HAZEL ENGLISH

NOISE POP 25 with

HAZEL ENGLISH

Elsa y Elmar, TANUKICHAN (album release!), Maggie Y/O

Tuesday 2/21

8:00 pm

$10-12

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

ADV TIX $10 / DOORS $12. There's a 6 ticket limit for this event per household, customer, credit card number and email address. Patrons who exceed the ticket limit can have their order cancelled automatically and without notice.

Hazel English
Hazel English
Hazel English is a singer-songwriter from Sydney, Australia. She currently resides in Oakland where she met producer Jackson Phillips (Day Wave) in early 2015 and they began recording songs together. The collaboration resulted in a blend of interspersed shimmering guitars and airy melodic vocals set amongst a nostalgic, dreamy ambience. Hazel's EP Never Going Home was released this fall.

'There’s a striking contrast between English’s lyrical subject matter and her musical style. I associate stress and confusion with chaos, but for the most part, Never Going Home feels like a day at the beach. It’s breezy, comforting, and sun-kissed — save for the truth-repressing “I’m Fine,” which sounds like a page right out of Waxahatchee’s melancholy book, plus some synth. Never Going Home is far from chaotic, and English isn’t whining — she’s glowing with every note.' --Stereogum
Elsa y Elmar
Elsa y Elmar
Colombian singer-songwriter Elsa Carvajal, who is from the Bucaramanga, a mountainside city in Colombia, began studying jazz as a teenager. She is a recent graduate of Boston's Berklee College of Music, where she began recording as Elsa y Elmar.

The singer-songwriter refers to her sound as "spiritual pop."
TANUKICHAN (album release!)
TANUKICHAN (album release!)
Tanukichan is the solo project of Bay Area-based Hannah Van Loon. Sundays, her debut full-length album, is her first music since 2016's EP Radiolove. Produced by Chaz Bear of Toro y Moi, the record is a shoegazey and personal approach to love, lose, and longing, melding devastating lyrics with gorgeous dream-pop music.
Maggie Y/O
Maggie Y/O
Lo-fi beach pop vibes with a sprinkling of soul. Frequent collaborator with rad people and lover of all things fresh. One half of What Color.
Venue Information:
Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
http://rickshawstop.com