"A songwriter whose relaxed music harkens back to the hazy days of the 70s when the likes of Creedence, Neil Young and The Byrds ruled." - VICE
Doug Tuttle has had the distinction of being an exciting new discovery among fans of indie rock and garage psych not once but twice -- first as a member of the band Mmoss, and then as a solo act. A guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter influenced by classic pop, psychedelia, and rock of the '60s and '70s who had been playing since the age of six, his third album, Peace Potato, was released in early 2017 by longtime home Trouble in Mind Records.
Sam Kogon (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond): A grand buffet of vintage sounds and period production moves, Kogon’s Psychic Tears is a lavish, painstakingly detailed work of modern-retro guitar pop. But what distinguishes the Brooklyn artist from the psychedelic pop herd is his vast and fluid command of chamber pop harmony and arrangement. Released not long after his skills were authenticated by several collaborations with The Beach Boys’ Al Jardine, Kogon’s pop-wunderkind 2015 debut Before You Knew Me attracted the attention of the Beyond Beyond Is Beyond label, leading to this short-order follow up and a big step up in production values.
Local alt-country troubadours The Mojave Green open. Doors at 9:00 pm / 21 & up / $7 advance / $10 at the door