Moon Dial ↔ Something In The Trees (Album Release) ↔ COHO

High Dive Presents

Moon Dial ↔ Something In The Trees (Album Release) ↔ COHO

Friday 3/3

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$8 advance / $10 day of show

This event is 21 and over

Moon Dial
Moon Dial
Stately, pop narratives divulge. A four-piece with sling-shot pop choruses, hushed interludes and "open jazz-aches"...

"A laid-back, indie journal-pop kind of band."
-Emily Nokes, The Stranger

Jon Atkins brings the songs, the game and is the band-appointed spiritual guru. Rhythmic section includes Garrett Croxon on drums (Fleet Foxes, William Hall, Eric Blood), Jeff Anderson on bass (Daguerreotypes; both from Seattle pop satellite, Tea Cozies) and guitar hero/Dojo Sensei Eric Kegley.

After their second year as a group, MOON DIAL prepares to release a crowd-funded, full length album recorded by Nicholas Wilbur at The Unknown in Anacortes, Washington. The album features support by local musicians.
Something In The Trees
Something In The Trees
Matt (bass), Josh (vocals), and Larry (guitar) met while working at Experience Music Project in 2003. They quickly formed a bond and vowed to play music together someday, but the right project was a long time coming. In 2008, Adam (guitar) made his way to Seattle, and more musical connections were forged. Eric’s (drums) migration from New York in 2011 proved to be the perfect catalyst, and Something In The Trees was born. What began as an opportunity to hang out, enjoy mutual musical obsessions, and build some chops on their respective instruments became a torrent of creative synthesis and songwriting. Their eponymous first release is the result of this confluence.
COHO
COHO
We are a Seattle 6-piece intent on creating and developing new sounds for anyone who wants to listen! With our diverse musical tastes we push to collide our different styles to create unique music. We have a strong focus on vocal harmonies from our four vocalists that actively push the dynamic of the songs. Being 6 multi-instrumentalists from folk roots, ska histories, classical training, and rock influence we bring together a sound that can only be COHO.

PS Bring your doggie. We want to meet them.
Venue Information:
High Dive Seattle
513 N 36th St.
Seattle, WA, 98103
http://www.highdiveseattle.com/index.asp