Tidelines Album Release • Model Snake • Blyss • Dearheart

High Dive Presents

Tidelines Album Release • Model Snake • Blyss • Dearheart

Saturday 4/29

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$8 advance / $10 day of show

This event is 21 and over

Tidelines
Tidelines
Pre-order the upcoming album "Tidelines" HERE:
https://tidelines.bandcamp.com/album/tidelines

Seattle WA Post-Hardcore

Rich Clark-Coller - Drums
Spencer Corbin - Vocals/Guitar
Tim Dery - Bass
Joe Miller - Guitar
Steve Raparelli - Guitar
Model Snake
Model Snake
Featuring members of The Senate Arcade and Shrouded in Veils.
Blyss.
Blyss.
Back in the summer of 1732 three young noblemen from Vienna, Austria embarked upon a journey that would change their lives and shape the course of history as we knew it. It’s started with a dream, a dream shared by each of the three to create music that people from all walks of life could listen to and enjoy. This dream was realized when these three men, named Geoff, Alec and Seth, formed a musical group that came to be known by the name Blyss. The members of Blyss drew inspiration from various Baroque artists from the time period; Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, and George Frideric Handel among others.
Dearheart
Dearheart
There are few bands that can tear at the emotional fabric of one’s being the way Dearheart can. From songs that engage the genre-standards of relational breakups and lost love to songs that plumb the depths of anxiety, loneliness, and depression, Steve Denler lays bear before the listener the inner process and experienced emotions in an intimate, inviting way that draws the listener into the process along with him. You can’t help but be thrown into the heartache or anxiety-ridden anger that is expressed so openly within the songs, something done not only with the hard-hitting soundscape produced by the fusion of an extremely talented group of musicians but also by the extreme depth found within the lyrics.

The band, at its heaviest (as in their song “Secrets”) flirts with post-hardcore, driven by the intricacy and drive of Brandon’s (“Ezekiel Lords”) technical, hard-hitting drumming, while also swinging occasionally into a more poppy setting (as in their song “Same New Love”) with the floaty and catchy guitar riffs supplied by Craig “Suede” Furnivall. Threading all of it together is the masterful art that Gregory Olson provides on the bass, which, by the way, he builds himself. And with each song, Steve Denler supplies the emotional layering from the whispers to the yells that swing you from hope to despair, from longing to anger at the flick of a verse.

Dearheart is an emotional rollercoaster that may leave you feeling deeply for the first time in awhile. And waiting to experience all over again.
Venue Information:
High Dive Seattle
513 N 36th St.
Seattle, WA, 98103
http://www.highdiveseattle.com/index.asp