Night Cadet // Rachel Mason // String Of Pearls 9/15 In The Den

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9/15 in the Den

Chop Suey Presents
Night Cadet

Night Cadet has shared the stage with Avi Buffalo, Indians, Seapony, Pure Bathing Culture, The Pica Beats, and Magic Mouth.

"...[Night Cadet] songs are vast—heart-wrenching vocals soar over lush string arrangements and glimmering guitar—with enough passion to carry you through the joy of falling in love and the pain of breaking up. Two-song 7-inch Valley/Seaside will be released next month, and it is gorgeous: "Valley" gallops with swelling emotion while "Seaside" radiates a woozy, lovesick euphoria." - Emily Nokes, Bree McKenna (The Stranger)

"Fans of Grizzly Bear, Perfume Genius, and Beach House should certainly take note of this very pretty act." - Kelly O (The Stranger)

Rachel Mason

Rachel Mason, founder of glam-metal art rockers, Little Band of Sailors is a visual artist, songwriter, and performer. She has recorded twelve full-length albums of songs, and has shared stages with artists including Josephine Foster, Excepter, Prince Rama, Diane Cluck, Sharon Von Etten, Phosphorescent, Light Asylum, and Ed Askew among other renowned musicians, and she has been the subject of articles in publications including The New York Times, Artforum, The Los Angeles Times, Art in America, and Flash Art. Mason received her B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles and her M.F.A. in Sculpture from Yale University. Originally from Los Angeles, she is currently based in New York City.

String Of Pearls

Drawing from influences as diverse as Lauryn Hill and the Misfits to Otis Redding and Sparklehorse, A String of Pearls is unique in its perspective and voice: a young queer woman unapologetically writing love songs to women in a city full of sky vibes.
Written, recorded, and produced over the summer of 2014, the record is a byproduct of heartbreak, telling the story of a love affair and longing for someone unobtainable. At times pleading, at times defiant, every song is an open-hearted letter told from the perspective of the other.
Sadie Ava is the 22-year-old lead singer and guitarist of Seattle band Sundries and, as the multi-instrumentalist songwriter-producer of the project, wrote and recorded the entire record, with the exception of Rebecca Young on bass.

8pm doors 21+

$5 cover

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