ALEX LAHEY

RICKSHAW STOP + NOISE POP CO-PRESENT

ALEX LAHEY

Emily Neveu, Museums (formerly Osage)

Sun, March 12, 2017

7:00 pm

Rickshaw Stop

$12-14

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

ADV TIX $12 / DOORS $15. Doors at 7 pm, show at 8 pm. 

ALEX LAHEY
ALEX LAHEY
Alex Lahey hocked her beloved 1999 blue Corolla to pay for the recording of her debut EP. First single out of the boot was last year's Air Mail, introducing the airwaves to the Melbourne-based rock artist knack for melodic, guitar-driven hooks.

Most recently Lahey has set the music industry abuzz with the insanely catchy You Don't Think You Like People Like Me. From the attention-grabbing opening bars (those drums sound like an angry landlord thumping your front door on a Sunday morning), it flips the classic break-up line "it's not you, it's me" on its head. Upon release in March, YDTYLPLM was immediately added to rotation on triple j, started popping up on music blogs everywhere. It was then Pitchfork gave it Best New Track and got the rest of the world talking

Lahey live show has set the Australia media and fans buzzing. and 2017 will see her take that show internationally with UK and European Tour as well as showcasing at SXSW and a US tour. Couple that with her debut album, bring on 2017.

"The opening riff is a taut study in Room on Fire-era Strokes, and her writing lands somewhere between the charming specificity of Courtney Barnett and the soulful, emphatic delivery of fellow Aussie rockers Royal Headache." –Pitchfork
Emily Neveu
Emily Neveu
After years of being a member of the bands Calico Horse and The Muslims (The Soft Pack), Emily Neveu has begun writing and recording songs as a solo artist. A classically trained musician, Neveu melds her love for Bach and Beethoven with elements of folk, pop and electronic music, resulting in a dreamy and intimate experience.
Museums (formerly Osage)
Museums (formerly Osage)
Museums is an SF-based band that evokes Radiohead in melody, Beach House in layered sound, and No Doubt / Cranberries in vocals. The band resurrected from DC to SF in a dance-y mood that broods and shakes in SF culture to rhythms of city love and critique.

'The first project by San Francisco quartet Museums, EP 1 is a sonically diverse listen that runs the gamut — in three songs! — from gritty electronic-rock to glistening dream pop to sweeping electronic melodies.' --SF Weekly

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155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
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