Presenting David Bazan

We’re excited to announce that we will be hosting David Bazan, July 9th, for one of his stops on his living room tour! These are stripped down, intimate performances with no sound system which should make the space a perfect location for this show. Tickets are $20 and we will be offering cups for beer at a donation rate of $8 that evening. Beer will only be served to those of age. For tickets, click here.


About David Bazan

David Bazan was, for many years, the songwriter and driving force behind the acclaimed indie band Pedro the Lion, building a dedicated following and selling a couple hundred-thousand albums based in large part on his extraordinary melodic sense and erudite, theologically-themed songs. After a decade helming the project, he found himself embroiled in a major personal philosophical and spiritual cataclysm, wrapped in a growing drinking problem. Bazan got to work exorcizing both his demons and angels, ditching the Pedro moniker in favor of his given name and producing two incredible pieces of work in the Fewer Moving Parts EP and the 2009 full-length Curse Your Branches (Barsuk).

Alongside his tremendous line-by-line lyrical deftness, Bazan’s greatest strength has always been his ability – a skill that runs deep in the best writers and other observers of humankind – to distill complex ideas to their essence, to connect us to his ruminations on Big Issues with an economy of language, and to communicate his conclusions (or lack thereof) with concise elegance that never loses its general human resonance. Read More.

Damien Jurado w/ Mark Edgar Stuart


We’re pleased to announce that we are hosting one of America’s most underrated and prolific songwriters, Damien Jurado, for a one-night appearance. This show will take place at the 688 Cox art gallery and studio.

There is limited capacity, so be sure to purchase your tickets soon. This one may very well sell out. You can purchase your tickets here.


Damien Jurado‘s new album Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son is out now worldwide. Jurado’s latest reunites him with friend and producer Richard Swift after previously working together on Damien’s last full length, Maraqopa in 2012.

Damien’s newest has garnered accolades in the US and across the pond where iTunes UK made it their Editor’s Choice pick today.

On Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son:
“Seattle veteran’s 11th, and best, dials up the baroque…”
- MOJO | ★★★★

“Sumptuous career best…”
- UNCUT | 9/10

“An artist who never stops surprising.”

“This druggy, headphone record is his freakiest move to date.”
- Seattle Times

“with songs as strong as these, the plunge is well worth taking”
- Consequence of Sound