LOCATE S,1 + Color Green + Plum Vision
July 25 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm MDT
Duck Club Presents
with Plum Vision
Tuesday, July 25th
at SHRINE BASEMENT
$12 adv / $15 door
7:00pm doors / 8:00pm show
Having rotated between a handful of cast and characters under various titles over the years (Jepeto Solutions, CE Schneider Topical, Christina Schneider’s Genius Grant…) Schneider has settled on the pop moniker Locate S,1 for her newest album, Healing Contest. Healing Contest stands out as the fully realized, high-fidelity collaboration pairing Schneider’s compositions with the iconic creative force behind of Montreal. Produced, engineered and mixed by Kevin Barnes, Healing Contest is the debut release from Barnes’ new label, Sybaritic Peer.
On Healing Contest, Schneider is back with a futuristic palette of electronic drums, funky bass lines, and quietly hyperactive chord progressions that are sure to impress even the most learned musical millennial. Locate S,1 is the result of a seasoned songwriter cum lo-fi home-recorder delving into the world of mid-fi pop, with results that are pleasantly difficult to define; a technical tour-de-force that extrapolates high-brow jazz harmonics and prog-rock time signatures into a whole menagerie of new forms -all while still passing as pop.
Recorded in Athens, GA with a wrecking crew of some of the Georgia’s finest, each song is a gem, layered with facet after facet of shimmering ear candy. A polished statement from a songwriter who is truly in a class of her own. Healing Contest is out digitally from Sybaritic Peer 4/20/18, and out on CD and vinyl from Nicey Music in 05/18/18
Color Green is an American Rock and Roll Duo based in Los Angeles, consisting of Noah Kohll (Current Joys, Young Guv, Surf Curse, Dark Tea) and Corey Madden (Richard Rose, Grave Flowers Bongo Band).
Color Green formed in Ridgewood, Queens in 2018. The duo created a 4 song self-titled debut EP released by Maximum Exposure in 2020. Recently signing to ORG records and Aquarium Drunkard, Color Green recorded 2 singles and a full length album that will debut in 2022. Their sound culls from the eternal solitude of working musicians, the feeling of infinite transition, and the need to create a space that transmits the strange sounds of American music.
Pulling from the Allman Brothers, Acetone, the Grateful Dead, and other acts from the dusty storage boxes of their attics, Color Green are searchers for a continuation of classic songwriting through the use of collaboration and close examination of the relics of yesterday’s past, while maintaining the spirit of themselves.
If you’re looking for a band that will make you want to dance, cry, and call your ex, you’ll want to see Plum Vision. Created in Boise, ID through mutual friends and craigslist ads, this trio combines melodic soft rock and good ol’ fashioned riot girl punk. Plum Vision recently kicked off Boise’s first ever Flipside Fest in Garden City, ID and their music can often be heard on Radio Boise. Somewhere between Veruca Salt, Wet Leg, and Pretty sick, Plum Vision has a song for everyone.