ADAN JODOROWSKY

QVOLE COLLECTIVE and LA BOHEMIA PRODUCTIONS CO-PRESENT

ADAN JODOROWSKY

Rudy De Anda

Tue, February 13, 2018

8:00 pm

Rickshaw Stop

$18-20

This event is all ages

ADV TIX $18 / DOORS $20. Orders place for the sole purpose of resale will be cancelled. Orders exceeding the 6 ticket limit subject to cancellation.

 

ADAN JODOROWSKY
ADAN JODOROWSKY
Born in France October 29, 1979, Jodorowsky is the son of the renowned Chilean avant-garde film director Alejandro Jodorowsky (best known for his films The Holy Mountain, Santa Sangre, El Topo and more). Jodorowsky's first guitar lessons were given to him by The Beatles guitarist George Harrison. When he was sixteen he joined the punk band The Hellboys.

In 2011 he released his solo album Amador and won the UFI award for "Best International Artist Of The Year" and "Best Live Show.” Then he met Devendra Banhart , and together, they recorded the song "You are the one" and "Dime Cuándo.”

In 2012 he produced the first platinum solo album of León Larregui (lead singer of Mexican band "Zoé"). In 2015 Adán Jodorowsky directed a video for his song "Would You Be Mine" with the porn actress Stoya, a sex fueled video that generated a strong positive reaction from the press.

This 2017 marks the return of Adan as Adan Jodorowsky, leaving behind the Adanowsky moniquer and embracing his last name to the fullest.
Rudy De Anda
Rudy De Anda
There is a tidal wave of cross-cultural expression washing inland out of Long Beach and Rudy De Anda is at the forefront of this genre-bending, sonic re-definition of the musical melting pot.

Delay, Cadaver of a Day was recorded at Jazz Cats Studios (Crystal Antlers, Day Wave, Hanni El Khatib) and is a brutally honest, gritty, and loud representation of Rudy De Anda's auditory range. It weaves sweeping melodicism with a dynamic interplay of soul and punk-rock and showcases the darker side of the Californian musician.

Inspired by The Velvet Underground, dissonance, and shoe-gaze, Delay, Cadaver of a Day conjures up imagery of Fellini stumbling upon the city of Long Beach, and goes from optimism to mystery almost immediately.

"De Anda’s sound is deliberately difficult to classify—like the title of the EP, it’s familiar but novel at the same time, blending Beatles-style song structures with romantic Latin crooners, subtle hints of modern pop, dreamy washed-out production and lyrics in both English and Spanish." --LA Record

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