Worn-Tin

Worn-Tin

Small Forward, runnner

Sun · January 21, 2018

8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

Worn-Tin
Worn-Tin
An L.A original! His Music is hand-carved, cooked until golden and ready to dip into our spicy signature bloom sauce. He neatly perfects All his music by himself in his shed outside his house. Only using the finest analog ingredients. When he performs live he is accompanied by his roommates and some boys he's familiar with. Every show is a new beginning. Never the same show, Always consisting of mysteries and surprises for all to enjoy.
Small Forward
Small Forward
While attending college in Los Angeles, Michael, Rounak, Nick and Campbell started making pop music conjured by a love of Americana and blissed-out folk. Since 2014, they've recorded an eponymous debut EP, a full-length home recorded debut album (The Moon You Stand On, 2016) and a mini-album (Affections) released on Forged Artifacts (Los Angeles Police Department, Tomemitsu, Big Air) in October 2017. Their ever-changing style has adopted everything from downtempo bedroom-recordings to lush, kaleidoscopic psych-rock in an already sizeable body of work, all with a wide-eyed lens of relentless curiosity.
runnner
runnner
RUNNNER, the Los Angeles-based band, has quickly become of the best kept secrets in their music scene today. Helmed by Noah Weinman and Nate Lichtenberger, the band fuses electronic and experimental elements into their ragged, heart-on-your-sleeve folk-rock. A sound they somewhat facetiously refer to as “Bandcamp songs for Soundcloud kids.”

“We start with these honest, bedroom-folksy songs,” Weinman said. “Then we just start adding like 808’s and weird found-sounds and pretty soon it’s something totally new and exciting.”

Their debut album, Awash, has crept its way through the city’s DIY-scene. Tracks like “Monochrome” and “Urgent Care” have won over fans for their wry and sometimes devastating takes on break-ups, loneliness, grilled chicken, and minor medical procedures. The album’s title track, “Awash,” exemplifies the way the band blends ambient textures into their emotional folk songs. Starting with a sampled trumpet and layered harmonies before launching into a soaring guitar solo and crushed electronic drums.

Filling out the rest of the band with Rosie Tucker on bass, Evan Rasch on guitar, Dan Rasch on keys, and a rotating cast of horn players, their expressive live shows have garnered a passionate fan base. Playing at some of LA’s hottest venues and supporting indie stars such as Half Waif, Girl Pool, Yoke Lore, Arms Akimbo, and Field Medic - the band is quickly staking their turf on the LA scene with sights set nationally.
Venue Information:
Moroccan Lounge
901 E 1st St
Los Angeles, CA, 90012
http://www.themoroccan.com/