Graveyard Club with Johnny Goth and Tiger March

Graveyard Club

Johnny Goth

Ages 21+
Graveyard Club with Johnny Goth and Tiger March at The Hi Hat!

Graveyard Club : Graveyard Club (Matthew Schufman (vocals, synths), Michael Wojtalewicz (guitar), Cory Jacobs (drums) and Amanda Zimmerman (bass, vocals) began inspired by a unique list of shared interests: the classic short stories of sci-fi author Ray Bradbury, the music of Ryan Gosling’s little-known band Dead Man’s Bones, and a fascination with both 50’s crooners and 80’s pop music. On their new record, Goodnight Paradise, these influences combine with synth-pop and dark surfy sounds to create a distinctly nostalgic feel for a place and time you feel you know intimately, but never really existed. It's Twin Peaks in Cathedral Hill and Boris Karloff at the Under-The-Sea prom of your dreams.

"Whether you grew up with New Order, The Cure, The Smiths, or Echo & the Bunnymen or dig artists like Real Estate, DIIV, Wild Nothing, The Drums, or Arcade Fire this band and album are for you. Graveyard Club draws from, and connects, these great artists while having a unique and expressive voice all their own. Goodnight Paradise is a beautiful record. It's honest, melodic, catchy, layered and simple yet complex - it's a perfect pop album " - Jake Rudh, Transmission, Minnesota Public Radio, The Current

Johnny Goth (LA): Johnny goth is a mysterious LA based singer-songwriter who has been producing all of his whispery tunes out of his bedroom since 2014. His music has been described as moody and gloomy as it blends elements of light-spirited bedroom pop with more dark and somber tones. Fans of a variety of genres can find comfort in this dark and dreamy world Johnny has grown to create.

Tiger March (LA): Tiger March is an indie pop, dreampop, synthpop band from Los Angeles. Formed by husband and wife duo Matthew and Annie Gleason, the band is comprised of Annie Gleason (vocals), Matthew Gleason (guitars and synth), Anil Sharma (bass and synth), and Tre Beaudoin (drums and samples).

Tiger March draws comparisons to the bands Stars, Chairlift, Beach House, School of Seven Bells, Postal Service, and Small Black with elements of danceable pop, chillwave, shoegaze, and synth-laden production.

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