Tangerine's Farewell Show

Neumos & KEXP Present

Tangerine's Farewell Show

Fauna Shade, Emma Lee Toyoda

Saturday 7/1

8:00 pm

$12.00 - $15.00

This event is 21 and over

Tangerine is moving to Los Angeles! Come celebrate with them Saturday July 1st as they play a send-off show with their BFFs Fauna Shade and Emma Lee Toyoda.


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Tangerine is a Seattle-based rock band, comprised of sisters Marika and Miro Justad, and Toby Kuhn formed in 2013. Among their wide-ranging influences, Tangerine lists the Strokes, The Clash, Haim, Velvet Underground, Courtney Love, Charli XCX, and and Mazzy Star, fusing rock n roll with R&B, 90s slacker rock, and chart pop.

On February 19th, 2016, their new EP will be released on Swoon Records. Called "Sugar Teeth", it's the bands first record written after getting a taste of life on the road, and sharing the stage with artists who deeply inspire them, from Palma Violets to Hinds to LOLAWOLF. Playful and bittersweet, "Sugar Teeth" explores a chaotic relationship, the bravado of youthful rebellion, and the nostalgia of faded friendships.
Fauna Shade
Fauna Shade is the music and sounds developed by frontman and Everett, Washington native Scotty Smith. Smith, now 21, combines psychedelia and pop sensibility from years spent experimenting, writing and recording tracks in his parents garage, located between the Puget Sound and Cascade Mountains. Joined live by drummer Richie Owen and bassist Derek Johnston, the band draws inspiration from early MGMT, Coco Rosie and T. Rex, while somehow forming a sound uncorrupted and free of pretense.

Their debut full length Baton Rouge, was recorded and co-produced by Jeff Southard at SWOON Studios (Night Beats, Tangerine) in Tacoma, Washington and released on April 18, 2015.

Consequence of Sound said it best; "Lead single "Marzipan" is a strange, swirling, wonderful example of what Smith is capable of. Guitars alternate between jaunty strolls of rippling reverb, feeling like rolling waves of drug-induced color. There's even a Floydian outro of zapping electronic wiggles. But the most fetching aspect of the track is Smith's voice itself. It's somewhere between T. Rex's Marc Bolan and WU LYF's Ellery James Roberts, part back-toothed growl, part heady vibrato. The captivating vocals are made even more intriguing by the lyrics about "a brief romantic encounter that [Smith] didn't want to end too soon": "What we had was nice / Mac and cheese, two spoons / Gone too soon."
Emma Lee Toyoda
Seattle-based singer-songwriter of the indie folk variety
Venue Information:
925 E Pike St
Seattle, WA, 98122