Kairos Creature Club • The Macks

Tue 06/18/24
$15 ADV // $18 DOS

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Kairos Creature Club

(Los Angeles, CA)
Genre: Garage Rock

Kairos Creature Club is a collection of songwriters and collaborators brought together by Lena Simon (La Luz) and Glenn Michael Van Dyke (Boytoy). Their debut EP Join the Club, out now on Greenway Records, is a collection of seven songs recorded during the pandemic at Simon and Van Dyke’s home studio in Jacksonville, Florida. While not wholly a concept album, their debut project’s tongue-in-cheek branding as an exclusive organization that requires membership, is a nod to a few of the record’s binding thematic threads – the confluence of religion, multi-level marketing and multi-level-marketing as a feature of late-stage capitalism. But the irony of music as a commodity is not lost on the group. Their self-aware approach to self promotion amidst a beautiful and tragic world is still unfolding, as is their identity. Join the Club features songs and parts by Lucas Harwood (King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard), Sarah Palin (Kush K), James Rubia (Animal Clinic), and Matthew Shaw (The Mother Gooses).

The Macks

(Portland, OR)
Genre: Blues, Garage Rock

The Macks are brothers Josef and Ben Windheim, Sam Fulwiler, Jacob Michael Perris, and Aidan Harrison. In 2022, the band came out with their lockdown project Rabbit, a raw and progressive take on rock and roll that launched them towards festivals and tours from Idaho to Mexico City. And now, before taking even a moment to breathe, The Macks are following it up with another release just months later. Self-produced in their Portland home, Dajiban builds on the creative successes of Rabbit, driving the band into more expansive, catchy, gnarly, and unmistakably “Macks” territory. With a lineup that has the group firing on all cylinders both live and in the studio, “Portland’s Best New Band” (WW) is exuding an invitational power that has folks turning heads, tuning in, and spelling it right.