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Thu July 5, 2018

Daisy O'Connor (Album Release!) and Madeline Tasquin (($10 before/$15 day of show))

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Daisy O'Connor

Austin-based songwriter Daisy O'Connor returns to The Lost Church to celebrate the release of a new EP entitled "Mixtape" (via Tremolo Records.) Naturally offbeat, Daisy's "keeping it weird" with this fresh batch of songs spanning a variety of genres (folk, rock, pop, bluegrass, even a nod to trip-hop). "Everything feels so heavy in the world right now, and I don't know what to do but write songs that make people smile" Daisy explains. While this album appears to be an effort to take life less seriously, there's undeniable depth to the songwriting. Recorded to 4-track cassette tape by Oklahoma's beloved producer-guitarist-spacealien Kyle Reid, "Mixtape" has a little something for everyone.

Home schooled Catholic in the country, young Daisy saved money to buy her first guitar by selling sheep and taught herself how to play in her unheated attic bedroom. Daisy went to college at 16, keeping music a bedroom hobby. Post-college Daisy spent 5 years working with women on the run from love gone wrong at a rural domestic violence shelter. During that time, Daisy met blue collar songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov, who inspired her to start writing songs. A native of Washington state, Daisy found rich songwriting soil in Texas and now calls Austin home. In 2014, Daisy self-published the "Do Be Do" EP, which quickly established her in the Austin music community, earning media attention, radio play, and a growing global fanbase. Her debut full length album "Lightchasers" (2017) is currently gaining global attention on Spotify, with over 10,000 people listening every month.

"a forceful combination of honesty and artistry." - Texas Music Magazine

Madeline Tasquin

Accompanying herself on piano, guitar or ukulele, often with an excellent band behind her, BC-born singer-songwriter-performer Madeline Tasquin delivers her intricately-crafted music with a radiant stage persona, with spontaneity, humour and vulnerability in all the right moments, guided by a voice that doesn’t seem it could possibly emerge from her small frame.

Daisy O'Connor

Austin-based songwriter Daisy O'Connor returns to The Lost Church to celebrate the release of a new EP entitled "Mixtape" (via Tremolo Records.) Naturally offbeat, Daisy's "keeping it weird" with this fresh batch of songs spanning a variety of genres (folk, rock, pop, bluegrass, even a nod to trip-hop). "Everything feels so heavy in the world right now, and I don't know what to do but write songs that make people smile" Daisy explains. While this album appears to be an effort to take life less seriously, there's undeniable depth to the songwriting. Recorded to 4-track cassette tape by Oklahoma's beloved producer-guitarist-spacealien Kyle Reid, "Mixtape" has a little something for everyone.

Home schooled Catholic in the country, young Daisy saved money to buy her first guitar by selling sheep and taught herself how to play in her unheated attic bedroom. Daisy went to college at 16, keeping music a bedroom hobby. Post-college Daisy spent 5 years working with women on the run from love gone wrong at a rural domestic violence shelter. During that time, Daisy met blue collar songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov, who inspired her to start writing songs. A native of Washington state, Daisy found rich songwriting soil in Texas and now calls Austin home. In 2014, Daisy self-published the "Do Be Do" EP, which quickly established her in the Austin music community, earning media attention, radio play, and a growing global fanbase. Her debut full length album "Lightchasers" (2017) is currently gaining global attention on Spotify, with over 10,000 people listening every month.

"a forceful combination of honesty and artistry." - Texas Music Magazine

Madeline Tasquin

Accompanying herself on piano, guitar or ukulele, often with an excellent band behind her, BC-born singer-songwriter-performer Madeline Tasquin delivers her intricately-crafted music with a radiant stage persona, with spontaneity, humour and vulnerability in all the right moments, guided by a voice that doesn’t seem it could possibly emerge from her small frame.

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