Emily Afton, Dani Bell & The Tarantist, The Ha

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Mon Nov 25

Emily Afton, Dani Bell & The Tarantist, The Ha

Doors: 7:00 pm
Start: 8:00 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$8-$11

3 great musical acts are taking over our stage for one night!

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Genre: Indie/Alternative


Ticket Price: $8 advanced / $11 day of show / $14 reserved loft seating (loft seating is available over the phone or in person at our box office)

Emily Afton

Emily Afton’s voice is transporting. Deep and smokey, Emily delivers her emotive and honest songs from a place that feels lodged in the past, rooted in a dreamy barefoot era. You can hear the Georgian lineage on her mother’s side, conjuring a Southern swamp, mixed with urbane pop relevance. Oakland indie-rock meets an after hours quest for mischief, with ribbons of soul and electro-pop interwoven.
Breaking from her folk-pop start as Emily Moldy, Afton’s band plays vocal-driven narratives in the style of Fiona Apple, followed by dark synths, and uptempo dance tracks that get crowds dancing. Emily spent 2014 writing and recording her first full-length album alongside acclaimed Bay Area producers David Earl and Lila Rose whose musical garnishes add cinematic depth to the once “sweet singer-songwriter music”. This episodic LP, Archetype, laces together her five-year conversation with the ghosts of life, love, and death, and is out now everywhere.

Dani Bell & The Tarantist

Dani Bell and the Tarantist is a psychedelic dream pop band from San Diego, California. Much like their fellow bands on The Redwoods Music label, Dani Bell and the Tarantist are known for powerful live performances and beautifully crystalline recordings.



With their sophomore record Wide Eyed, Dani Bell and the Tarantist awake from the dreamy pop reveries that fueled their 2015 debut, to contend with a present day that's taken a greater emotional toll. While Dark West lent the intimacy of Bell's vulnerable vocals to romantic whispers, here they're compelled to answer the shifting contexts of an unsettling world, offering turns of disenchantment, wariness, and resilience.

The Ha

The HA is a San Francisco based band that plays beach funk Americana; music that celebrates the human condition and the gathering of friends. Music to party to. The title of their debut LP "Worth the Hangover" speaks for itself. Band members include Brooks Dierker, Thomas Patrick, Michael Dyer and Oliver Henrickson.