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Hypnotikon Two w/ Martin Rev, Bitchin Bajas, Food Pyramid, Midday Veil

Genre: Psychedelic , Rock

Martin Rev    

Bitchin Bajas

Food Pyramid

Midday Veil 

In the Musicquarium Lounge:

New Weather

Corum


The second annual HYPNOTIKON event returns to the Triple Door Nov. 14 and 15 to expand minds with a unique array of adventurous musical acts. Hypnotikon aims to present a broad range of psychedelic music from many different, interesting angles. Featuring a lineup that mixes homegrown talent with out-of-towners who rarely if ever perform in Seattle, Hypnotikon offers a fascinating survey of the psychedelic-music underground in a lavish setting, augmented by the stunning video art of Christian Petersen (I Want You) and Aubrey Nehring (Portable Shrines).

This year’s bill is special, indeed. Headliner Martin Rev was the sonic catalyst behind innovative synth punks Suicide and the Rain Parade reigned as the most transcendent group of the ’80s Paisley Underground movement in California. Chicago’s Bitchin Bajas have rocketed to the peak of modern minimalism with their Terry Riley-esque mantras and Minnesota’s Food Pyramid fuse krautrock with dub with striking originality.

 Adding to the excitement of this year’s Hypnotikon are Colorado’s Tjutjuna and California’s Residual Echoes, who revel in the more fiery, explosive side of psych rock while Master Musicians of Bukkake forge a mystical strain of heavy psychedelia that reflects their extensive world travels and esoteric studies. Also out there on the wild frontier is Portland solo artist Corum, who explores the same bizarre, otherworldly atmospheres as Jon Hassell and Rapoon.

The Seattle contingent of Midday Veil, New Weather, Newaxeyes, and Kingdom of the Holy Sun represent four distinctive approaches to outward-bound rock and electronic-based psychedelia, all geared to elevate you out of mundane reality.

In addition to all of this excellent music, there will be DJs spinning old and new psych rock and vendors selling records and vintage clothing in the Triple Door's Musicquarium lounge. Hypnotikon is poised to be a loaded banquet for the ears and eyes.

https://www.facebook.com/HypnotikonSeattlePsychFest

Hypnotikon Two w/ New Weather, Corum

Genre: Psychedelic , Rock

In the Musicquarium Lounge:

New Weather

Corum


Taking cues from psychedelic fests in Austin, Texas and Los Angeles, Hypnotikon brings you the finest of Psychedelic Music and more for two days at the Triple Door. 4 bands per night in the Theatre, featuring legendary sets by Martin Rev of Suicide and LA’s Rain Parade from the 1980’s Paisley Underground. Also featured are Master Musicians of Bukkake, Bicthin’ Bajas, Food Pyramid,  Midday Veil, Residual Echoes and Tjutjuna.

The lounge will feature nightly jams as part of the fest as well and DJs spinning

https://www.facebook.com/HypnotikonSeattlePsychFest

Hypnotikon Two w/ Newaxeyes, Kingdom of the Holy Sun

Genre: Psychedelic , Rock

In the Musicquarium Lounge:

Newaxeyes

Kingdom of the Holy Sun


Taking cues from psychedelic fests in Austin, Texas and Los Angeles, Hypnotikon brings you the finest of Psychedelic Music and more for two days at the Triple Door. 4 bands per night in the Theatre, featuring legendary sets by Martin Rev of Suicide and LA’s Rain Parade from the 1980’s Paisley Underground. Also featured are Master Musicians of Bukkake, Bicthin’ Bajas, Food Pyramid,  Midday Veil, Residual Echoes and Tjutjuna.

The lounge will feature nightly jams as part of the fest as well and DJs spinning

https://www.facebook.com/HypnotikonSeattlePsychFest

Hypnotikon Two w/ Rain Parade, Master Musicians of Bukkake, Tjutjuna, Residual Echoes

Genre: Psychedelic , Rock

Rain Parade

Master Musicians of Bukkake

Tjutjuna

Residual Echoes

In the Musicquarium Lounge:

Newaxeyes

Kingdom of the Holy Sun


The second annual HYPNOTIKON event returns to the Triple Door Nov. 14 and 15 to expand minds with a unique array of adventurous musical acts. Hypnotikon aims to present a broad range of psychedelic music from many different, interesting angles. Featuring a lineup that mixes homegrown talent with out-of-towners who rarely if ever perform in Seattle, Hypnotikon offers a fascinating survey of the psychedelic-music underground in a lavish setting, augmented by the stunning video art of Christian Petersen (I Want You) and Aubrey Nehring (Portable Shrines).

This year’s bill is special, indeed. Headliner Martin Rev was the sonic catalyst behind innovative synth punks Suicide and the Rain Parade reigned as the most transcendent group of the ’80s Paisley Underground movement in California. Chicago’s Bitchin Bajas have rocketed to the peak of modern minimalism with their Terry Riley-esque mantras and Minnesota’s Food Pyramid fuse krautrock with dub with striking originality.

Adding to the excitement of this year’s Hypnotikon are Colorado’s Tjutjuna and California’s Residual Echoes, who revel in the more fiery, explosive side of psych rock while Master Musicians of Bukkake forge a mystical strain of heavy psychedelia that reflects their extensive world travels and esoteric studies. Also out there on the wild frontier is Portland solo artist Corum, who explores the same bizarre, otherworldly atmospheres as Jon Hassell and Rapoon.

 The Seattle contingent of Midday Veil, New Weather, Newaxeyes, and Kingdom of the Holy Sun represent four distinctive approaches to outward-bound rock and electronic-based psychedelia, all geared to elevate you out of mundane reality.

In addition to all of this excellent music, there will be DJs spinning old and new psych rock and vendors selling records and vintage clothing in the Triple Door's Musicquarium lounge. Hypnotikon is poised to be a loaded banquet for the ears and eyes.

https://www.facebook.com/HypnotikonSeattlePsychFest

Ian McFeron w/ Josh Clausen

Genre: Singer-songwriter

  1. Friday, February 27 8:00 PM (All ages)

Ian McFeron broke into the Seattle music scene when discovered by “The Mountain” in Seattle (AAA-formatted KMTT at 103.7 FM) shortly after releasing his debut album, Don’t Look Back (2003). Within months, the first single “Love Me Twice” edged out songs by Modest Mouse, Bob Schneider, The Bo Deans, and Ray LaMontagne in The Mountain’s “New Music Throwdown,” a weekly competition where listeners vote for their favorite of two new songs. Ian has shared the spotlight with international and national artists such as Patty Griffin, Nanci Griffith, Shawn Mullins, Brandi Carlile, Amos Lee, Sister Hazel, Mike Doughty, Hayes Carll, Missy Higgins, Julia Fordham, The Hothouse Flowers, and Jars of Clay.

http://www.ianmcferon.com

Iris Dement

Genre: Folk

  1. Thursday, March 26 7:30 PM (All ages)

Eighteen years after the last collection of DeMent songs, Sing The Delta presents twelve self-penned compositions from an artist whose first three albums established her as one of the most beloved and respected writers and singers in American music.

DeMent, the last of 14 children, born in Arkansas and raised in Southern California, grew up immersed in gospel music and traditional country. She was somewhat of a late bloomer as an artist, writing her first song at age of 25. Her first release, Infamous Angel, initially issued on Rounder in 1992 before being picked up by Warner Bros., immediately established her as a promising and talented artist. Its 1994 follow-up, My Life, earned a Grammy nomination in the Contemporary Folk category. Her 1996 album The Way I Should addressed political as well as personal themes and earned a Grammy nomination, as well.

Along the way, several of DeMent’s songs became cultural touchstones. “Let The Mystery Be” found its way to MTV Unplugged as a duet by David Byrne and Natalie Merchant. “Our Town” was played over the farewell scene in the series finale of Northern Exposure. Merle Haggard, who said of DeMent, “She’s the best singer I’ve ever heard,” invited her to sit in as his piano player touring with his legendary band The Strangers. He subsequently covered two of her songs “No Time To Cry” and the gospel-tinged “The Shores of Jordan.”

DeMent remained active as an artist. She sang four duets with John Prine on In Spite of Ourselves and had a minor role in the motion picture Songcatcher as well as contributing a song to its soundtrack. She continued playing live shows and in 2004, she recorded an album of gospel songs, Lifeline, which included her rendition of “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms.” In 2010 the Coen Brothers chose that song for the closing credits when they remade the classic western “True Grit.”

http://irisdement.com/

Jane Monheit performs Hello Bluebird Celebrating the Jazz of Judy Garland

Genre: Guitarist , Jazz , Jazz Vocalist

  1. Wednesday, February 18 7:30 PM (All ages)
  2. Thursday, February 19 7:30 PM (All ages)

At the tender age of 20, New York vocalist Jane Monheit was the first runner-up in the 1998 Thelonious Monk Institute vocal competition, winning a $10,000 scholarship to further her musical education. Judges couldn't exactly place her sound, which blended natural elegance with a potent yet impressively controlled presentation, and by 2000 Monheit had joined Diana Krall as one of the highest-touted female talents in jazz. That May she signed to N-Coded and released her debut, Never Never Land. Angelic and conservative, Monheit's structured set of ten popular standards illustrated her still-emerging vocal talents. Come Dream with Me arrived in 2001; it consisted of several standards as well as a few lesser-known jazz compositions. The album wasn't as widely praised as her debut, but her growth as a performer was still evident. Since that time she has released several albums, including In the Sun in 2002, Taking a Chance on Love in 2004, the holiday-themed Season in 2005, and Surrender in 2007. In 2009, Monheit released the album The Lovers, The Dreamers and Me which featured her version of the classic Muppets ballad "The Rainbow Connection." A year later, Monheit returned, this time on Emarcy, with Home. In 2013, she released her ninth studio album, the Gil Goldstein-produced Heart of the Matter.

http://janemonheitonline.com/



JD Hobson

Genre: Americana , Blues , Country Rock

When Outlaw Country and Americana meet the Delta Blues you get a whole new genre. JD Hobson takes his Virginia Appalachian blues roots and combines it with Seattle’s Americana and rock scene, and a sound is created that has gotten people standing up to take notice.

 “Hobson's brand of bluesy Americana is steeped in rich outlaw tradition.” (Seattle Weekly Reverb Magazine)

www.jdhobson.com/

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