March for Our Lives Benefit ft. Bloodboy

The HI Hat & Buzzbands LA Present

March for Our Lives Benefit ft. Bloodboy

Lone Kodiak, Wildling, Raener

Tue · March 20, 2018

7:00 pm


This event is all ages

With DJ sets from James Supercave.

March For Our Lives is a movement dedicated to student-led activism around ending gun violence and the epidemic of mass shootings in our schools today.

You can support the March for Our Lives movement and student-led activism by supporting the March For Our Lives Initiative at Everytown for Gun Safety, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Bloodboy. The name may sound like a villain’s sidekick, though the protagonist and brains behind the LA-based project, Lexie Papilion, is everything but. Papilion’s punk-infused pop rests upon her striking, powerful vocals and often unpredictable stage presence. At once intimate and commanding, Papilion's music leaves you with the feeling that she’s not just here to save you—she’s here to save herself. Little more than a year after the release of her debut EP, which earned her a spot on Consequence of Sound's Five Rising L.A. Artists You Need To Hear, Papilion is preparing to release her debut LP, Punk Adjacent. Acting on her desire to escape the insanity of Los Angeles, Papilion retreated to a small cabin in rural Louisiana to find inspiration for the new record. While there, she frequented local venues and reveled in the energy of native zydeco bands. Her biggest inspiration from the trip, however, came from watching “Golden Era” television shows. “I fell in love Gilligan’s Island,” she laughs. “The aesthetic and the score, which is some of John Williams’ earliest work, are amazing. It inspired a more cinematic element than I’ve explored in the past.”  After returning to Los Angeles with enough new material for “three full-length records,” Papilion enlisted producer Taylor Locke (The New Pornographers, Linda Thompson) to help bring the songs to fruition. As the name suggests, the resulting Punk Adjacent is an exhilarating record that would not have felt out of place at 1970s-era CBGB. Sparkling guitars, complex arrangements and Papilion’s signature soaring vocals compliment her unique ability to explore taboo themes in a way that feels simultaneously tongue-in-cheek and sincere. This new chapter sees Papilion continuing to push the boundaries of pop-rock music into exciting, uncharted territory. If it wasn’t obvious already, Bloodboy isn’t going anywhere.
Lone Kodiak
Lone Kodiak is an LA-based indie rock band known for their vast, intimate and moody sound, passionate performances, and deeply affecting lyrical content. It is comprised of Dainéal Parker (the visionary), Daniel Alden (no one cares about the bassist), both founding members of emberghost, the Portland rock band that was in talks with Sony Music before tragedy struck the group, along with former We are Kings and Queens drummer Andrew Smith (the conscience).
raener is daniel fox, willem van boldrik, zach bilson, and daniel vanchieri. they live in an aging craftsman in los felix, ca where they indie rock music with there hands and voices. after making music together for a few months in a dewey garage in downtown los angeles, they packed as much equipment they could fit in the back of a big blue van and drove to small farm in eastern oregon. here they recorded and wrote a wealth of material, set to release in early 2017.
Venue Information:
The Hi Hat
5043 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90042