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Ian Moore & Lossy Coils w/ The Walcotts and The Youngs

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Ian Moore & Lossy Coils w/ The Walcotts and The Youngs
Friday, August 30, 2013 8:00 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $12.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
$12 day of show (cash sales only at the box office)
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  • Ian Moore & The Lossy Coils

    Ian Moore & The Lossy Coils

    El Sonido Nuevo, due out March 8th on Spark & Shine, is the 7th studio record from Seattle-based singer-songwriter Ian Moore. The Lossy Coils, features Moore, bassist Matt Harris, and drummer Kyle Schneider. With Moore’s inspiring guitar work leading the way, El Sonido Nuevo alternates between rockers and ballads, pure songs and pure sounds, with a lush pop introduction that follows the same Beatles-by-the-way-of-Big Star thread that has informed the best work of contemporaries like Wilco. Moore grew up in Austin, Texas, in the early ’90s as a blues-guitar virtuoso. Early sideman duty for Texas roots legend Joe Ely led to a 1993 self-titled solo record on Capricorn that propelled Moore to critical opening gigs for the Stones and Dylan, as well as an appearance in Billy Bob Thornton’s hit film Slingblade. Dave Hickey in Art in America magazine called Modernday Folklore “one of the best moments in contemporary art in 1996,” while Harp magazine observes, “Since the early ’90s the native Texan has refused corporate molding in favor of freedom and the artistic rewards are staggering.” Moore’s 2004 release Luminaria received numerous accolades, including from Billboard, who noted, “The burden of the contemporary singer/ songwriter is in formulating a sound that is completely unique. With Luminaria, Ian Moore accomplishes just that.” And of 2007’s To Be Loved, All Music Guide wrote, “Moore has created a brand of challenging yet highly melodic new-millennium pop-rock that establishes him as an audacious songwriter and player. He has struck that rare balance between astute complexity and utter pop appeal.” He has made hundreds of radio and television appearances, from regional TV shows to the Today show and the Late Show With David Letterman to a one-hour DIRECTV special, American Idol contestants have covered Moore’s songs “Blue Sky” and “Satisfied.” And the Austin Music Awards have repeatedly voted him Best Singer, Musician and Band.

  • The Youngs

    The Youngs

    The Youngs are Tim Young on guitar and vocals and Eryn Young on drums, sampler and vocals. Tim has played with Wayne Horvitz's Zony Mash and Sweeter than the Day forever, Varmint with Wayne and Robin Holcomb, V with Paul Moore, Very Special Forces, THRUSTER! with Nate Wood and Kaveh Rastegar, as well as appearing with a ton of people such as David Sylvian, Mike Patton, Bill Frisell, Eyvind Kang, Michael White, Julian Priester, Daniel Johnston, Sam Rivers, Obo Addy, Sam Ang Sam, Bloodbunny, Belinda Carlisle, Rufus Wainwright, Betty LaVette, Patty Austin, Todd Rundgren, Laura Veirs, Matt Chamberlain, Fiona Apple, Victor Krauss, Nikka Costa, Brian Reitzell and Thomas Wikins and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. In 1997 he released a very special album called "Timothy Young..with Very Special People". Eryn had a band with Ivory Smith that was called Honey, and then Bloodbunny. She has a dance/music ensemble called Foot in Mouth with Ivory, Alice de Muizon and Amelia Reeber. She's also currently working on her first solo project called Tigers and Butterflies. She attended Cornish College of the Arts and studied with Jay Clayton and Julian Priester. John Schuller comes from Gigantum, Asva, Earth and Master Musicians of Bukkake.

  • The Walcotts

    The Walcotts

    Pulling the name from the classic Band song "W.S. Walcott's Medicine Show" The Walcotts are just as the song suggests, a collective of "saints and sinners...all kinds of people you might want to know" "Dr John and Tom Waits spend a night drinking together somewhere between New Orleans and Los Angeles. A great cross-pollination of R&B, Soul and Country" -No Depression "If you are missing the music of Levon Helm, look no further" -L.A. Record "It’s the essence of true L.A. Americana music where country, blues, folk, gospel, jazz and country come together with an unforced, spontaneous and uncontrived feel." -Turnstyled Junkpiled "Like the ghost of Levon Helm, and songs like “Should Have Been Me” mix six or seven instruments together playing a great hook, without crowding one another out" -San Diego Troubadour

Set Times:
  • 08:00 PM - The Youngs
  • 09:15 PM - The Walcotts
  • 10:30 PM - Ian Moore & The Lossy Coils

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