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Abe Hollow•Rose Droll•Sam Gurry’s “Winners Bitch”•Borey+Essyre
August 13, 2019 8:00 am - 11:00 pm| $10
$10 // bring your friends // Doors at 8pm, Sets at 8:30
Abe Hollow (Oakland)// Abe Hollow is the new songwriting project of Oakland-based composer and producer Adam Hirsch. His songs are a sublimation of his skills as a multi-instrumentalist and recording engineer, his experimental tendencies toward collaboration and improvisation, and his continual obsession with family history and the mythologies of the Jewish diaspora.
Rose Droll (San Francisco)// multi-instrumentalist pop-oddity bringing an assortment of mesmerizing, rich, and quirky tunes that escape a proper genre. Her latest album ‘Your Dog’ is a beautiful collection of beat-tinged bedroom pop filled with deeply personal lyrics colored with whispery vocals, clicky drum machine, guitar, cello, and keys.
Sam Gurry (Los Angeles) is an artist living and working in Los Angeles. They are from New Jersey and think Bruce Springsteen is just the best. Their work has screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, SXSW, Ottawa International Animation Festival, Slamdance, Big Sky, Pictoplasma, and more. Their films consider identity, texture, and cultural detritus. They are one half of the performence duo Saint Victoria’s Incorruptible body and organize various events around Los Angeles. They graduated with an MFA in Experimental Animation from CalArts and their Mom is super proud about it. They will be screening their 2018 animated film ‘Winners Bitch’
Borey + Essyre (Los Angeles)- Borey & Essyre is a project born of little tunes and ditties from two long lost cosmic siblings, now united, Borey Shin and Serena Caffrey. Revolving around simple melodies that push and pull from ethereal to carnival, Borey & Essyre are here to bring you new jazz pop. Featuring Borey Shin on synth, accordion, and melodica, Serena Caffrey on ukulele and voice, Nick Hon on percussion, Antonin Fajt on synth and slide guitar, Jessica Li on bass and viola, but rumor has it they like to switch things up.