Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers, Stereo Embers, Purusa

Sat Nov 9 2019

8:45 PM (Doors 8:15 PM)

Sunset Tavern

5433 Ballard Avenue NW Seattle, WA 98107

$12.00

Ages 21+

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Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers, Stereo Embers, Purusa

  • Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers

    Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers

    Alternative

    We released our 2nd record All the Way nationally last year and have been in the studio hard at work this spring. We’re heading out play starting in May, and will have a new LP in the fall of 2018, but will be playing all over this spring and summer. Our Website is dannynewcomb.com -- check it out for upcoming dates and sign up to our mailing list for videos and songs. Best, Danny and co.
  • Stereo Embers

    Stereo Embers

    Power Pop

    "Stereo Embers are my favorite new band out of Seattle. Killer songs, great musicianship, and they totally slay live, just as a rock band should."

    - Barret Martin (Mad Season/ Screaming Trees)

    Stereo Embers are an American Rock band from Seattle, Washington.  They carry no pretense- no effort to be something that they are not, and display their musical influences proudly.  Through their songs, homage is paid to bands like The Who, The Faces, Big Star, and Cheap Trick.  Their music is energetic, melodic, anthemic- much as the music it is influenced by was and still is.

     

    While individually, they have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with many notable artists (Pearl Jam, Death Cab for Cutie, and Built to Spill to name a few), it is sharing the stage together as Stereo Embers that has brought out the best in them.  With this band, the whole truly is greater than the sum of its parts.

     

    Stereo Embers has released two EPs (Stereo Embers and Code of the Sound) and in 2016 a 7” Vinyl Single (“Wrong Way"/ "Ways of the World”) on the Hockeytalkter label owned by Mike McCready of Pearl Jam.  

    “Stereo Embers are a great band. The song ‘Wrong Way’ is one I couldn’t stop listening to. Great chorus and killer songwriting. ‘Ways of the World’ is a perfect foil for it. With Robb Benson vox, Tim Dijulio lead guitar, Ben Brunn bass, and Cassady Laton on drums, Stereo Embers have been tearing up the new Seattle Scene lately, and I love the interplay between Robb’s great vocals and Tim DiJulio’s smoking guitar leads. A proud release for HockyTalkter Records!”

    – Mike McCready (Pearl Jam)

    Stereo Embers new EP is set to be released in November of 2017.

    Stereo Embers are:

    Robb Benson (lead vocals/ rhythm guitar)

    Tim DiJulio (backing vocals/ lead guitar)

    Ben Brunn (backing vocals/ bass guitar)

    Cassady Laton (drums) 

  • Purusa

    Purusa

    Rock

    Purusa is an indie rock band, originally formed in 1999 by lead singer Kris Kirkman and guitarist Zach Hinkelman. The band spent most of ‘00 playing a rigorous live schedule throughout the Pacific Northwest, while completing work on their debut EP 101. Released in early February ‘01, just after the band triumphed in the 94.7 NRK Battle of the Bands, the CD immediately showed strong sales. Despite little fanfare and promotion the CD sold enough to propel it into The Oregonian’s top 10 list of best selling Northwest Artists in early February, where it would remain for nine of the next eleven weeks, climbing as high as #3.

    By the time the band was prepared to release their first full-length album in May of 2002, the anticipation amongst a growing fan base was apparent. Joined on their CD release tour by industry veterans Ian Moore and Lapdog (members of Toad the Wet Sprocket), the band made Spectacle one of the hottest selling local CD’s in Portland. After debuting at #1 on The Oregonian chart, the album proceeded to spend 10 weeks in the top 5, including five in the top spot. The single ‘Disappear’ enjoyed modest airplay around the Northwest as the band continued to tour heavily.

    Work on the third album began in early 2003 with the band enlisting the help of producer Simon Widdowson, fresh off working with The Decemberists. An advance single was released in July for the song ‘Breaking Down,’ which features a guest appearance by Ken Stringfellow of The Posies and sideman for REM, who contributed backing vocals and piano. The single successfully broke the band into the college radio market, as 79 stations across the nation added it to their rotation. Though the album was completed, the band imploded before it was released, shelving the project for a decade.

    Finally burying the hatchet after more than 10 years apart, the band's classic lineup reunited for a one-off show in 2014. However, the enthusiastic response has blossomed that reunion into more, as the band has come together again. The long awaited third album 'Repair' was released on July 11, 2015 with a triumphant performance at the Aladdin Theater in Portland, OR. The band also landed a licensing deal with the Marina Film Company in the summer of 2015 and continues to write new music and perform throughout the Northwest, looking once again to expand ever onward with their distinct brand of soulful pop/rock.

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Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers, Stereo Embers, Purusa

Sat Nov 9 2019 8:45 PM

(Doors 8:15 PM)

Sunset Tavern Seattle WA
Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers, Stereo Embers, Purusa

$12.00 Ages 21+

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