Scott Yoder w/ Scout Gillett & Reverse Death

Fri Jul 5 2024

9:00 PM (Doors 8:00 AM)

Tractor

5213 Ballard Avenue NW Seattle, WA 98107

$11.00

Ages 21+

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Scout Gillett's artistic journey is a testament to her unyielding passion for performance, rooted in her upbringing in Independence, Missouri. Raised in a family of creatives, she embraced a love for the homemade, which she seamlessly integrated into her music from a young age. Making the bold decision to pursue music full-time, she relocated to Brooklyn in 2017, immersing herself in the DIY scene and founding the band Shadow Year while also establishing Road Dog Booking, an independent agency supporting fellow musicians. In April 2022, Gillett released her debut solo EP, "one to ten," drawing from her eclectic influences and love for collecting rare vinyl records. Following its success, she unveiled her debut full-length EP, "no roof no floor," characterized by its atmospheric soundscapes and introspective lyricism. Continuously pushing her artistry's boundaries, Gillett is working on her sophomore LP, promising a departure from her previous work while retaining her signature vocal style and songwriting prowess. With an unwavering dedication to live performance and artistic growth, Gillett's journey is a testament to her boundless spirit and relentless pursuit of musical exploration.

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Scott Yoder w/ Scout Gillett & Reverse Death

  • Scott Yoder

    Scott Yoder

    Alternative Rock

    It may seem foolish to pursue a life of music in these times but SCOTT YODER has never been one to shy away from his inner fool. Returning in ’24 with a fantastical new collection of songs on “Scooter Pie.” This sonic journey is aided by a group of musicians that include long time collaborator Bryant Moore of The True Loves, Carolyn B. (of Mt Fog) and legendary cellist Lori Goldston (of Nirvana, David Byrne, Black Cat Orchestra).

    SCOTT YODER’s journey into the more theatrical elements of his music has taken him across the world over the past few years. Several tours of Europe and North America have followed each of his 4 albums; most years he’s onstage one out of every three days. Scott Yoder has played at many festivals: Capitol Hill Block Party, SXSW, Happy Sundays, Meltasia, Treefort & Lose Yr Mind Fest and has shared the stage with Kevin Morby, A Place To Bury Strangers, Roky Erickson, Shannon & The Clams, Death Valley Girls, King Khan & BBQ Show, L.A. Witch, The Shivas, and so many more.

  • Scout Gillett

    Scout Gillett

    Alternative Folk

    Scout Gillett's artistic journey is a testament to her unyielding passion for performance, rooted in her upbringing in Independence, Missouri. Raised in a family of creatives, she embraced a love for the homemade, which she seamlessly integrated into her music from a young age. Making the bold decision to pursue music full-time, she relocated to Brooklyn in 2017, immersing herself in the DIY scene and founding the band Shadow Year while also establishing Road Dog Booking, an independent agency supporting fellow musicians. In April 2022, Gillett released her debut solo EP, "one to ten," drawing from her eclectic influences and love for collecting rare vinyl records. Following its success, she unveiled her debut full-length EP, "no roof no floor," characterized by its atmospheric soundscapes and introspective lyricism. Continuously pushing her artistry's boundaries, Gillett is working on her sophomore LP, promising a departure from her previous work while retaining her signature vocal style and songwriting prowess. With an unwavering dedication to live performance and artistic growth, Gillett's journey is a testament to her boundless spirit and relentless pursuit of musical exploration.
  • Reverse Death

    Reverse Death

    Garage Rock

    Reverse Death takes an unusual approach to the psych/garage genre, conjuring hazy ambiance, fragile lyrics, and night and day dynamics from the heaviest doom to the faintest whisper. Channeling fire from the SF garage explosion, feels from 60s heartbreakers, and brush strokes from the ambient drone world, Reverse Death finds an uncharted landscape of beauty and destruction to call home. Based in Seattle, WA, they have performed with artists such as Los Dug Dugs, Juan Wauters, Mr. Elevator, Six Organs of Admittance, Sir Richard Bishop, Mega Bog, and Sunwatchers.

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Scott Yoder w/ Scout Gillett & Reverse Death

Fri Jul 5 2024 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 AM)

Tractor Seattle WA
Scott Yoder w/ Scout Gillett & Reverse Death

$11.00 Ages 21+

Scout Gillett's artistic journey is a testament to her unyielding passion for performance, rooted in her upbringing in Independence, Missouri. Raised in a family of creatives, she embraced a love for the homemade, which she seamlessly integrated into her music from a young age. Making the bold decision to pursue music full-time, she relocated to Brooklyn in 2017, immersing herself in the DIY scene and founding the band Shadow Year while also establishing Road Dog Booking, an independent agency supporting fellow musicians. In April 2022, Gillett released her debut solo EP, "one to ten," drawing from her eclectic influences and love for collecting rare vinyl records. Following its success, she unveiled her debut full-length EP, "no roof no floor," characterized by its atmospheric soundscapes and introspective lyricism. Continuously pushing her artistry's boundaries, Gillett is working on her sophomore LP, promising a departure from her previous work while retaining her signature vocal style and songwriting prowess. With an unwavering dedication to live performance and artistic growth, Gillett's journey is a testament to her boundless spirit and relentless pursuit of musical exploration.

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Ages 21+
limit 10 per person
General Admission
$11.00

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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. Please see the venue's website for their current COVID policy. This ticket is for admission to a live music venue. It provides the holder to observe a musical performance and nothing else. Other goods and services may be purchased once inside the venue. Please note, seating is limited and is available on a first come, first served basis.