Cosmic Kitten

Cosmic Kitten

The Wednesdays, Porch Cat, Marshall Law, Sandra Szabo

Mon Jun 04 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Funhouse

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Cosmic Kitten
Cosmic Kitten
This band consists of Zach, Yousef, and I (Karen). It all started in my heart when I was younger and totally obsessed with music. I picked up guitar and wrote too many songs to count. Moving around a lot, I couldn't really find my place.. Until I met Zach, who happened to live a couple houses down from me. We shared musical influences and felt we needed to start something. So in early 2015, we recorded "Apollo," our first album, and recruited my high school friend Yousef to go out and promote for our new album. That is our current mission \(^.^)/
The Wednesdays
The Wednesdays
The Wednesdays are an alien-babe, runk-pock band based out of Bellingham, WA. They produce a rock n’ riot sound, true to the 90s and their rebel grrrl roots. Their music includes plenty of screaming and distortion balanced by bluesy licks and honest, thought-provoking lyrics. The Wednesdays were voted “Best Band in Bellingham” for Cascadia Weekly’s Best of Bellingham 2017 after the self-release of their first album, MOOD, in July.

The Wednesdays are community oriented and devoted to radical justice– serving you millennial post-angst rooted in queer perspectives. Currently, they are working on their second album and playing shows throughout the Pacific Northwest.

“[The Wednesdays have] an earnest sound reminiscent of post-punk bands like The Raincoats and The Vaselines” -- Tyson Ballew, Former Executive Director at Make.Shift Art Space
Porch Cat
Porch Cat
Porch Cat is a queer, feminist, power-pop dream-punk trio making music about dreams, illness and pain, colonization, trauma, and love. Inspired by alternative rock of the 90's, Porch Cat weaves melody and poetry with upbeat pop-punk songs and sludgy ballads - characterized by the tones of custom-built guitar pedals, punchy - yet nuanced - drums, and vocals that range from poppy harmonies to raw screams.
As a band of all queer women, and individuals living with chronic health conditions, Porch Cat strives to push the boundaries of representation in music, as well as fight for feminism, queer rights, and disability rights.
Porch Cat originally began as an acoustic singer-songwriter project by Chan Barraza in 2011 in Bellingham, WA. Benicki began to learn guitar at age 12, and soon combined their love for writing poetry and singing into writing original songs. Throughout their life, Barraza explored theatre, photography, and visual arts, but it wasn't until they were in college that they played music as part of a band. Since then, Porch Cat has transformed from an acoustic, folk sound, to an electric band influenced by Barraza’s love of punk, indie, and alternative rock.
Porch Cat is: Chan Barraza (bass/vox), Emily Ayden (drums/vox), and Molly Ada (guitar).
Barraza lives with chronic illness, including Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Narcolepsy with Cataplexy, PTSD, and PMDD.
Marshall Law
Marshall Law
Sandra Szabo
Sandra Szabo
Venue Information:
Funhouse
109 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98109
http://www.elcorazonseattle.com/