James Supercave

James Supercave

Sleeping Lessons, Strawberry Mountain

Wed · September 19, 2018

8:00 pm

$12.00 - $14.00

This event is 21 and over

James Supercave
James Supercave
“James Supercave combine pysch-pop aesthetics with a pop sensibility to create an artsy hybridized sound much like Alt-J or MGMT” (Kevin Bronson, Buzzbands.LA). With their debut Album, Better Strange, earning multiple “Best Album” awards, sold out shows on both coasts, and opening slots for some of the nation’s biggest artists, James Supercave have earned the respect and admiration of music fans and critics across the country. In 2014 they released their first single, “Burn”, which claimed ‘Track of the Day’ from LA tastemaker KCRW. The following year their debut EP, The Afternoon, sparked great praise and opened the door for James Supercave to play major festivals and tour across the west coast. In 2016, James Supercave followed their EP with their debut album, Better Strange. They then hit the road on a national tour, followed by headline slots at local festival staples, and a sold out co-headline west coast tour wrapping up 2017. Building up their fan base with their new single, “Something To Lose”, released April 2018- James Supercave embarked on a California Tour selling out venues along the way. Now Supercave are primed with more singles and an EP coming out later this year.
Sleeping Lessons
Sleeping Lessons
Sleeping Lessons is the latest Seattle indie-rock band on the block made up of a variety of projects ranging from international b-boy sensation Don’t Talk To The Cops, Seattle surf staples The Echo Echo Echoes, and backing the indie-folk prodigy Sophia Duccini. While Terence Bonsey was championing basslines to breakdancing competitions around the world; Charlie Deane, Dan Moretti and Paul Kowalczyk were busy sharing bills with artists such as Car Seat Headrest, Washed Out, STRFKR and more. In less than a year since their debut on Seattle’s famed Big BLDG Bash Festival main stage, Sleeping Lessons have started to create some serious momentum for themselves across the world with their self-produced debut album Red Sprites.
Strawberry Mountain
Strawberry Mountain
Venue Information:
Chop Suey
1325 E Madison St
Seattle, WA, 98122
http://www.chopsuey.com/