The Stolen

The Stolen

MILKK, Patternist, Tiger Rider, Night Lunch

Fri Nov 02 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

Funhouse

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is all ages

The Stolen
The Stolen
The Stolen is an alternative rock band from Old Bridge, NJ consisting of Dom Cuce, Rob Chiarappa, Kevin Smart, and Mike Chiarappa. The band's nostalgic sound of late 80's new wave rock blended with modern indie pop is nothing less of intriguing. Since forming, the band has provided direct support for acts like Neon Trees and The All-American Rejects. In addition, The Stolen has made appearances at festivals like Vans Warped Tour, South By So What, and Skate and Surf. The quartet released there sophomore EP 'I'm So Dead' in 2016, which caught the attention of many including MTV, who claimed that the EP "is the perfect pop-alt soundtrack to take you into the summer season." In May of 2017, The Stolen put out their newest release titled 'Fragile Heart' which includes the groups most representative tracks to date including "Euphoric" and "West Coast". The band is currently embarking on a national tour in support of the new release of "Fragile Heart".
MILKK
that internet boy-band
Patternist
Patternist bursts with a blend of rhythmic synths, heart-thumping percussion, and lush arrangements that backdrop songwriter Gabe Mouer’s boyish tenor and wistful lyrics.
Tiger Rider
Tiger Rider is an indie rock band based in Seattle. Nick (guitar/vocals), Patrick (guitar), Heather (bass/vocals), and Patrick (drums) combine painfully honest songwriting, mournful melodies, and walls of fuzz to create dramatic tonal shifts. This loud/quiet/loud dynamic reflects the nature of the city where the music is written, with roaring guitars standing in for stabs of thunder that interrupt the gentle patter of rain.
Night Lunch
Night Lunch is an alternative rock outfit formed in Seattle, Washington. The four piece group consists of vocalist Natalie Nicole, guitarist Brett Morris, bassist Spencer Wallace, and dummer Trevor Zaylen. They released their first demo “Night Lunch Cometh” in May 2017 and are currently in the studio working on their first EP “Sunday Brunch with Night Lunch” due out in Spring 2018.

Nicole hails from Los Angeles, where she primarily performed out her car window for other drivers on the 101. Zaylen cut his teeth in the soul-metal scene of Los Angeles during the roaring 1860s, before being brought to our timeline. Morris, originally from New York, was a fixture in the alt-jazz anthill on Astor. Wallace played bass in the desert garage band scene of his hometown of Tucson, Arizona.
Venue Information:
Funhouse
109 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98109
http://www.elcorazonseattle.com/