Jupe Jupe Vinyl Release Show w/ The Gods Themselves + Dirty Sidewalks

High Dive Presents

Jupe Jupe Vinyl Release Show w/ The Gods Themselves + Dirty Sidewalks

Saturday 10/7

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

Jupe Jupe
Jupe Jupe
With waves of haunting synthesizers, crooning vocals, jagged guitars and pulsating beats, Jupe Jupe creates mournful pop music that moves.
The Seattle quartet is composed of My Young on vocals and synthesizer, Bryan Manzo and Patrick Partington on guitar, and drummer Jarrod Arbini—veterans of the Seattle and Austin music scenes. The band’s two releases, “Invaders” and “Reduction in Drag,” are sleek multi-layered soundscapes fueled by generations of pop music and pop culture.
The Gods Themselves
The Gods Themselves
The Gods Themselves is the last band out of Seattle at the End of the World.

The trio’s journey to the stars began in March 2014. Band members Astra Elane and Collin O’Meara knew each other from Atomic Bride, a band they formed in 2007, while Dustin Patterson was performing with The Connerys. As each of them had been thirsting for fresh magic and a new challenge, they decided to combine their powers. Aiming to improve as instrumentalists, songwriters, and humans, they transformed into The Gods Themselves.

“We all agree on wanting to make good music that is heart-moving, hip-shaking, and interesting,” say The Gods. The supernatural supergroup’s sound glints with soul, edge, and groove. Cosmically linked, the trinity is prepared to usher in a rapturous new age. It is there, says Astra, that they “will blow your ear’s mind.”

As Astra drives her wah-wah guitar into the sun, Collin kicks the disco-wave beat and Dustin digs to the center of the earth with his Baritone guitar. Astra and Dustin also sing like Saturn’s rings. The unspoken fourth member of the band is space, providing lusty breaks and pendant pauses. This musical mixture turns moons into disco balls and ethereal planes into dance floors.

“Movement is what it’s all about,” says Astra. “You’re sensing the song more with your body than with your mind because The Gods Themselves give you room to feel the sounds.”

The Gods Themselves are rocketing sky-high with their sophomore album, “Pink Noise” out now!
Dirty Sidewalks
Dirty Sidewalks
Jesus & Mary Chain, Echo & The Bunnymen, Oasis, Dandy Warhols, Velvet Underground...
Venue Information:
High Dive Seattle
513 N 36th St.
Seattle, WA, 98103