Deep Well (closing set), The Stereo Eclipse, Here at Home, Sondags

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Hotel Utah Saloon
09:00 PM
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Deep Well (closing set)

Deep Well is an Oakland-based Indie-Rock band comprised of Elijah Behar (vocals, guitar), Sam DeMello (drums), and Jordan Sperry (bass). The three members pooled their combined decades of recording and performing experience into an exhilarating, unpredictable live-music experience. Although their concerts are rooted in Elijah's original and compelling songwriting, they are quickly becoming known for their ability to mesmerize crowds with explosive improvisation. With influences ranging from Radiohead and Television to Leonard Cohen and The White Stripes, their sound is simultaneously familiar to lovers of true rock and roll and completely unique.

The Stereo Eclipse

With a mix of ambient and alternative influences defining their signature sound—Reverb Rock—San Francisco-based the Stereo Eclipse evolved from a recording project into a four-piece live band in 2014 before releasing its second EP, Surface Tension. Called an “off-kilter, unexpected surprise” by the Equal Ground, Surface Tension drew comparisons to Cocteau Twins, the Cure and Portishead with its unique and dreamy blend of post-rock and post-punk. Live, the band conjures the spirit of mid-80s Sonic Youth and Siouxsie & the Banshees to craft a haunting mood and an unforgettable, electrifying atmosphere.

Here at Home

Jeff Hanson has been active in the Bay Area music scene for well over the last 15 years. He’s had many of his own groups, as well as siding for local luminaries. He’s a Billboard award-winning songwriter, who has received extensive play on both commercial and collegiate radio.

He’s back in the saddle with Here At Home, which features Tony Rosa on bass and Mark Skorlich on drums.

Here At Home is an Oakland based power-pop trio, making music that many refer to as “classic” in style. Driving guitar, big bass and drums, and catchy vocal melodies…. fans of everyone from vintage Tom Petty to early Gin Blossoms through present-day Fountains Of Wayne will all find something to like in Here At Home. The sound is fresh but instantly recognizable, and listeners who know a good hook when they hear one will be generously rewarded.

Here At Home will be appearing at the SF’s Hotel Utah Thurs. March 1st, and then at Oakland’s own Stork Club Sat. March 17.

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