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Milk Was A Bad Choice w/ Jay Stone, Zack Villere, & More!

July 5, 2017
8:00 pm
Milk Bar

Milk Was A Bad Choice featuring Jay Stone, Zack Villere, Mulherin, & Try the Pie Doors 8 PM, Show 8:30 PM FREE w/ RSVP, $5 Day of Show // 21+ Join us at Milk Was A Bad Choice July 5th as we explore some smoother sounds. This month's lineup is especially exciting, with emerging artists from the Bay and beyond, ranging from punk and off-kilter pop songs to hip hop and R&B! As always this show is FREE with RSVP (http://bit.ly/mwabc-july5) Jay Stone https://enotsyaj.bandcamp.com/ Jay Stone is a lyricist that can kidnap the crowd and never give it back! His intricate wordplay partnered with multi-layered storytelling ability gives his music allure and substance. The fast-paced delivery and metaphoric approach in his lyrics produce intriguing and high energy live performances. Zack Villere (L.A.) https://soundcloud.com/froyoma Taking cues and influence from 2000s era pop and hip by the likes of Pharrell and JT, Zack (fka fro yo ma) makes mezmerizing lo-fi pop songs akin to contemporaries such as Steve Lacy, Nick Hakim, and Toro Y Moi. Little World, his debut project under his given name, is coming in June and has already garnered some attention following the beautiful singles "Cool" and "Next". Mulherin (L.A.) https://soundcloud.com/mulherinmusic Memphis-born, Los Angeles-based twin crooners Parker and Marshall Mulherin are students of R&B music. Whether it be the classic 90s soul of D'Angleo and Musiq Soulchild, or more current artists like Frank Ocean and Drake, Mulherin have combed over every line. Together they deliver trap-infused R&B filled with chilling harmonies only two identical twins could cook up. Try The Pie https://trythepie.bandcamp.com/ Bean Tupou's Try the Pie is a solo effort spanning the length of almost ten years. Drawing upon a Tongan-American and a Bay Area punk background, Bean pieces together ideas of impromptu harmony, poetic imagery, soft guitar melodies, dissonance and noise. These elements are used to create a sonic collage-work to provide a variety of vivid storytelling. The project is based heavily in the ideas of mixing present experiences with indigenous folk art, inherited histories and oral storytelling of a poetic nature.

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