Spendtime Palace

The Wayfarer Presents

Spendtime Palace

Blanco Nino, M.A.D.

Thu, November 29, 2018

8:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Spendtime Palace
Spendtime Palace
Spendtime Palace is a tight knit group of 5 Costa Mesa kids who have recently been pushing the boundaries of the Southern California music scene. Formed in 2012, this ragtag bundle progressed from a high school party band into a downright fan favorite. Besides being featured magazines and websites such as GQ and Billboard, they have also worked alongside top up-and-coming actors and directors like Finn Wolfhard, Iris Apatow, and Josh Ovalle. The hype floating around this bunch is undeniable, but the real magic lies between every measure they write.
Blanco Nino
Blanco Nino
“Two brothers (Nate and Nick Bennett) formed Blanco Niño in early 2018. The two have been playing together since childhood and when they sing in harmony their history of playing and songwriting becomes truly apparent. Sonically, Blanco Niño is best described as haunting, bright, and dreamy, with very pleasant melodies & harmonies, ethereal keyboard work & ambient tones. Growing up they were influenced by late 60’s and early 70’s rock/pop mixed with contemporary, garage and psychedelic sounds. The multi-instrumentalist duo started this new project to explore their unique sound and expand the voice they had developed. The brothers dropped their first EP “Bundle of Joy” in early 2018 which includes four driving, yet melodic tracks. Picking up Ben Tinsley (Hindu Pirates) to take care of all things percussive, the three dropped their new self-titled EP “Blanco Niño” on all platforms. With the addition of Kris Miller (Mellow Grass), the final four continue to write, record, and tour new material. They’re focusing on new songs and videos dropping in the very near future.”
M.A.D.
M.A.D.
M.A.D. is Costa Mesa musician Mario Barrios, who plays with Avid Dancer and Gantez and who named his solo project after the concept that only the possibility of total nuclear annihilation can lead to peace.
Venue Information:
The Wayfarer
843 W 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
http://www.wayfarercm.com