Event Date: Saturday Jul 01, 2017
Doors open at 9:00PM
Show time:

Advance $10 | Door $15
Advance tickets available here

A night of synth sounds merging both poppy, dark and moody with three of Houston’s best synth/electronic acts on the same stage.

Night Drive creates modern synth-pop that explores the darker currents of abstract emotion. Infectious melodies wrapped in thoughtful lyrics with pulsing dance beats unveil a stylish, energetic sound that has been featured in film, tv and radio around the world. Touring and opening for international bands such as CHVRCHES, Austra, Yacht, Robert DeLong, Miami Horror and The Psychedelic Furs, Night Drive has quickly garnered a reputation as a captivating, must see live show. Their self titled debut album is available June 16.

Camera Cult creates Indie synth pop sounds “that’ll make even the too-cool-for-school crowd shake it.”

-Us. (Avery Davis) Playing every instrument and singing all the vocal parts himself, the Houston Press Music Award-winner crafts dance and R&B-laced electro pop. Under -Us., the independent Houston musician has released several covers and remixes, as well as original works like V.XXVII.IX, a five-track EP that incorporated all of Davis’ influences — including Thom Yorke, Neon Indian, Washed Out and James Blake — into a single project. Making his major festival debuts at Houston’s Day For Night and Free Press Summer Fest, -Us. gears up for his sophomore EP, “Contact”, to be followed by full-length release.