(((folkYEAH!))) Presents: Urban Heat w/ Gvllow + Delores Galore

Wed Jul 31 2024

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Moe's Alley

1535 Commercial Way Santa Cruz, CA 95065

$20 advance / $25 day of show

Ages 21+

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(((folkYEAH!))) presents Urban Heat w/ Gvllow + Delores Galore!

Wednesday, July 31st
Doors: 7pm / Show: 8pm
$20 in advance / $25 day of the show
21+

URBAN HEAT
The band formed in 2019 when multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Jonathan Horstmann enlisted Kevin Naquin and Paxel Foley to form a live show based on his analog sound design. The result fuses dark 80's stylings with modern flourishes, with Horstmann's throaty baritone delivering musings on existence and romanticism against an unrelenting industrial gothic pulse.

“The post-punk trio confronts the pervasive bleakness of life in pandemic-era America with an Atari blast of bubbling synths laid over insistent, body-shaking beats. These are not fluffy pop songs. Vocalist Jonathan Horstmann scratches at the many shades of malaise that have emerged as side effects of late-stage capitalism. He dances with darkness. He picks scabs 'til they bleed. He breaks through the pain.” - Deborah Sengupta Stith, Austin American-Statesman

GVLLOW
GVLLOW blends the sonic and visual aesthetics of 80s new wave and southern California punk rock mixed with the beach sounds of Dick Dale and The Beach Boys to create a sound that is fresh, diverse and completely unique. Born and raised in Riverside, California, he grew up in the SoCal Punk scene. He started playing drums at age nine and would go to The Showcase Theatre in Corona every weekend to watch bands such as Dr Know, TSOL and Narcoleptic Youth.

DELORES GALORE
Delores Galore is a New Orleans based artist fusing synth melodies of the past, present, and future into very personal and relatable ballads of self-expression. Live performances mirror the same emphatic energy and unique fusion of styles & influences 

Galore’s album “New Growth” gave us 5 tracks of lush, varied synth pop goodness. Her hit single “One Touch” caught the eye of the notable Acid Waxa and the full EP was reissued on the UK electronic label giving her productions some well-deserved international shine.

Their latest project “Don’t Get It Twisted” was released by the stateside reputable New Orleans-based label Community Records. The 5-tracker, “Don’t Get It Twisted” reflects Galore’s battle with everyday obstacles and the drive to push forward with resilience and strength.” -Samiul Haque

(((folkYEAH!))) Presents: Urban Heat w/ Gvllow + Delores Galore

  • Urban Heat

    Urban Heat

    Alternative Dance

    “Thanks in part to “Have You Ever” becoming a minor TikTok hit last year, Urban Heat has taken Austin’s clubs and America’s goth underground in such a blitz that it feels like it suddenly arose from the ether.” - Andy O’Conner, SPIN

    Urban Heat is poised to break nationally in 2023. In March Urban Heat joined TikTok darlings Vision Video for a 3-week tour, taking them to the East Coast and Canada. The success of the tour led them to extend the joint run to the West Coast in August, where many shows sold out. Their official SXSW performances had them playing to packed crowds at Stubb’s Outdoor Ampitheater, the Austin Chronicle’s day party, and a SPIN party, who of frontman Jonathan Horstmann wrote “The star power is there, more so than any Austin musician in recent history.” In May Urban Heat delivered a powerful set at Cruel World Fest in Pasadena California, joining a lineup that included Siouxsie, Iggy Pop, Gary Numan, and other genre icons. They are following up with a national headline tour in November, beginning with a performance at Darker Waves in Huntington Beach.

    After winning an Austin Music Award for “Song of the Year” for “Have You Ever”, they graced the coveted cover of the Austin Chronicle and topped Austin Monthly’s list of “8 Austin Acts Poised to Break Out at SXSW 2023”.

    2022 was already a year of exponential growth for the band. Before winning “Song of the Year”, their single “Have You Ever” had a viral moment on TikTok. This propelled them into their first national headline tour after playing at the Austin City Limits Festival. They were selected as Sonic Guild grant recipients and featured as KUTX 98.9's Artist of the Month in July.

    "A lightning rod of dark electro/proto-punk/new wave/synth wave/part goth/part industrial sound that is all the things but… simultaneously transcending them into something fresher." - Laurie Gallardo, KUTX 98.9

    The band formed in 2019 when multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Jonathan Horstmann enlisted Kevin Naquin and Paxel Foley to form a live show based on his analog sound design. The result fuses dark 80's stylings with modern flourishes, with Horstmann's throaty baritone delivering musings on existence and romanticism against an unrelenting industrial gothic pulse. Their live show is undeniably energetic and engaging, earning them slots at Austin's Levitation and Seattle’s Freakout Fest in 2021. They released 6 singles between 2019 and 2022 and while the pandemic saw their SXSW 2020 performance canceled, they returned in 2022 as official artists.

    “The post-punk trio confronts the pervasive bleakness of life in pandemic-era America with an Atari blast of bubbling synths laid over insistent, body-shaking beats. These are not fluffy pop songs. Vocalist Jonathan Horstmann scratches at the many shades of malaise that have emerged as side effects of late-stage capitalism. He dances with darkness. He picks scabs 'til they bleed. He breaks through the pain.” - Deborah Sengupta Stith, Austin American-Statesman

  • Gvllow

    Gvllow

    Post-Punk

    GVLLOW blends the sonic and visual aesthetics of 80s new wave and southern California punk rock mixed with the beach sounds of Dick Dale and The Beach Boys to create a sound that is fresh, diverse and completely unique. Born and raised in Riverside, California, he grew up in the SoCal Punk scene. He started playing drums at age nine and would go to The Showcase Theatre in Corona every weekend to watch bands such as Dr Know, TSOL and Narcoleptic Youth.

    In 2015, he became involved in the bludgeoning underground rap scene, DJing for the likes of Ghostemane and Lil Peep in Schemaposse. Since then, he has gone on to perform as touring DJ for the likes of City Morgue, as well as release two solo albums; 2018’s “Waste Away” and “Gvllow” released in July this year, which features guest appearances from the likes of Travis Barker, Brennan Savage and Jack Grisham (TSOL) and has spawned singles “Fear”, “Johnny Cash” and “Last Dance”.

    To date, GVLLOW has clocked up over 31 million career streams on Spotify, 242,000 monthly Spotify listeners, and 1.4 million YouTube views.
  • Delores Galore

    Delores Galore

    Electronic Pop

    Based out of NOLA Delores Galore is creating sounds inspired by 70s disco 80s synth-pop 90s house classics and beyond. Galore's album "Don't Get It Twisted" reflects their battle with everyday obstacles and how they push forward with resilience.

    'Delores Galore's album sparkles with pop magnificence reminiscent of 1970s disco and the synth-heavy post-punk of early 2000s"-The Wire Magazine

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(((folkYEAH!))) Presents: Urban Heat w/ Gvllow + Delores Galore

Wed Jul 31 2024 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Moe's Alley Santa Cruz CA
(((folkYEAH!))) Presents: Urban Heat w/ Gvllow + Delores Galore

$20 advance / $25 day of show Ages 21+

(((folkYEAH!))) presents Urban Heat w/ Gvllow + Delores Galore!

Wednesday, July 31st
Doors: 7pm / Show: 8pm
$20 in advance / $25 day of the show
21+

URBAN HEAT
The band formed in 2019 when multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Jonathan Horstmann enlisted Kevin Naquin and Paxel Foley to form a live show based on his analog sound design. The result fuses dark 80's stylings with modern flourishes, with Horstmann's throaty baritone delivering musings on existence and romanticism against an unrelenting industrial gothic pulse.

“The post-punk trio confronts the pervasive bleakness of life in pandemic-era America with an Atari blast of bubbling synths laid over insistent, body-shaking beats. These are not fluffy pop songs. Vocalist Jonathan Horstmann scratches at the many shades of malaise that have emerged as side effects of late-stage capitalism. He dances with darkness. He picks scabs 'til they bleed. He breaks through the pain.” - Deborah Sengupta Stith, Austin American-Statesman

GVLLOW
GVLLOW blends the sonic and visual aesthetics of 80s new wave and southern California punk rock mixed with the beach sounds of Dick Dale and The Beach Boys to create a sound that is fresh, diverse and completely unique. Born and raised in Riverside, California, he grew up in the SoCal Punk scene. He started playing drums at age nine and would go to The Showcase Theatre in Corona every weekend to watch bands such as Dr Know, TSOL and Narcoleptic Youth.

DELORES GALORE
Delores Galore is a New Orleans based artist fusing synth melodies of the past, present, and future into very personal and relatable ballads of self-expression. Live performances mirror the same emphatic energy and unique fusion of styles & influences 

Galore’s album “New Growth” gave us 5 tracks of lush, varied synth pop goodness. Her hit single “One Touch” caught the eye of the notable Acid Waxa and the full EP was reissued on the UK electronic label giving her productions some well-deserved international shine.

Their latest project “Don’t Get It Twisted” was released by the stateside reputable New Orleans-based label Community Records. The 5-tracker, “Don’t Get It Twisted” reflects Galore’s battle with everyday obstacles and the drive to push forward with resilience and strength.” -Samiul Haque

Please correct the information below.

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Ages 21+
limit 10 per person

Prices include all fees. Any applicable taxes will be added at checkout.

General Admission
$24.13

Delivery Method

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Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 21 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.