KEXP Presents: Young In The City w/ Duke Evers, Crooked Looks

Sat Nov 3 2018

9:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

Tractor

5213 Ballard Avenue NW Seattle, WA 98107

Ages 21+

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“Young In The City was born from an old band and an empty summer. While in still in high school, members Keelan O’Hara, Michael Porter, and Noah Gundersen had formed Beneath Oceans in their hometowns of Centralia and Chehalis, Washington. After a year of local shows and a recorded but unreleased EP, the band went their separate ways. Fast forward to 2015. During a lull in Noah’s own touring schedule, a reunion was planned, with little expectation other than a chance to play music with old friends. While it was quickly discovered that the original Beneath Oceans material was unplayable, a writing chemistry was still there. The beginnings of new songs were penned in that first practice and the band began writing new material over the summer. Bassist Jeremy Buller was enlisted just days before the recording of the band’s self titled debut EP.

Inspired by elements of Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, The Strokes, and Huey Lewis and The News, Young In The City’s priority is to follow their intuition of musical fun, without pretense. The lyrics are full of images of youthful abandon and excess, sexuality and recklessness. It is a celebration of youth, for any age.” 

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  • Young In The City

    Young In The City

    Rock

    “Young In The City was born from an old band and an empty summer. While in still in high school, members Keelan O’Hara, Michael Porter, and Noah Gundersen had formed Beneath Oceans in their hometowns of Centralia and Chehalis, Washington. After a year of local shows and a recorded but unreleased EP, the band went their separate ways. Fast forward to 2015. During a lull in Noah’s own touring schedule, a reunion was planned, with little expectation other than a chance to play music with old friends. While it was quickly discovered that the original Beneath Oceans material was unplayable, a writing chemistry was still there. The beginnings of new songs were penned in that first practice and the band began writing new material over the summer. Bassist Jeremy Buller was enlisted just days before the recording of the band’s self titled debut EP.

    Inspired by elements of Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, The Strokes, and Huey Lewis and The News, Young In The City’s priority is to follow their intuition of musical fun, without pretense. The lyrics are full of images of youthful abandon and excess, sexuality and recklessness. It is a celebration of youth, for any age.” 

  • Duke Evers

    Duke Evers

    Indie Rock

    Born from an unbridled urge to play pure, loud, energetic rock-n-roll, Duke Evers began its life in a simple living room in the Capitol Hill district of Seattle in late 2012. After moving in together as complete strangers, it didn't take long for guitar/vocalist Josh Starkel and drummer Kyle Veazey to discover the musical chemistry that they possessed. Equipped with nothing more than a guitar, a toy drum set, and a handheld recorder, Duke Evers was created. With a never say die attitude they continue to evolve and establish their sound.

  • Crooked Looks

    Crooked Looks

    Alternative Rock

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KEXP Presents: Young In The City w/ Duke Evers, Crooked Looks

Sat Nov 3 2018 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

Tractor Seattle WA
KEXP Presents: Young In The City w/ Duke Evers, Crooked Looks
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Ages 21+

“Young In The City was born from an old band and an empty summer. While in still in high school, members Keelan O’Hara, Michael Porter, and Noah Gundersen had formed Beneath Oceans in their hometowns of Centralia and Chehalis, Washington. After a year of local shows and a recorded but unreleased EP, the band went their separate ways. Fast forward to 2015. During a lull in Noah’s own touring schedule, a reunion was planned, with little expectation other than a chance to play music with old friends. While it was quickly discovered that the original Beneath Oceans material was unplayable, a writing chemistry was still there. The beginnings of new songs were penned in that first practice and the band began writing new material over the summer. Bassist Jeremy Buller was enlisted just days before the recording of the band’s self titled debut EP.

Inspired by elements of Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, The Strokes, and Huey Lewis and The News, Young In The City’s priority is to follow their intuition of musical fun, without pretense. The lyrics are full of images of youthful abandon and excess, sexuality and recklessness. It is a celebration of youth, for any age.”