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Waterfall Wash

Waterfall Wash

Sad Baxter, Lawndry

Sat · April 1, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

Waterfall Wash
Waterfall Wash
A quirky mesh of folk rock and pop punk with inclinations toward the lo-fi / ambient spectrum. From sweeping synth textures to colorful layers of autoharp and steel guitar, their sound pivots across multiple genres to create a diverse sonic landscape.
Since 2013, they have run the gamut of Nashville's ever-growing music scene, playing festivals like East Nashville Underground, Tomato Art Festival & Sevier Park Fest, and frequenting clubs like The 5 Spot & The Basement. In February 2015 they were chosen as "Artist of the Week" on Lightning 100 and later advanced to the Top 8 bands in the city in the
radio station's Music City Mayhem contest. Their latest single "Married to the Sound" was recently featured in Relix Magazine's September issue.
Their new EP, entitled Become What You See, has been set for release in April 2017.
Sad Baxter
Sad Baxter
Nirvana. Nada Surf. The Muffs. These are bands Deezy and Alex love to talk about. Deezy loves to pronounce the phrase “hot dog” like “hort dorg”. Alex loves to eat pizza and talk about WaWa food markets. Deezy likes to make jokes about how pointless everything is, and Alex likes to laugh about it. Together, they form Sad Baxter from Nashville, TN. Described as heavy pop sludge, their songs keep coming back to one topic: sadness. Together they sing and scream, with words like “nothing” and “monster” rising from the dark, heavy heap. But no matter how much they might try to convince you that all hope is lost, Sad Baxter is a band that believes in something. They believe in failure. They believe in redemption. They believe in broken hearts. They believe in loud guitars. Most of all, they believe in each other. To see them play live is to step into a world created by Deezy and Alex, a world where heartbreak leads to hope and the drums drown out your doubts. They sing, they sweat, they say something awkward, and they’re back at it. The harmonies in their singing, the dynamics in their playing, it’s the musical equivalent of two people leaning on each other, worn out and weary, but walking together through the world. Sad Baxter is a band that makes intensity comforting and dissonant melodies catchy. All they ask is that you come as you are, sadness and all, and sing along.
Lawndry
Lawndry
Is music a strange thing to be spending time with in 2016? If so, that makes you and us very strange indeed. Lawndry is preoccupied with the rising seas, sex, how to be nice and how to improve. We're city hippies basically, without the smell and the long hair. We live in Nashville, and it is very weird here.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/