Glass Spells is Anthony Ramirez (Bass / Synthesizers) and Tania Costello (Vocals). Glass Spells have won the attention of many by their nostalgic synth-driven sound with a modern twist, incorporating several elements from Indie, post punk, and modern electronic to create rhythms that will not get out of your head.
Terabyte is Terra Marotz, a producer, singer and songwriter from Northwestern Montana based in Los Angeles. Those who have followed Terabyte know she crafts a distinctive and genre-bending flavor of music that is more an essence or energy than a narrative. Combining elements of hyper pop, disco revival, trap, and dubstep, Terabyte's energetic and psychedelic audio journey combines elements of what could possibly be referred to as "future ballad" with the more subliminal and hypnotic stylings of pure dance music.
Ponyskull: One girl, two synths, and a drum machine. Her heartfelt songs are true confessions of finding (or losing) herself in San Francisco. Inspired by everything 80s, she blends her singer-songwriter sensibilities with her New Wave aesthetic in a way that's honest and vulnerable, yet catchy and danceable. On her album "Ponyfoal", spiky, textured electro elements punctuate her impassioned vocals and evoke a punky, daydreaming spirit of wistful girlhood and self discovery.
Yves Tumor, Kate Bush, Diamanda Galas are all attempts to explain hard-to-describe artist, Kristeen Young. But, they are wrong. You can't find a comparison because there isn't one, and isn't that a nice change? She plays piano/keyboard in a dissonant bashing style, sings using a wide range with operatic vocals, and her lyrics eviscerate in a playful way like an afternoon with a victorian child ghost. You'll be dead but you will have enjoyed your own life's kill. Her new album, The Beauty Shop, will be released June 24, 2022.
synthpop. electro pop. indie dance. 9pm - 2:30am. all ages. $15 advance; $20 day of show.