After spending their summer on the road, circling Salt Lake City, Boise, Denver, Park City, Lawrence and back through the Bay, Joshua Cook & the Key of Now are bringing their swanky bar room blues to DNA Lounge on Friday, August 15. Joining the powerpop trio is Emily Whitehurst, who crafts electronically-tinged indie pop tunes under the moniker Survival Guide.
Recently heard on Travis Hayes‘s debut LP Young Daze, the singer/songwriter owns a flexible style guide that transitions seamlessly from piano ballads to indie rock nuggets with subtle undercurrents of post-hardcore and dark wave.
The night will also feature the acoustic pop stylings of Kitten Grenade, aka the ukelele and loop pedal master Katelyn Sullivan, and I Am Animal, a rock trio with an urgent and earnest sound. This show is all ages, so bring your kids and younger siblings in for a solid dose of local rock and roll and true independent pop.
Joshua Cook & the Key of Now, Survival Guide, Kitten Grenade, I Am Animal
August 18, 2014
8:30pm, $10-12 (all ages)