I Hate You Just Kidding, Caitlin Jemma, Lauren Barth

The Wayfarer Presents

I Hate You Just Kidding

Caitlin Jemma

Lauren Barth

Thu, November 15, 2018

8:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

I Hate You Just Kidding
I Hate You Just Kidding
Jeremy and Jessi Brock are the husband & wife songwriting duo known as I Hate You Just Kidding. They started making music together shortly after meeting in 2009. Beginning as acoustic folk pop, the music has evolved over the years into a refreshing style that rests somewhere between dream pop, indie rock, and shoegaze.

I Hate You Just Kidding has had their music featured regularly in film/television and commercials, and toured nationally, leaving two EPs and one full-length album in their wake.
Upon releasing their debut "Days Grow Longer" in 2011, I Hate You Just Kidding began writing a follow up. However, the touring life sometimes takes a few detours. After a 5 year hiatus, the sophomore album "Constellations" is complete. The new record shows a maturity while retaining the duo’s distinctive chemistry and melancholy charm.

"Constellations" is comprised of 9 tracks written while touring the US in 2011/2012. The songs were recorded in late 2016 at The Music Box Studios in Downtown Fullerton, California and co-produced, engineered & mixed by Jonathan O'Brien. Kevin Manwarren and Roxy Radulescu (of TUFT) and Greg Anderson (of Fellow Bohemian) join the band on the album and onstage.
Caitlin Jemma
Caitlin Jemma
Caitlin Jemma is a small-town girl with a big country heart. Raised in the high desert of Northern Nevada, her songwriting is influenced by a sense of adventure, reverie, and discovery. With a sound tempered by country and delivered with soul, Caitlin Jemma brings a wholesome and enlivened energy to the deep-rooted traditions of storytelling folk. Jemma's sweet and salty twang has earned comparisons to a young Iris Dement, with echoes of Gillian Welch & Valerie June.

Whether performing solo or with her band, The Goodness, Jemma’s dynamic sound, timeless songwriting, & playful stage presence is captivating audiences everywhere from her Pacific Northwest home to Europe.
Lauren Barth
Lauren Barth
Lauren Barth has a pension for writing catchy songs that straddle the line between pop, Americana, and folk, bringing to mind artists like Sheryl Crow, Liz Phair, and Lucinda Williams. This can be heard on Barth’s new album Forager, due out May 5th on Tulsa’s Horton Records. The album captures the sparse landscape of Oklahoma with plenty of twang, and its songs are often laid back as a sort of subtle salute to the Tulsa Sound put on the map by the likes of JJ Cale and others.
Venue Information:
The Wayfarer
843 W 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
http://www.wayfarercm.com