Laveda

Laveda

DC9 Presents:
ALL AGES

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$15

Performers

Laveda

GLOSSER, Hotspit

Date and time

Location

DC9 Nightclub

1940 9th St NW

Washington, DC 20001

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Refund policy

No Refunds

with GLOSSER, Hotspit

About this event

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  • Laveda

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    On their 2020 debut album What Happens After, Laveda draw a post-apocolyptic landscape through layers of colorful sound and ethereal melodies. The band fuses polished pop song clarity with a 90's guitar driven sound reminiscent of groups like The Sundays or My Bloody Valentine. Founding members "Jacob Brooks and Ali Genevich explore the great yawning unknown. From the freedom and uncertainty that rests at your fingertips or the distant and possibly desolate future, they capture adolescent restlessness with big walls of sound and a dreamy melodious warble" writes Toronto based blog Ohestee. NYC's Look At My Records! calls Laveda "a young band with a fully realized voice and perspective, and What Happens After couldn’t feel timelier."

    Brooks and Genevich spent most of the summer and fall of 2021 in Los Angeles, working again with producer Dylan Herman (Beck, Pynkie) on their second full-length LP. The record is anticipated to release this fall on NY/VT based label Paper Cup and features the full live band, including Dan Carr (bass) and Joe Taurone (drums) throughout.

    Laveda
  • GLOSSER

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    GLOSSER’s Riley Fanning and Corbin Sheehan’s kismetic meeting was born out of a search for meaning within their separate musical endeavors. Both avid artists in their own right, Sheehan was looking to expand his band, and Fanning was hoping to start one. Inspired by the likes of Beach House, Weyes Blood, and Phoebe Bridgers, they wrote songs together the first night they met, and GLOSSER was created in the front room of their house in the D.C. suburbs. Partnered with producer and genre-defying singer/songwriter Bartees Strange, he feels GLOSSER’s music emphasizes a “depth that isn’t found in other indie bands” and their time spent in his studio, 38 North, resulted in a sound so undeniably enigmatic and effervescent and new.

    GLOSSER
  • Hotspit

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    Hotspit is an indie rock band based in Richmond who write emotive, vulnerable tunes with precise guitar work. The quartet hails from a tight, supportive scene where diversity is praised regardless of genre.

    Hotspit

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