Chinese Wax Job, Spendtime Palace, Livingmore, Kevlar

The Wayfarer Presents

Chinese Wax Job

Spendtime Palace

Livingmore

Kevlar

Fri, July 21, 2017

8:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Chinese Wax Job
Chinese Wax Job
For those of you don't know, "Chinese Wax Job" is a term commonly used in surfing for when surfboard wax sticks to the bottom of the surfboard where it shouldn't be.

Our band is very upbeat and catchy and almost all times which makes us a great live band for audiences to enjoy without losing their attention.

It is almost difficult to categorize or music but it can best be summed up in surf, blues, and a "Johnny Cash style" country. Nevertheless, we always have a good back beat and rhythm.
Spendtime Palace
Spendtime Palace
Livingmore
Livingmore
Livingmore is the collaboration between songwriters Alex Moore and Spencer Livingston with Mike Schadel on drums and Rodrigo Moreno on bass. Alex and Spencer met in Los Angeles in 2014, both playing in different bands at the time. They quickly realized there was something special happening when they met one day to collaborate for a writing session so they decided to join forces. They started consistently writing together and playing around town as a duo over the course of the next few months. Drummer Mike Schadel met the duo one night at a performance at The Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles and asked if they needed a drummer. After one jam session with Mike it was clear that Livingmore had found their new drummer. Since then Livingmore has released one self titled EP in 2014, a single with a music video in 2015 "Little Bird" and are currently getting ready to release their first full length album in 2017 produced by Brian Rosemeyer. The first new single "Really Mean It" was just released in January with a vibrant stop animation music video by Dillon Moore.
Venue Information:
The Wayfarer
843 W 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
http://www.wayfarercm.com