Santoros

The Wayfarer Presents

Santoros

Wyatt Blair, Vaguess

Wed, July 5, 2017

8:00 pm

$7.00

This event is 21 and over

Santoros
Santoros
Based out of Los Angeles, California- Santoros is a groovy, garage-surf band formed in 2010 with Adolfo Canales (guitar), Carlos Precichi (guitar/vocals), Marco Rocha (drums), Diego Prieto (organ/keys) and Jossef Virgen (vocals). Santoros began in Adolfo’s garage as jam sessions and soon after evolved into this brotherhood of passionate musicians creating music for the world, playing shows all over L.A along side other great bands like L.A Witch, Corners, Thee Commons, The Frights, The Growlers and many more, and have toured nationally. The bond they have with each other has made their music united, unique, and their energy infectious.
Wyatt Blair
Wyatt Blair
The sonic clouds above Wyatt Blair's song writting are wrapped in a bright orange wool blanket of shrinking guitar haze. He plucks and burns at his defensively crucial crossroads, then merrily shrugs goodbye to us while we approach each song's conclusion. A tasteful triumph to book end his anthems of love and mystery in unsung bleeding wrist scabs. His science is alarmingly innocent from track to track, each one allowing itself the ability to guiltlessly discern Mr. Blair's desires for affection. Desires that prove time and time again deserve unrattling.Wyatt Blair is a blessing and a curse. He's a man and a myth in the dramatically and hopelessly Shakespearian sense. A songwriter whose voice deserves to be famed. Whose twinkling veins are due for their close up. Who should be sung by farmers and car washes and gold fish. By anyone with lips and a chest cavity.
Vaguess
Vaguess
Dana Point group Vaguess sound like something out of the past, in the best way possible. Every song off their debut album Guilty Rings is an explosion of potent garage punk energy, slyly transitioning into the next song after two minutes or less. Imprinted with a surf-y, lo-fi sound and playful poppiness that recalls early Ramones-era punk, rock n' roll and New Wave, there's a certain joy in their self-deprecating (albeit humorous) lyrics relatable to other disenfranchised slackers— we've all been one, at one point. Whether you prefer to bop or mosh at your punk shows, Vaguess provide a fun atmosphere that's just too hard to resist dancing. -Aimee Murillo
Venue Information:
The Wayfarer
843 W 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
http://www.wayfarercm.com