Bird Concerns, Innocent Alex, Rubaiyat

Spaceland Presents

Bird Concerns

Innocent Alex

Rubaiyat

Wed January 30, 2019

8:00 pm

The Love Song

Los Angeles, CA

Free

This event is 21 and over

Bird Concerns
Bird Concerns
Bird Concerns is a four-piece garage rock band from Los Angeles, California. The musical collective began as a collaboration between fellow CalArts students, Marcus Buser (Bass, Vocals), Travis Meador (Guitar, Vocals), Jake Sucher (Guitar, Vocals) and Cooper Wolken (Drums, Vocals). Built upon four-part harmonies, interweaving guitars and infectious rhythms, Bird Concerns is delivering a fresh approach to rock’n’roll.

Inspired by their jazz and classical studies, the vibrancy of the Los Angeles art scene and rock bands such as The Zombies, Deerhoof, and The Cure, Bird Concerns has succeeded in crafting their own unique take on rock music. “We wanted to make something that is rooted in tradition, but has something new to say. We're more interested in asking questions than giving statements.”, reveals Buser.

Bird Concerns has been making waves by headlining high profile Los Angeles venues, as well as recently coming off of a successful west coast tour. The four-piece has also been featured on numerous tastemaker blogs and media outlets. ‘The Monster’ and ‘Oh Well’ are the band's two newest singles, available on all digital platforms.

Bird Concerns is Travis Meador, Cooper Wolken, Jake Sucher, and Marcus Buser.
Innocent Alex
Innocent Alex
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Rubaiyat
Rubaiyat
Rubaiyat is a four piece doom-wop band based out of Los Angeles, California.
Singer/songwriter Joel Carl Heinrich ( Black Ass Humans of the Neon Future,
The Oarsman, Rat Rios) has teamed up with his friends to play earnest love
songs in the key of Chad Vangaalen while exploring the raw emotional side of
relationships. Rubaiyat’s songs are a romp through a lover’s heart; from Out in the Night’s
rowdy “drunk on the moon” lover stumbling home for romance in the backyard
to Yer Ture’s sweetly, sincere and misplaced love where Joel channels
Kim Gordon’s woeful croon, singing “You were my friend/but I loved you”
Rubaiyat captures the spectrum of our emotional lives with the lyrical care of
​Leonard Cohen or Tom Waits.

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