Noise Pop Festival 2018 Presents


Hazey Eyes, Host Bodies

Thursday 2/22

8:00 pm


Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

ADV TIX $13 / DOORS $15. Orders place for the sole purpose of resale will be cancelled. Orders exceeding the 6 ticket limit subject to cancellation.


All Becomes Okay is the debut EP from shallou, the new project of musician and producer Joe Boston. Boston grew up in Rockville, Maryland, just outside of Washington, DC. He attended college in New Orleans, and then moved to Chicago, where he began making electronic music in his bedroom.

shallou has come a long way from the bedroom. “Begin,” the first single from All Becomes Okay, recently hit #1 on Sirius XM Chill and has become a fixture on the Billboard Dance Charts for nine straight weeks. He has over 45 million total streams on Spotify, including over 18 million on “Doubt (Summer Edit)” and over 15 million on "Begin." An excellent live performer, shallou has honed his craft across North America, touring with Petit Biscuit, Roosevelt, El Ten Eleven, and more.

All of this has shallou primed to break out, and All Becomes Okay is his first major move towards the mainstream.

An electronic album with an indie heart, All Becomes Okay is a stunning debut for shallou, a full artistic statement in five songs. Boston describes his music as “happy/sad,” and though that might sound like an oxymoron, it functions as a perfect descriptor for shallou’s brand of music, a dark and beautiful mix of ambient textures and dance rhythms.
Hazey Eyes
Hazey Eyes
'We just fell madly in love with the Philly-based artist hazey eyes‘ Some Reason EP, a lush, melancholy indietronic trip released this past spring via Majestic Casual. All four of the tracks that comprise this EP have a rich sonic texture with intricate subtleties which pop up throughout to surprise us – on “Skyline” featuring Claire Ridgely, popping xylophone and strange organ sounds make their strange way through the song at different times snaking through the airy, solemn vocals. The strings on the final track “Run For” builds tension that gives way to a full-on soul-wrenching pop ballad.' -NestHQ
Venue Information:
Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102