The Gromble do The Killers, Moody's Point do LCD Soundsystem, Wetwood Smokes do Kings of Leon, Lanitarians do The Strokes

The Wayfarer Presents

The Gromble do The Killers

Moody's Point do LCD Soundsystem

Wetwood Smokes do Kings of Leon

Lanitarians do The Strokes

Thu, October 26, 2017

8:00 pm

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

The Gromble do The Killers
The Gromble do The Killers
Moody's Point do LCD Soundsystem
Moody's Point do LCD Soundsystem
Moody's Point was formed when its members realized the music they loved from high school is now nostalgic. They're a cover band dedicated to preserving the alternative sound of the early aughts. If you like The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The White Stripes, LCD Soundsystem, and other bands like them, they've got you covered.
Wetwood Smokes do Kings of Leon
Wetwood Smokes do Kings of Leon
"Out from the unsuspecting OC suburbia rises Wetwood Smokes, an up-and-coming indie-rock trio that have already claimed the Top Artist spot on The World Famous KROQ’s “Locals Only” show thrice in recent weeks. Don’t be fooled: their limited discography demonstrates their knack for chameleon virtuosity. Like Beck and Bright Eyes before them, each collection of songs share a distinctive vibe, sound, and appeal.

Wetwood Smokes’ debut LP Earth Tones & Red (2014) holds its own like a neon fox running through a Manhattan blackout, sounding as if it was crafted by some industry veteran rather than three newcomers in their parent’s garage. Next, Wetwood Smokes’ highly praised EP Organ Donor (2015) treats your soul like a paper flag in the wind, infusing your senses with a delicate electricity. The title track transports the listener deep into the throngs of young love: each tempo-change reverberates with excitement, self-loathing, hope, anger, an overall intoxicating concoction of emotions. Wetwood Smokes’ most recent EP Our Third (2016) trades in the indie-darling tranquility for the raw energy of southern classic rock. Quick as a snap, the track “Dead Pixel” leaves an epic and dirty caterwauling gash, completing the fuzzed out portrait of a late August sunburst." - Tim Maurer

"These cats take the term power trio to new heights with their aggressive indie overtones, layered perfectly with rock aesthetics and truly impassioned vocals. The result of this package produces unique songs with timeless qualities." -Ben Kashuk of Unearth Music Hub
Lanitarians do The Strokes
Lanitarians do The Strokes
Venue Information:
The Wayfarer
843 W 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
http://www.wayfarercm.com