Porcelain Hill, Pacific Range, Van Common

Porcelain Hill

Pacific Range

Van Common

Wed, November 29, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 1:00 am)

Silverlake Lounge

Los Angeles, CA

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Porcelain Hill - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Porcelain Hill
Porcelain Hill is a high energy, Rock and roll band that perfectly blends blues, soul, funk, and punk. It's Music that plays to a live crowd, and tantalizes a recorded track. Heavy guitar riffs, thunderous drums, and a melodic bass line, Porcelain Hill is music you don't listen to, its music you feel.
Pacific Range - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Pacific Range
We are Pacific Range out of Los Angeles, California. Our style takes from many influences including The Allman Brothers and Grateful Dead, to The Band. Clay Finch (guitar & vocals), Seamus Turner (guitar & vocals), and Nate Ward​ (drums) met around 2013 while studying music up at Chico State. After discovering a strong musical connection they formed a band (Dakota Cree) and began recording at Chico State's recording studio and playing around town.
Since then the band has gone through several incarnations, but we have since recently moved to Los Angeles and our now a 4 piece. We found Cameron Wehrle (bass) in LA (former classmate of Clay's) at one of our shows, and have been playing together since.
Take a listen to our new EP which was recorded at our rehearsal space by our friend Spencer Hemstreet. We love to perform and appreciate all booking inquiries. Thanks for listening!
Van Common - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Van Common
‘This Afternoon’ is the debut single by 22-year old Van Common – alter ego of Amsterdam’s multi-instrumentalist Sebastiaan van Ravenhorst. As a true hermit, the young man retreated to a small beach house in the southwest of the Netherlands. D.I.Y was his credo: writing, singing, playing all instruments and recording, everything done by himself. He raided the local supermarket, in order to have enough provisions for a week’s work on his own. ‘I didn’t want to get out of the house anymore,’ he says. ‘I wanted to completely let go of my every day surroundings and focus on writing and recording music for the EP.’ The result is an apt introduction to his mix of dream-pop, shoegaze and glo-fi sounds. Boasting an infectious melody, the song haunts you like a ghost to take over your mind completely. And that’s Van Common’s intention: to crossover from the subconscious to the conscious.
Venue Information:
Silverlake Lounge
2906 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90026
http://thesilverlakelounge.com/