marisa Saunders and Nat Lee entered the fold. Eventually, Harrison Spencer joined and No Vacation migrated from their familiar garage practice spaces to the studio, where they recorded their second release Summer Break Mixtape. This would lead up to their initial break-up later that year. After a year of anticipation, shows under various names, and a few line-up changes, James Shi was added to solidify the official reunion of the 5-piece.

To jumpstart their return, No Vacation premiered their new single “Mind Fields” on February 23rd with Topshelf Records. Heavily influenced by the break-up itself, “Mind Fields” highlights the wistful yet buoyant sounds from their upcoming album, set to release in June 2017.
Tino Drima
Tino Drima
Tino Drima is a cauldron of then, now, and what will be. Crooning hell harmonies over charmed, ripping beats Tino channels music that feels like it has always existed. Think the inter-dimensional 50s radio in Old Man Cooper's house that portals Classics from a more excellent world into his living room and everybody wants to hang out and listen and maybe stay the night even though it's p weird there. Featuring members of O, French cassettes, black cobra vipers, spooky mansion.
Max Gardener
Max Gardener
Max Gardener makes his self-described “bedroom theme music” amidst the solitude of his California bedroom, and he intends for you to hear it in the solitude of yours.



On debut record Memory Lounge [Sports Day Records and Citrus City Records], Gardener drifts forth, mixing the sunny trademarks of sixties psych and nostalgia-inducing guitar pop hooks with his omnipresent optimism and a healthy dose of melancholy.

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Venue Information:
Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
http://rickshawstop.com