Mamma's Cave Presents: Down North W/ Black Shelton and the American Dream, 8 Bit Brass Band, Thaddillac $15ADV
Fri, May 26 at 8pm
Sadly Lofi will be closing its doors July 1, 2023. For over 20 years the beloved venue has been a mainstay in Seattle's underground dance scene and has hosted a wide variety of bands-both local and national.
Mamma Casserole has been a supporter of Lofi for all this time, intially djing at events and then booking live acts when the Comet Tavern stopped booking bands in the fall of 2013.
Although Mamma mostly retired from booking shows this event on May 26 will be an opportunity for her to say farewell and to celebrate this incredible venue.
Hope you can all make it.
Show features Down North and Special Guests TBA
Musical Shape Shifters
There are some performers who come to music later in life. Then, there are folks who you can just tell were voracious students and consumers of music since before they could talk. Seattle / Los Angeles / North Carolina based quartet Down North fall squarely into the latter group. Trying to pin genre tags onto their unique brand of psych-infused punk soul is an exercise in futility. These creatives pick and choose just-right bits and flavors drawn from the whole of modern western music like painters with unlimited palates.
Black Shelton and the American Dream (PDX)
8 Bit Brass Band
8-Bit Brass Band is a cosplaying, mobile party band specializing in video game tunes, anime anthems, movie mashups, and fandom favorites, celebrating everyone’s inner nerd on the streets and stages of Seattle – and beyond!
Thaddeus Turner, also known as Thaddilac is a Seattle institution. He’s currently the music director for the Grammy award-winning Digable Planets, is lead guitarist of Maktub, and has toured with the likes of Dave Matthews, India Arie, Lauyrn Hill, Stone Gossard, and many others. He’s also the co-founder of Totem Star, a non-profit dedicated to “amplify and empower youth voice through music production and performance to strengthen life skills in leadership, civic engagement, and community building.”
$15/$20 Day of Show