CLOUD PERSON ╪ WOODSHED ╪ SKULLBOT ╪ MAKLAK

High Dive Presents

CLOUD PERSON ╪ WOODSHED ╪ SKULLBOT ╪ MAKLAK

Friday 7/7

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

Cloud Person
Cloud Person
Cloud Person is a 5-piece rock band from Seattle that blends psychedelic, garage, folk, and indie sensibilities into a unique brand of their own.
Woodshed
Woodshed
Like thunder rolling through the promised land, like biting on the chain that sets you free, a power that will bring you to your knees
Skullbot
Skullbot
MEGAFARM now available on Strange Earth Records! Stream it or buy it from the link below!
http://skullbot.bandcamp.com/album/megafarm

some jam sessions:
https://soundcloud.com/skullbot-jam-sessions

For our 2006 and 2007 releases visit our CD Baby page at:
http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/Skullbot
MAKLAK
MAKLAK
In 1997 MikeL Perkins started writing and recording his own music in his parents garage, singing and playing every instrument. He named the project Maklak. His writing syle incorporated strong dynamics, hard timing shifts, and concise melodies. Some years later, nearing the rise of Maklak from a side-project to a full fledged act, MikeL moved from Whidbey Island to Seattle and recruited members to fill out the band. In 2010 he found a solid guitarist/songwriter in Scott Stewart of StewStudios. Scott's sludgy yet ethereal guitar added a sophisticated bottom-heavy sound that took Maklak to new a sonic realm. In 2010 MikeL enlisted production master Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney..), who agreed to co-produce and record the debut self titled album for Maklak. The final mastering touches on the album were done by another northwest legend Chris Hanzsek (Melvins, CZ Records). In 2010 and 2011 Maklak tirelessly promoted the new album, taking it on D.I.Y. style tours down the west coast and across the US into the midwest.
In 2013 Maklak recorded a 7-inch single mixed by Tad Doyle at Witch Ape Studios. It includes two covers, Angel(originally by Massive Attack) and Wandering Star(originally by Portishead); showing a heavier and more melodic Maklak...turned epic with Tad Doyle's production.
2013 also brought about the introduction of David Wendling on bass and Diomi Herrington on drums. Finally having the rythym section they'd been looking for Maklak went back into the studio for their sophmore album. Re-enlisting the help of Jack Endino for production, the new album should drop in 2014. It promises to be an evolution of Maklak's ever progressing sound.
Venue Information:
High Dive Seattle
513 N 36th St.
Seattle, WA, 98103
http://www.highdiveseattle.com/index.asp