Alien Boy, Supercrush & TV Star at Volcanic

Thu, Jul 14 at 9pm

General Admission
$11.87 with fees
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Alien Boy - Dreams and Queer Feeling. A slogan, a mission statement; maybe a bit of “don’t say we didn’t warn you”—spray-painted in white on black canvas and hung behind the band during a memorable series of 2018 shows, those four words distill the thrill of an Alien Boy set with a directness that perfectly mirrors their fearlessly sentimental guitar music. Though Sonia Weber is often singing about the insecurities and confusion of love and heartbreak, Alien Boy songs overflow with the confidence of a band that knows exactly what they’re going for, and more importantly, know that they’re nailing it.

Supercrush - Although best known for playing in a long lineage of hardcore, punk, and metal groups, Mark Palm’s focus has always been song-craft and pop sensibility. After beginning to explore softer sounds in the late aughts as a member of San Francisco shoegazers Modern Charms, Palm adopted the Supercrush moniker as a vehicle for his pursuit of powerpop preeminence. 

TV Star - TV Star started playing in 2019 and is based in Seattle, WA. Initially pulling influences from 90's psych revival bands such as Mazzy Star, Brian Jonestown Massacre, and Spiritualized, the band was able to spend the first few years of its life focused on writing and recording. Now the band hopes to present an honest and caring representation of the music they love and the region they are from.