Ezra Furman and his Band

Ezra Furman and his Band

City Tribe, Split Screens

Thu, December 6, 2012

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Brick & Mortar Music Hall

San Francisco, CA

$7.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

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Ezra Furman and his Band
Ezra Furman and his Band
Ezra Furman started writing songs. Then he broke up with his longtime sweetie and formed a blistering rock and roll band called Ezra Furman & the Harpoons. They made albums: Banging Down the Doors (2007), Inside the Human Body (2008), Moon Face (2009), Mysterious Power (2011). And they played some really great shows. They even became popular overseas.

Then Ezra went solo. He holed up in the attic and made The Year of No Returning, released it in 2012. Right now he is one of the best songwriters around. He rocks, he connects, he haunts and he kills. He plays fantastic shows all over the place. He's one of our finest rocknroll fools, heart open wide and fangs bared. Keep your eyes peeled, ladies and gents, because he's far from finished.
City Tribe
City Tribe
"City Tribe have a great talent for music that wraps the listener in a relaxing blanket of sweet harmonies and lush guitar tones, yet the underlying intricacies in their songs make for a very interesting listen. With unexpected cadences, and varied rhythmic/harmonic structure in the vocal lines, City Tribe accomplish a strong hybrid of catchy and intriguing."
-Buzzchips.com
Split Screens
Split Screens
Split Screens is the solo project of multi-instrumentalist Jesse Cafiero. Born out of the inspiring move from the east coast to San Francisco, Split Screens began as Jesse's creative outlet on the side, slowly taking it's shape while he was busy making his name in San Francisco as a bass player, sharing the stage at times with the likes of Thao Nguyen, John Vanderslice and Sean Hayes.

Crafted entirely at the enigmatic Coyote Hearing Studios in Oakland, CA, Split Screens' debut self-titled EP was produced and engineered by Jeremy Black (Apollo Sunshine, Ferocious Few). Highlighting the unique voice of the lap steel guitar, Jesse sang and played the majority of instruments on the record, along with the talents of drummer Rory O'Connor (Tycho, Com Truise) and vibraphonist Geneva Harrison (Rachel Goodrich, DRMS). The result is a dreamy compilation of songs blending between the themes of life and loss, at moments trance-like and reflective, at other times driven with cacophonous intensity.
Venue Information:
Brick & Mortar Music Hall
1710 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
http://www.brickandmortarmusic.com/