$15 – $17

Tim Atlas, Satchy, Madi Sipes & The Painted Blue, King Isis

Noise Pop Festival 2020
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Brick & Mortar Music Hall

1710 Mission Street

San Francisco, CA 94103

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Tim Atlas LIVE at Brick & Mortar Music Hall All Ages. Patrons under 21 must purchase a $5 drink ticket at the door per venue policy.

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Noise Pop Festival 2020 Presents:

Tim Atlas

With support from Satchy, Madi Sipes & The Painted Ruin, King Isis

Oakland-born now Los Angeles-based artist Tim Atlas, known for his unique brand of indie pop and Neo-soul akin to the sounds of Toro y Moi, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Rex Orange County, initially made waves with his 2018 EP, All Talk!. From there, Atlas went on to pick-up significant support among radio tastemakers including Zane Lowe and independent publications (Paste, Complex, Ones To Watch, Hunger, and more). After amassing over 30 million streams and love from Spotify, Apple Music, and more, Atlas embarked on a global tour, marking key shows in London, New York and Los Angeles. Now, Atlas is back with his latest project, Together Lonely. Fans can expect to hear the same R&B influences with a lo-fi twist.

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Madi Sipes and the Painted Blue is a band from San Francisco, fronted by singer and electric guitarist, Madi Sipes. With her captivating voice and mature songwriting, Madi started gaining fans at a young age in her hometown of Placerville, California.

While performing one of her songs at a summer camp talent show, Madi caught the attention of counselor and Los Angeles-based songwriter Andrew Heringer. The two began long-distance collaboration over the next few years, while Andrew was performing and touring in the band Milo Greene.

In the spring of 2015, Madi recruited longtime friends Nick Cunningham (bass) and Caleb Koehn (drums) to form her band. The band traveled to Los Angeles to finish writing and recording the final few songs for Madi Sipes and the Painted Blue’s debut EP: Sex & Sadness. Pulling from a diversity of influences -- including Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Ocean and Fleet Foxes -- the Sex & Sadness EP showcases what The Sacramento Bee describes as “feisty and sultry indie soul pop."

King Isis is an artist born-and-raised in Oakland, CA. Growing up in a family of music heads, Isis started musical training at the age of four when they began taking piano lessons. King Isis spent most of youth at the Young Musicians Program, honing classical and jazz skills that continue to be reflected in their sounds. A self-taught guitarist at the age of 16, they skillfully utilize improvisation in their music, creating sound that expands through various genres, from Hip-Hop to rock to blues. King Isis is influenced by musical mentor D’Wayne Wiggins of Toni Tony Tone, artists like Erykah Badu and Amy Winehouse, and activists like Jayne Cortez and Assata Shakur. As reflected by their BA in American Studies concentrating in Race and Music from Barnard College, King Isis’s work focuses on imagining sounds and spaces of liberation for those who exist outside of the confines of dominant society.

King Isis finds power and freedom in sound. For Isis, music is a way of experiencing the self and the world as well as a way of sharing and connecting with others. Much of their music-making centers on the exploration of identity and existence, creating and finding selves, worlds, and realities. For Isis, music is an important tool in challenging the status quo. King Isis hopes to disrupt, destruct, and unify through their sounds.

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