Into the Night

Tamaryn (left), photo by Alexandra Gavillet; Mystic Braves, photo by Harrison Roberts

Music

Into the Night

Friday, July 17, 8:00 p.m.–12:00 a.m.

About the Program

Be mesmerized by sound and vision at an outdoor concert experience unlike any other! In the spirit of the multidimensional shows promoted by the legendary Bill Graham, watch a live liquid light show by the Joshua Light Show as you hear synth-pop act Tamaryn and psych rock band Mystic Braves perform live.

Also enjoy DJ Justin Gage (Aquarium Drunkard) on turntables, rare late-night gallery hours, interactive poetry and art making, signature cocktails, and many more surprises!

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Show details

Founded by Joshua White in 1967, the Joshua Light Show were the resident special effects artists at the Graham-operated Fillmore East from 1968 until the venue closed in 1971, headlining alongside such rock & roll icons as the Who, the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Their light shows, choreographed to the music, were considered among the most technically and artistically sophisticated of the period. Since the early 2000s, the Joshua Light Show has collaborated with contemporary artists to add video and digital techniques to their mesmerizing manipulations of light and color.

Tamaryn recently debuted the title track off her forthcoming album, Cranekiss, which will be released August 28. Celebrated for the guitar-based, ethereal music on her two previous albums—The Waves (2010) and Tender New Signs (2012)—Tamaryn incorporates samples, synth triggers, and musical processing into her expansive yet intimate sonic repertoire. The Weekend’s Shaun Durkan and producer Jorge Elbrecht contributed to Cranekiss.

A five-piece pysch rock band based in Los Angeles, Mystic Braves is currently working on their third studio album, which adds elevated songwriting and a variety of exotic instruments to their retro-inspired yet altogether contemporary sound. Since releasing the single “Trippin’ Like I Do” in 2013, Mystic Braves have performed to enthusiastic crowds at festivals and venues throughout the country.

DJ Justin Gage is the founder of the wildly read and respected music blog Aquarium Drunkard, which has been adapted into the Aquarium Drunkard Show on SiriusXM. 

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Check out the audio for Tamaryn's brand new single, the title track off her forthcoming album, Cranekiss.