Patrick Galactic's LO-FI ALL-STARS w/ Wes Sp8 • Champagne Honeybee • Andy Ayers of Black Giraffe

High Dive Presents

Patrick Galactic's LO-FI ALL-STARS w/ Wes Sp8 • Champagne Honeybee • Andy Ayers of Black Giraffe

Sunday 11/4

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$6 advance / $8 day of show

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

Wes Sp8
Wes Sp8
"Displaying a wide array of tools in the musical chest, today’s artist Wes Sp8 & The Apollo Proxy is clearly on top of their game. Whether they are ripping on some down and dirty blues rock , like they do on “Sugar Mama” from their latest EP or the haunting, heart-wrenching ballad like “Sunny Day Lament(I Miss the Rain)” they have developed a unique blend, using a lot of what is good in music. They have a sound that is timeless, that could have easily fit in garage rock The Sonic’s era as displayed ferociously on “Southern Bastard” which also appears on the latest release."

-http://www.northwestmusicscene.net/100-bands-in-100-days-presented-by-verity-credit-union-day-91-wes-sp8-the-apollo-proxy/
Champagne Honeybee
Champagne Honeybee
Champagne Honeybee is singer/ songwriter, Rani Weatherby, and her trusty ukuleles. She also has a backing band, dubbed "The Stingers". Their sound is a mix of contemporary jazz, blues, folk, and ukulele soul. In June of 2014, they released an EP of original music called "No Love Songs". The CD release concert packed Rock City Cafe in Snohomish. They rounded out the year playing acoustic showcases at The Benbow Room, a rockin' set at The Evergreen State Fair, funk jams at Nectar Lounge, comedy nights at The Rendezvous and Feedback Lounge, a sold out Jazz Christmas house show, and many private events.
Andy Ayers of Black Giraffe
Andy Ayers of Black Giraffe
A Rock n’ Soul band of square pegs making music for other square pegs.

Black Giraffe appreciates the one guy dancing like no one’s watching in a crowd full of overly self-conscious people seemingly trapped in the tiny town from footloose. This band aims to turn everyone in the audience into Kevin Bacon by mixing Soul, R&B, rock, afrobeat, and any rhythm that moves people with an experimental pop palette to turn inward people out. They make grimy pop/soul records. Broken, and glued back together in a way that makes them better, lived in, punch drunk.
Venue Information:
High Dive Seattle
513 N 36th St.
Seattle, WA, 98103
http://www.highdiveseattle.com/index.asp