Wall of Ears

Barboza Presents

Wall of Ears

Monsterwatch, Niagra Moon, Mount Analogue

Friday 5/19

7:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

ADA SEATING: (not wheelchair accessible)
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Wall of Ears
Wall of Ears is an experimental pop band, blending unconventional instrumentation (synths, samplers, alien vocalizations) with a serious obsession for sharp songcraft. Style Weekly says WOE's "psychedelic impression is whimsical in its Flaming Lips assessments of the ghost of Syd Barrett." In the year 2015, WOE migrated from Western Massachusetts to Seattle, where with the addition of Seattle musicians, transformed into a girthier four piece. They will be performing material from their upcoming 2nd LP, Hello Beautiful Nothing, due out summer 2016.
MONSTERWATCH began when John Spinney (vocals, guitar) decided to leave his hometown in New Hampshire with his guitar and a handful of demos. While searching for a new location, John had recently gotten back in contact with his childhood friend Jack Cornwell (Drums) who had been residing in the Pacific Northwest for quite some time. Within a few days John decided he was headed to Seattle, WA in hopes of starting a new band and reuniting with an old friend. Quickly upon arrival the two met Wisconsin native Charles Richards (bass) in a chance encounter at a local bar, and were referred to local boy Johnny Velazquez (guitar) through mutual friends. Thus, the lineup was complete. With a diverse mixture of musical backgrounds and a common vision, the guys have crafted a sound that is percussive, aggressive, and rhythmic, blending east coast punk with a distinctly northwest flavor, which has been described as "groovepunk". Starting in 2016, they have already played a series of shows with increasing hype, and have started to gain some notice in the Pacific Northwest on the strength of the singles "Two Time" and "I Don't Get It". Their goals are big, and their progress is fast.
Venue Information:
925 E. Pike St.
Seattle, WA, 98122