SOLD OUT - no tickets on the door.
7PM -- 11PM
This show is in support of Neon Indian's second album Era Extraña out now on Transgressive records and follows on from last year's sold out show at Heaven.
Neon Indian is the brainchild of Alan Palomo, the Mexican-born, Texas-raised, 21-year-old synth-wizard. In October 2009 Neon Indian released his critically heralded debut album “Psychic Chasms”. After nearly two years on the road following the success of his debut, Palomo returned last autumn with his proper follow-up LP, “Era Extraña”. This time around, we see a darker shaded sound document that tosses somewhere between an 8-bit shoegaze record and peering through the fence of a teenage apocalypse drive-in flick.
Taking a cross section from 70s horror films, a fixation with ancient societies, and a love for percussive electronic music, founding member, Adam Miller, hooked up with Johnny Jewel in the summer of 2004. During the summer of 2006, Chromatics welcomed Ruth Radelet on lead vocals, and Nat Walker on percussion and saxophone. In a live setting, Chromatics keep it minimal. The synthesizers handle the Cosmic elements, the guitar takes care of the moodier edge, and the drums are stripped down to a dirty disco for dancing.