LOLA MARSH

LOLA MARSH

Madi Sipes & the Painted Blue, Jean Terrace

Mon, June 26, 2017

7:30 pm

Rickshaw Stop

$10-12

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is all ages

ADV TIX $10 / DOORS $12. Orders place for the sole purpose of resale will be cancelled. Orders exceeding the 10 ticket limit subject to cancellation.

LOLA MARSH
LOLA MARSH
Lola Marsh is an indie-folk band formed by Gil Landau and Yael Shoshana Cohen.

They first made waves after a much-discussed performance at Primavera Sound in 2014, which influential L.A. radio station KCRW called “incredible,” adding that Yael was “clearly meant for the stage." The band gained immediate industry attraction and they quickly joined forces with United Talent Agency (USA & Europe), Universal Music (Europe) and Sony ATV.

“Sirens,” their first single, debuted in March 2015; it quickly received a million streams and reached #5 on Spotify’s list of the Top 10 Most Viral Tracks in U.S. Their second single, “You’re Mine”, garnered 8 millions plays on Spotify and landed in the service’s top 3 Most Viral Tracks as well as in the top 3 of Hype Machine’s Most Popular Tracks ranking.

In January 2016 their awaited debut EP was released via Anova Music under exclusive license to Barclay records (Universal France). Later that year, they teamed up with Madsonik and wrote "Drift and Fall Again" the main theme from Criminal's original motion picture soundtrack.
Madi Sipes & the Painted Blue
Madi Sipes & the Painted Blue
Madi Sipes and the Painted Blue is a band from San Francisco, fronted by singer and electric guitarist, Madi Sipes. With her captivating voice and mature songwriting, Madi started gaining fans at a young age in her hometown of Placerville, California. While performing one of her songs at a summer camp talent show, Madi caught the attention of counselor and Los Angeles-based songwriter Andrew Heringer. The two began long-distance collaboration over the next few years, while Andrew was performing and touring in the band Milo Greene.

In the spring of 2015, Madi recruited longtime friends Nick Cunningham (bass) and Caleb Koen (drums) to form her band. The band traveled to Los Angeles to finish writing and recording the final few songs for Madi Sipes and the Painted Blue’s forthcoming debut: After Hours. Pulling from a diversity of influences -- including Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Ocean and Fleet Foxes -- After Hours showcases what The Sacramento Bee describes as “feisty and sultry indie soul pop."
Jean Terrace
Jean Terrace
The serendipity of mixing irony in experience can yield less-than-stellar results. But for Oakland folk vixen Jean Terrace, that is just one of many contraries to her intricacy. Terrace lives in a minefield of wisdom, only exuding character - that of a nomadic woman; roaming the earth whilst looking for her counterpart. We all seek to be Jean Terrace, and thus, we listen. Her debut EP speaks truths of love, it’s voice, it’s leisure - and all that is necessary to be included.

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Venue Information:
Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
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