New Indians

New Indians

Beast Folk, Solvej Schou

Fri Apr 12 2019

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

Funhouse

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

New Indians
New Indians
Formed in the city of Córdoba in 2015, New Indians is the conjunction of musicians from different musical languages ​​but united by one in common: rock in all its aspects.
New Indians are Fabricio Oberto in voice and guitar, Luciano Moroni in guitar, Raly Barrionuevo in guitar and keyboards, Federico Galán in bass and Tomás Luján in drums.
Since its creation, the band spent more than 1 year and a half without playing live, allocating that time only to the composition, the rehearsal and the recording of their first material of the same name and as a starting point.
With a powerful sound and nuances, lyrics loaded with feelings and a staging marked by love in what they do, New Indians is a band that understands music as a constant creative process, without borders or labels, where fear to play with different elements does not exist.
The first recording was made in May of 2017 and has 6 songs of its own authorship. Under the name of "New Indians", this EP was produced by Raly Barrionuevo, important artist of the Argentine folk scene, who collaborated during the recording process and the musical arrangements.
From this first experience together, Raly joined New Indians as the fifth member of the tribe, which has allowed the band's creative process to expand and mutate into new places.
The material was only released in a "virtual" way through online music stores and social networks such as Spotify, Napster, Dezeer or BandCamp.
Beast Folk
Beast Folk
Beast Folk was formed in Seattle in 2018 with their unique spin on alternative with aspects of punk, indie, prog and psychedelia.
Solvej Schou
Solvej Schou
Born and raised in Hollywood, half Danish and Jewish-Polish, and singing since she was a kid, Pasadena, California based Solvej Schou (SOUL-vye SKOH) showcases a raw and bluesy rock 'n' roll vocal strut with guitar inspired by the likes of Janis Joplin, X, Pretenders, Etta James and Patti Smith.

Hailed by Flavorwire for her “lightning riffs and hear-me-roar attitude” and by Pasadena Weekly as a “feisty PJ Harvey-influenced rocker,” Solvej has played solo and in bands (Bitch & Moan, The Lassiebeat, Racquet, Naughty Bird) in Los Angeles, New York City and Copenhagen, Denmark. She’s performed with groups such as Gossip, at festivals including CMJ and Make Music Pasadena, at venues including NYC's the Knitting Factory and Copenhagen's Christianshavn Bådudlejningand, and at L.A. clubs such as the Whiskey, Redwood, Taix, The Smell and The Echo.

Solvej's music covers everything from grief, loss, love, social justice, American identity and being a saucy woman to paying homage to Charlie Parker and David Bowie. A BMI registered songwriter, she released her self-titled solo debut album in late 2014. In 2015, Flavorwire premiered the fiery black-and-white video for her song “Cruel Hearted Woman,” inspired by PJ Harvey’s 1993 “Man-Size” video and Solvej’s past life as a revival ‘60s Mod scene go-go champ. Soulful, big and recorded with musicians at Medley Studios in Copenhagen, her 2015 single “Friendship” made L.A. Record’s best of 2015 reader poll.

Solvej is excited to release a new full-band solo album in 2019 that’s both personal and political, loud and passionate. Featuring Solvej and talented bassist and back-up vocalist Chelsea Jean Speer-Guzman (VesuviaSonic, Modern Time Machines, Chelsea Jean), guitarist Eric Hasenbein (12 dirty lovers) and drummer Bryan Bos (Goldenboy, Moonwash, Crossed Keys), it was recorded at Echo Park studio Station House and engineered by Mark Rains—who recorded Alice Bag’s recent albums—and then mastered by Marsh Mastering's Stephen Marsh (The Donnas, Ozomatli, Los Lobos).
Venue Information:
Funhouse
109 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98109
http://www.elcorazonseattle.com/