A killer surprise lineup at AS220!
Come for some soft and sweet tunes, dance, sing, eat ur heart out or whatever, be super nice to a snail u see on the way there, be super nice to all ur pals and could be pals at the gig!
Doors @ 7:30
Tunes @ 7:45
12 bux @ the door!
Kimya Dawson is a Grammy winning, platinum selling singer songwriter most widely known for her work on the JUNO soundtrack and her former band, The Moldy Peaches. She has released 6 solo albums, including a children’s album “Alphabutt”. She has been featured in Rolling Stone, Spin, Entertainment Weekly, NY Times, NME, Q, AOL, etc. She has performed live on the View, at the Independent Spirit Awards, TED/Boulder, was invited to perform on Sesame Street, and also performed at the REM Tribute at Carnegie Hall.
Kimya’s new solo album “Thunder Thighs” was self released October 18, 2011 on her own imprint Great Crap Factory. The album features guest performances from Aesop Rock, members of the Strokes, Mountain Goats, Forever Young Senior Citizen Rock and Roll Choir, Kimya’s 5 year old daughter Panda, and many more.
“Kimya Dawson straddles the line between precious and profound”.- Rolling Stone
“a veteran of the scrappy anti-folk circuit, with stream of consciousness songs that balance the caustic and the childlike”- NY Times
Your Heart Breaks
Your Heart Breaks is a queer band based in Seattle, Washington. Originally founded by Clyde Petersen in Bellingham, Washington in 1999, Your Heart Breaks has toured the world for 20 years as both a solo performer and a large ensemble. Our new album, Drone Butch Blues is out on Sofaburn Records in April 2019.
Arch Cape is the ever evolving musical project of Rachel Blumberg. Rachel first made a name for herself as the drummer in The Decemberists, and later went on to play, record, and tour with many bands such as M.Ward, Bright Eyes, Mirah, and many more.
Arch Cape’s instrumentation consists of various percussion, drums, mallet instruments, keyboards, field recordings, voice, guitar and bass.
Cover art by Jillian Summer