Neighborhood Watch Presents Salt Lick (EP Release), Senor Fin, Coach Phillips
Wed, Jul 11, 2018 at 8pm
✨ Timbre Room and Neighborhood Watch presents… ✨
SALT LICK (EP Release Show!)
Timbre Room (entrance through Kremwerk’s main door)
1809 Minor Ave.
$10 Adv / $15 Door
Based out of Seattle, WA, Señor Fin writes rock songs inspired by the world around them. David Bjelland says, "The guitar interplay between JM and Ronan is like two frolicking sea lion tweens, gracefully spiraling around each other and every once in a while going in for a playful nip."
Coach Phillips is a Seattle-based indie pop/rock band comprised of Wade Phillips, Jessica Kim, and Chet Baughman, with support from bassist Tom Moskal (of La Fille) and guitarist Sabee Grewal (of Curtains).
Founded in the summer of 2017, Coach Phillips was fused when: Wade and Chet moved into Fremont’s historic Fitch/Nutt house, Jess moved into a house just down the street, a series of house-shows followed shortly after.
The ‘Learning How to Swim’ EP is the debut release from Coach Phillips, and was recorded at the Fitch/Nutt house with the help of former bassist and chicago-based recording engineer Justice Reed; the EP is characterized by guitar-driven songs which feature a mix of witty, romantic, and melancholic lyrics that tackle life’s numerous growing pains.
"...an infectious sound oozing positivity." - XuneMag (2018)
"...when it comes to summoning nostalgia, Coach Phillips really hits the nail on the (tape) head." — Capital Public Radio / NPR Music (2018)