All Things Blue, Jake Tittle, Racoma, Cape Weather

All Things Blue

Jake Tittle, Racoma, Cape Weather

$10.00 - $12.00
Ages 21+
All Things Blue + Jake Tittle at the Hi Hat!

All Things Blue

All Things Blue is a Psychedelic Alternative Pop-Rock band lead by non-conformist front woman India Coombs. Shortly after Coombs drove across the country in herbroken down pickup truck from Allentown, Pennsylvania she teamed up with co-write/producer Jon Joseph in Los Angeles where she now resides.

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Jake Tittle

With a quivering voice and a gentle guitar, Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Jake Tittle approaches songwriting in a deeply personal and existential way. Accompanied by folk-rock and quasi-bluegrass arrangements, Tittle sings of family, friends and spiritual skepticism in a manner that feels almost conversational.

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Racoma

Racoma is a Seattle-based four-piece Indie Alternative Rock band. They love pizza, their parents, and good times. These boys know how to caress your ears with simple yet honest tunes that make you want to cry and laugh all at the same time.

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Cape Weather

Cape Weather is comprised of duo Natalie Smith and Eric Jackowitz, college best friends turned co-creators over their shared love of power pop and the cult classic movie “So I Married an Axe Murderer.” Though both have been entrenched in recording and releasing music for years (Smith under her solo moniker, Jackowitz with artist Nick Waterhouse and musical comedy group The Cooties, ) Cape Weather became a sound fused with “nostalgic indie-pop melodies” and “jingly guitar chords with delicate vocals”. Their first single “Telephono” debuted in 2018, which garnered favorable nods from the likes of NPR and the405.“Smith's deadpan performance exhibits an effortless cool," said NPR. "Her breezy vocals sit perfectly over bandmate Eric Jackowitz's production."

Their self titled EP followed in 2019 (released on Future Gods) — an amalgamation of instruments recorded and mixed in LA, Oakland, Nashville, New York, and Europe, Superfan 99 Records said the EP “echoes of 60s girl groups, calypso and a little garage grit too all through a washed-out filter” (Superfan picked up rights to the UK cassette release of the EP shortly after.)

With new music nearing finishing stages, the band is plotting a release on the very near horizon and is set to perform at SXSW 2020.

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Venue Information:
The Hi Hat
5043 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90042