Jake Tittle, Swan Pool, DCR Pollock, What About Sylvia

The Wayfarer Presents : June Residency

Jake Tittle

Swan Pool

DCR Pollock

What About Sylvia

Mon, June 10, 2019

7:30 pm

Free

This event is 21 and over

Jake Tittle
Jake Tittle
With a quivering voice and a gentle guitar, Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Jake Tittle approaches songwriting in a deeply personal and existential way. Accompanied by folk-rock and quasi-bluegrass arrangements, Tittle sings of family, friends and spiritual skepticism in a manner that feels almost conversational.
A native of Paris, California, Jake Tittle was born in 1992. He first began writing at the age of 12, often times alone in a mobile home found on his parents farm in Paris. In late 2010 showing his diversity of lyrical and musical writing, Tittle founded The Sunset Pilgrims, an indie-rock experiment based out of Riverside, California. Although focusing his attention as front-man and publicist for the project, he never ceased writing as a solo artist. In early 2015, Tittle came together with producer Jon Joseph (BØRNS, Gungor) to record his full length debut record as a solo artist. The record is said to be due late this Summer under independent distribution and will be accompanied by a tour.
Swan Pool
Swan Pool
DCR Pollock
DCR Pollock
"d.c.R. Pollock is a genre-blending singer-songwriter from Costa Mesa, CA, who began releasing music from his parent’s garage at 14. He released his first full- length, self-titled record at 16, which featured Michael Gungor (Gungor) on guitar, and Dan Bailey (Father John Misty) on drums. d.c.R.’s style is hard to fit in a single category - its an eclectic concoction of indie rock, experimental, jazz, and R&B; but with a lyrical influences stemming from Hemingway, Eggers, Cohen, and Oberst. As an accomplished musician he uses complex arrangements to carry his equally as well crafted lyrics, while sacrificing the quality of neither."
What About Sylvia
What About Sylvia
southern california based duo collaborating with producer, Jason Bennett to create dreamy sequences of moody angst and bliss.
Venue Information:
The Wayfarer
843 W 19th Street
Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
http://www.wayfarercm.com