Hi Hat's 3 Year Anniversary Week ft. Kid Cadaver

The Hi Hat & Common Ground Records Present

Hi Hat's 3 Year Anniversary Week ft. Kid Cadaver

Glacier Veins, Gardenside, Early Internet

Sun · January 27, 2019

7:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is all ages

Kid Cadaver
Kid Cadaver
San Fernando Valley natives, Kid Cadaver is an LA-based, three-piece indie rock band that deliver hook-driven songs that are known for their infectious, gang vocal choruses. Though they are collectively inspired by groups such as Tokyo Police Club, The Postal Service, and Vampire Weekend, Kid Cadaver carves their own unique blend of pop and post-punk into the landscape. Kid Cadaver previously released self-titled EP featured the tracks "Stable" and "Teach You the Tongue" which was frequently featured on KROQ, ALT 98.7, as well as Showtime's "Shameless".

With their new EP "Roam", Kid Cadaver has expanded their sound that is more direct and emotionally diverse. Their new single "New Friends" has received unanimous praise from outlets like ALT 98.7 and Free Bike Valet. KROQ named Kid Cadaver in the top 5 hyped 'Locals Only' bands at SXSW 2015. "Roam" will be released digitally as a free download on August 21th.
Glacier Veins
Dream Punk from Portland, OR.
Releasing their debut EP in the early months of 2017, Gardenside is one of the newest bands infiltrating the alternative music scene. Capturing the essence of bands like Jimmy Eat World and Weezer, while injecting pop punk-inspired roots, their album is quickly gaining notoriety as one of the catchiest and most original sounding debut releases in years.  Los Angeles-based Gardenside is moving fast, and about to be your new favourite band. 
Early Internet
Early Internet is the new project of Dean Stafford and a variety of other Austin based performers. A veteran of the Austin music scene, Stafford was a member of Pompeii for over ten years, releasing three albums, including 2014's post rock masterpiece 'Loom.' After going on a hiatus with Pompeii. Stafford returned his focus to steadily writing and arranging his own songs.

As Early Internet, Stafford writes quiet pop gems in line with influences like Nada Surf and Ben Gibbard as well as contemporaries such as Frightened Rabbit and Mitski; songs tinged with nostalgia and crafted with a careful eye for heartbreaking lyrics and arresting musical details. Since late 2015, he has been performing with a variety of musicians from fellow local bands like Football etc, A. Sinclair and more to bring the songs to life. The first Early Internet EP is set for release later this year.
Venue Information:
The Hi Hat
5043 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90042