Moon Dial (release) w/ Cloud Person & Carina Lewis

Wed Aug 29 2018

8:00 PM (Doors 7:30 PM)

Tractor

5213 Ballard Avenue NW Seattle, WA 98107

Ages 21+

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Lead singer and songwriter Jon Atkin's "cerebral lyrics" and "open-faced jazz aches" commune with the stately, indie guitar rock mojo that is Moon Dial. In their fourth year as a group and with the creation of a fully crowd-funded debut album, the band continues to garner the attention of northwest music enthusiasts. Moon Dial plans to release another album’s worth of songs in 2018. Heralded as a "massive musical presentation" in "an experience that cannot often be found in today’s music scene", the new album Nice Day Pretty Colors features support by several Seattle-based musicians. NDPC ebbs and flows musically between subtle orchestration and unabashed pop hooks; whispering saxophones to saturated guitar wizardry. All the while, Atkin’s “emotive, fully-realized, and engaging” presence as a singer and lyricist is spotlighted throughout.

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Moon Dial (release) w/ Cloud Person & Carina Lewis

Wed Aug 29 2018 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

Tractor Seattle WA
Moon Dial (release) w/ Cloud Person & Carina Lewis
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 21+

Lead singer and songwriter Jon Atkin's "cerebral lyrics" and "open-faced jazz aches" commune with the stately, indie guitar rock mojo that is Moon Dial. In their fourth year as a group and with the creation of a fully crowd-funded debut album, the band continues to garner the attention of northwest music enthusiasts. Moon Dial plans to release another album’s worth of songs in 2018. Heralded as a "massive musical presentation" in "an experience that cannot often be found in today’s music scene", the new album Nice Day Pretty Colors features support by several Seattle-based musicians. NDPC ebbs and flows musically between subtle orchestration and unabashed pop hooks; whispering saxophones to saturated guitar wizardry. All the while, Atkin’s “emotive, fully-realized, and engaging” presence as a singer and lyricist is spotlighted throughout.