The Annual SXSW Send Off Party

312unes Presents:

The Annual SXSW Send Off Party

Dehd, Waco Brothers, Tatiana Hazel, Tasha, The Curls, Half Gringa

Sat, March 9, 2019

4:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$10 at the door

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The Annual SXSW Send Off Party
The Annual SXSW Send Off Party
Chicago bands headed to Austin for SXSW hit the stage for an all-day showcase with the proceeds going to their respective treks down to the lone star state.
Dehd
Dehd
Rock band from Chicago, IL

From the fog, pop prevails. Members Emily Kempf, Eric McGrady and Jason Balla formed Dehd in the Summer of 2 thousand 15. Kempf and Balla's vocals meet and depart over wiggling guitar licks and the lazy rhythms of McGrady's stand-up drum kit. Dizzy days and desert nights are the stuff dreams are made of, as are the musical recordings Dehd have assembled.
Waco Brothers
Waco Brothers
Bloodshot recording artistes The Waco Brothers have played SXSW every year since 1953 and can usually be found randomly colliding with each other onstage or at their office; Guero's on South Congress
Tatiana Hazel
Tatiana Hazel
Tatiana Hazel is a singer, songwriter, producer, and fashion designer from the west side of Chicago. At the age of 11 Tatiana taught herself to play guitar and she has been writing her own songs ever since. When she was 13 years old she started a Youtube channel where she would go on to develop a following by posting videos of herself performing original songs over her acoustic guitar. Tatiana put her Youtube channel on hold when she began attending Columbia College Chicago. During her time at Columbia, the singer taught herself how to produce music and dropped out of school after one year in order to pursue her music career. After releasing her first ever Spanish single “Dimelo” Tatiana was discovered by Latin news publication, Remezcla, who would go on to list Tatiana as the number one artist to listen to on their Nuevo Noise Spotify playlist. Tatiana followed up the success of “Dimelo” by releasing another self-produced Spanish language single, “No Me Encuentras”. After the release of her second single, Tatiana was discovered by Apple Music and was invited to play her new material at the Apple Music offices in Los Angeles. Tatiana is currently working on releasing her debut EP, TOXIC.
Tasha
Tasha
Raised in Chicago, TASHA started out where many notable Chicago artists have- participating in Young Chicago Authors at just 15. “It was writing and performing that allowed me to appreciate and love my blackness,” says TASHA. In 2016, TASHA released her first project, Divine Love. Armed with an electric guitar, she seamlessly incorporates poetry into her sets; speaking on Black joy, self-love, and radical softness. Her work for nonprofit, BYP100, is also a source of inspiration for TASHA’s art. She believes in a world without police and prisons, and uses her art, above all else, as a vessel for revolution, liberation, and love.
The Curls
The Curls
Chicago art-rockers The Curls don’t subscribe to any one notion of what their music should sound like. They have developed an innate ability to craft engaging, eclectic songs while maintaining true to their absurdist and experimental instincts.
The group has rapidly evolved and expanded since it's two-piece inception in 2014. The current core lineup consists of husband/wife combo Mick Fansler and Jenny Marshall, Anna Holmquist, Carl Swoveland, Rami Atassi and Michael Macdonald. The band's live performances now often incorporate a larger ensemble of 9 to 11 people with choreographed dance, reminiscent of a Stop Making Sense fever dream.
The group's 2017 record, Super Unit, deftly wove post-punk, psych-pop, jazz, lounge and doo-wop into one delirious spree. The Curls recently announced they are working on a follow-up record to be released late 2018.
Half Gringa
Half Gringa
Half Gringa is the songwriting project of Izzy Olive.
An emotional scab-picker, her work explores the confluence of Latinx and Midwestern identity. Her first LP, Gruñona, reveals a palimpsest of wounds upon scars. Contemplative and choleric, all manner of memorials to the past are revealed—mountains, dive bars, orchards, trains, expressways, tiny kitchens, Chicago, Caracas, and outer space. With a full band, Half Gringa's debut coaxes confession after confession out of Olive's insistent guitar and undaunted vocals; Andres Fonseca's tender bass lines; Sam Cantor's impish, mesmerizing guitar; and crowned by Ivan Pyzow's trumpet swagger. Simultaneously boastful, scathing, forgiving, and hopeful, Gruñona confronts the human ache of wanting and curse of taking. It recognizes that an identity is a journey that names you.
Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com