In The Spotlight: Stooges Brass Band, The Crooked Vines

By Tate Kamish

After our second ever World Cafe Live Spotlight Artist show, we are confident that  The Crooked Vines and The Stooges Brass Band  will soon be household names for fans of funk, jazz, and so much in between.

In the spirit of Mardi Gras, The Crooked Vines started off the evening with a funk-fueled, pop set, after which one enthusiastic woman told me we “should definitely have this band back!”


The Stooges Brass Band has earned their rank as one of the elite brass bands in New Orleans. The band consistently provides a welcome blast of true New Orleans spirit, engaging audiences with their innovative blend of traditional New Orleans brass sounds, contemporary jazz and hip-hop beats.

Friday’s performance proved to be no different in that the room was flooded with energy, bringing out a diverse crowd with one thing in common: everyone came ready to dance–mirroring The Stooges’ steps the whole time.


Next up under the World Cafe Live Spotlight are local artists, Kingsley Ibeneche & Taylor Kelly on March 28th, followed by Motel Radio with Quiet Hollers on April 19th!

Although the events are FREE, we ask that you please RSVP ahead of time. We hope to see you then!


Local Lineup: Ceramic Animal + Sixteen Jackies

By: Tate Kamish

In preparation for Saturday’s show with Dr. Danny (of The Lemon Twigs), we wanted to get to know our local artists, Ceramic Animal and Sixteen Jackies, a little bit better. Read on to find out more about some of their favorite places to go in Philly, pre-show rituals, dream reality TV shows, and more! For tickets, click here.

Ceramic Animal

How long have you been playing together as a group?

Warren, Elliott, and I are brothers, we have been playing together since we were squirts. We started playing out together maybe 4 or 5 years ago doing covers. Then Ceramic Animal came on about 2 years ago. Our first bassist left the band, so our friend Dallas hopped on board about 6 months ago which has been great. – Erik

Do you have any pre-show rituals?

We first show glory to the Gods by exhibiting our strength and endurance. We do this by seeing who can lift Erik the highest off of the ground. Dallas is the current record holder but he has the height advantage and also the longest arms. Elliott almost had him beat but the grip in El’s left hand is much weaker than his right – this made the initial heave lopsided and upon reaching apex, Erik’s right foot was lower than his left (the lowest portion of Erik’s body is the official result). After that we participate in the ceremonial Purgato Vestimenta Sua or “The Steaming of the Suit”. This is where we steam out the wrinkles in our handsome suits. We do this for 30 minutes in absolute silence. We then slue some swill and I change my strings. – Warren

What are some of your favorite things to do/places to go in Philly?

We usually kick around Northern Liberties or Fishburgh. I like Ortlieb’s because that is where me and my best cronies go. – Warren

How do you think Philly has shaped you as a band–if you think it has?

Well, we used to say we were a band from Doylestown but now we trick everyone by saying we are a band from Philly 🙂 – but really much of what I write about stems from experiences I’ve had here. We have also met a lot of good cats that have guided us with advice and shows when we were first kicking off. – Warren

What kind of experience do you want to create at your shows?

We want to bring energy, we want to expand the album tracks and make sure that the songs feel live. I have always dug the idea that the record and the live set are two unique experiences. There are also a few distinct original songs we only play at our shows. – Warren

Congrats on qualifying for SXSW. How do you feel about that?

It’s a real treat, something we have been looking forward to for a while. There are a lot of bands we want to see, as well as supporting our Philly m8s. We really just want to soak as much in as possible. – Warren

Given that your name is Ceramic Animal, what do you think the “spirit animal” of the band would be?

Probably the Ouroboros. – Erik

Ceramic Animal’s second album is due out this spring. In the meantime, you can marinate in their dreamy single, “So Familiar,” below:

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Questions answered by lead singer, Joey DeMarco–pictured on the far left. 

How long have you been playing together as a group?

We’ve been playing together since May of 2016 but before that all of us have had previous projects with Ian (our drummer) over the years. You can still find two of them, Teenage Mysticism and The Plums, here and there on the internet.

Are you all from Philly?

Everyone in the band besides me is from York, PA. I’m from Fredericksburg, VA but I lived in York back in 2012 which is when I met all of them.

What are some of your favorite spots in Philly?

To be honest my personal favorite spots in Philly are the three Ritz theaters in Old City. They’re basically my church.

Who would your dream collaboration be with? Dead or alive…

My dream collaboration would be with Brian Eno as a producer in the mid 70s, around the time he was working with Devo, Bowie and countless others. He truly was a wellspring of shocking and fun ideas that still seem inventive 40 years later. Collaborating with Bjork or Kanye wouldn’t be too shabby either…

I heard you are a big fan of horror movies… What is your favorite horror movie? Why?

My three favorite horror movies (a.k.a. my favorite movies) right now are Whatever Happened To Baby Jane (1962), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), and Black Christmas (1974) but if you really twisted my arm I’d say Texas Chainsaw is my favorite. I love the gritty camerawork and am floored by the level of savagery Tobe Hooper was able to conjure so early on in the development of “the slasher film” as a genre. There are a ton of interesting ideas at play and the last 30 minutes couldn’t be more sonically abrasive and horrifying. The last song off of our upcoming EP is called “VHS #2 (Masks)” and I pulled all sorts of images and actions from TCM for the lyrics.

How do you want the audience to feel at your shows?

If they’re a stiff type of person that isn’t into the idea of seeing a performer in drag or in general is just too easily shocked, I’d like to be the hand that pushes them out of their comfort zone, encourages them to let their freak flag fly, and hopefully gets them to move their hips a little. As for all the weirdos and freaks out there I just want them do be hyped on what we’re doing and I want to be a voice that emboldens their creativity and willingness to stand out in the crowd, like what Bowie was for teenagers back in the day. I know I’m not that voice yet but, y’know… hopefully someday.


Describe your music in one word.


What was your AIM username?

What’s funny is I used AIM every single day of my like back when I was 14 and 15 and I have no idea what my username was.

If you had to come up with a concept for a reality TV show, what would it be?

Ok so get this, a celebrity murder-mystery dinner party type thing with John Waters as the host. Famous people getting “killed off” one by one while the remaining contestants try to find the killer. Some ideas for guests on the first episode: Nicole Kidman, Uma Thurman, Crispin Glover, RuPaul, and Nicholas Cage. I dunno, I’d watch it.

Sixteen Jackies just released their first EP, Movie Was Bad , this fall, and will be releasing their debut LP this spring via Born Losers Records.


Beats, Brews, & BBQ 2018

This past December marked the 10th annual Winter Beer Fest. Guests enjoyed samples from a variety of breweries both near and far as well as delicious food prepared by our Executive Chef, Rob Cottman. Plus, the beloved Whiskeyhickon Boys performed not one, but two sets!   

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Photo by: Jonathan Pearson

Bummed you missed out on all the fun? Eager to do it again? We’ve got you covered, and this time with 4x as many tables of beer! Our 14th annual Beats, Brews & BBQ is happening on February 24th. Starting at 1pm, we will be pouring beers from over 40 breweries, including year-round offerings, seasonals, and rarities.

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Photo by: Jonathan Pearson

“We are really trying to put together a nice mix of larger national and international craft breweries as well as up-and-coming local and regional breweries, including stuff that is new to the market,” explains our Bar Manager, Shane Flanders, “There will be something for everyone.” 

Tickets include 3oz. samples of all the beers, the best of barbecue, and a performance by the Bob Lowery Band. Plus, brewery reps will be present to answer any and all questions you may have about their products! 

Pretty sweet deal, right?

It gets better.

By upgrading to a VIP ticket, guests will be able to enjoy all beers plus a few VIP exclusives–including the legendary imperial, Molotov Surprise, from Evil Twin Brewing. For tickets and more information, visit our website.


P.S. Don’t drink and drive! World Cafe Live is conveniently located just two blocks from 30th Street Station, and on the route of several SEPTA bus lines, allowing you to enjoy sampling several beers without the worry of driving home afterward.

Phoebe Bridgers on her songwriting process, biggest inspirations, 2018 goals

By: Tate Kamish

Over a cup of coffee on a snowy afternoon, I had the pleasure of chatting with Los Angeles-based, folk-rock musician, Phoebe Bridgers. Well, she was making coffee as we spoke on the phone just a few days before embarking on tour. Although the 23-year-old has already toured with a handful of notable artists, including Julien Baker and Conor Oberst, this will be her first tour where she is headlining–with the exception of a couple of dates supporting Bon Iver.

“I’m actually really curious to see who comes to these shows,” she says with excitement in her voice, “I don’t really know what my demographic is or if my shows are loud or quiet… that sorta thing.”

Reflecting on her last tour with Conor Oberst, Bridgers has nothing but positive remarks: “He’s the best. Truly. I was on the bus by myself one time with him and 13 of his friends, and everybody was so nice to me to the point where they were buying me all this chocolate like, try this one; try this one!” She adds, “And I love chocolate.”

People often say, don’t meet your heroes, for fear of being disappointed, but for Bridgers, it seems to have worked out perfectly. Growing up, she really connected with the music of Oberst and Elliott Smith, who were inspired by Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, and Neil Young–some of her favorite artists as well.

“My first concert was Kelly Clarkson; I was obsessed. Then I saw Neil Young the same year,” she laughs before adding with confidence, “That tells you more about me than any other question will.”


Bridgers’ debut LP, Stranger in the Alps, is a collection of hauntingly beautiful, intimate songs about loneliness, relationships, and death. On her songwriting process, Bridgers explains, “I have an ongoing note on my phone of weird stuff that I feel like would make it into a song. Basically I tweet at myself all day, [or] I’ll have a melody in my head and the words will just come naturally.” She pauses, “A lot of times I’ll write from the inside out.”

Despite her songs having a dark overtone, Bridgers seems to have a very bright disposition. She reveals that she is  happiest when outside, naming the Griffith Observatory as one of her go-to spots. In fact, one of her favorite parts of touring is seeing aspects of nature that she has not yet experienced, and asking locals about their favorite hikes and trails.  

Likewise, Bridgers deeply values connecting with her audiences: “I’ll have amazing conversations with audience members. I like that people bring themselves and their lives to my shows.” With each performance, she wants to inspire more women to write songs of their own. 

Bridgers is also itching to record again, hoping to both find some studio time, as well as “still love touring,” by the end of the year. Until then, she will continue the ongoing stream-of-consciousness on her phone, maybe even including some of her most-used emojis–Screen Shot 2018-02-02 at 12.49.22 PM.png

WXPN welcomes Phoebe Bridgers and Soccer Mommy to the World Cafe Live stage on February 21st, and you do not want to miss it. For tickets and more information, visit our website.

February 2018 Staff Picks

John OatesGin BlossomsSyleena Johnson, and Phoebe Bridgers are just a few of the amazing artists we have coming to the World Cafe Live stage this February. Plus, we have our second show of the Spotlight Artist Series featuring The Stooges Brass Band with their unique blend of authentic New Orleans brass, contemporary jazz, and hip-hop beats—oh yeah, and it’s completely FREE! What better way to celebrate Mardi Gras?

You can check out these artists and more on WCL’s February Spotify playlist.

John Oates is one half of the best-selling duo of all time Hall & Oates, as well as an accomplished solo artist. Daryl Hall & John Oates have gone on to record 21 albums, which have sold over 80 million units, making them the most successful duo in rock history. They have scored 10 #1 records, over 20 Top-40 hits, and have toured the world for decades.Since embarking on a long awaited solo career in 1999, Oates has recorded five solo albums: Phunk Shui1000 Miles of LifeMississippi Mile, a live album called The Bluesville Sessions, and Good Road To Follow. You do not want to miss his performance with The Good Road Band on February 6th!

Favorite tracks: “Color of Love,” “Bad Bad Love,” “Different Kind of Groove Sometime” 

Syleena Johnson is one of those undeniable talents whose unfaltering truth shines through every note she sings, and we are so excited for her to take the World Cafe Live stage on February 9th. Undoubtedly one of the best singers of her generation, Johnson has collaborated with everyone from Kanye West and Common to Anthony Hamilton and R. Kelly. Her 2017 record, Rebirth of Soul, features covers hand-picked by her father, Syl Johnson—including his own “Is It Because I’m Black?”

Favorite tracks: “Make Me Yours,” “Guess What,” “Is It Because I’m Black?”

The Stooges Brass Band, widely considered one of New Orleans’ elite brass bands, is playing the World Cafe Live on February 16th as part of our new Spotlight Artist Series—bringing you the best emerging talent to come through Philly. Over the course of a twenty-year career, the Stooges have shared the stage with greats including Jessica Simpson, Galactic, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Trombone Shorty, Shemekia Copeland, Pedrito Martinez Group, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Ozomatli, Black Star (Mos Def & Talib Kweli), Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, and The Funky Meters, among others.

Favorite tracks: “Stooges Party,” “Wind It Up”

In the late 80’s, Gin Blossoms started to grow a huge following as the #1 local music draw in Phoenix, Arizona. Their indelible jangle-pop sound was evolving during radio’s diverse mix of hair bands and grunge music superstars. Their breakout record, New Miserable Experience, was where their rise to fame began. This album kept the band on the chart for almost 3 years with singles “Hey Jealousy,” “Allison Road,” Until I Fall Away,” “Mrs. Rita,” and “Found Out About You.” The crossover hits on New Miserable Experience played on 4 radio formats and, to date, have sold over 5 million records.

Now, the band is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the very record that brought them to fame on February 20th here at World Cafe Live.

Favorite tracks: “Found Out About You,” “Hey Jealousy”

On February 21st, we welcome Los Angeles-based folk-rock artist, Phoebe Bridgers, who has been described as Elliott Smith meets Gillian Welch. Bridgers grew up in the rose-colored city of Pasadena, attending the prestigious Los Angeles County High School for the Arts to study music. From an early age, she found encouragement from a close-knit artistic community of friends and family to follow her dreams, and at school she forged relationships that would teach her as much about her craft as her classes. She has collaborated with friends and mentors including Terra Naomi, Noah Gundersen, Chad Gilbert, and Conor Oberst. Indie rock-pop outfit, Soccer Mommy will open the show. 

Favorite tracks: “Motion Sickness,” “Scott Street”

Southern Avenue brings Memphis soul to Philly for first show of the World Cafe Live Spotlight Artist Series

Southern Avenue, who Rock 103 FM calls, “the most-talked-about band in Memphis,” took to the World Cafe Live stage this past Friday for the first show of our Spotlight Artist Series–highlighting the best emerging talent to come through Philly. Appropriately taking their name from a street that stretches all the way through Memphis–the quintet embodies the sound of the city. By drawing inspiration from gospel, blues, and the iconic artists signed to Stax Records before them and adding their own, youthful energy, Southern Avenue reinvents a classic sound.  

While some guests came with their own copy of the group’s self-titled CD in hand, eagerly awaiting the post-performance meet and greet, others came without having any prior knowledge of the band. Either way, it is safe to say everyone was left wanting more, and more is what you will get! Southern Avenue is returning to the World Cafe Live on April 25th, this time performing in our intimate, upstairs space. Tickets can be purchased online or at the box office.

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We are so grateful for everyone who helped make our first Spotlight show a success, and we can’t wait to welcome our next Spotlight Artist, The Stooges Brass Band–a New Orleans-based group that blends brass, contemporary jazz, and hip-hop beats–on Friday, February 16th. We support these up-and-coming artists so fully that we are bringing these shows to you completely FREE. Be sure to RSVP, so you don’t miss out on the chance to say, “I saw them here first.”

Written and photographed by Tate Kamish

January 2018 Staff Picks

We have so many great shows coming up in January that you will not want to miss! Check out some of our staff favorites, and listen to song selections from the entire month on our Spotify Playlist.

We are very excited to launch our new Spotlight Artist Series in 2018, bringing you FREE shows from the best emerging talent to come through Philly. First up is Memphis five-piece, Southern Avenue on January 12th! Their self-titled debut album, released in February 2017, captures the soul, blues, and gospel traditions of Memphis, and has already reached #1 on the iTunes Blues chart. This will not be the last time you hear their name, so here is your chance to say you saw them at World Cafe Live first… for FREE!

Favorite Tracks: Slipped, Tripped And Fell In Love, Don’t Give Up, Love Me Right


David Uosikkinen of The Hooters returns with In The Pocket on January 18th! Uosikkinen is recording what he feels are the “Essential Songs of Philadelphia.” In The Pocket brings together a rotating line-up of Philly’s most celebrated musicians, who perform songs which were either recorded in Philadelphia, or written and performed by Philadelphians. The current line-up is set to include fellow Hooters band member Fran Smith Jr.,  Tommy Conwell of The Young Rumblers, Kenny Aaronson of The Yardbirds/Bob Dylan, and Charlie Ingui of Soul Survivors, among many other all-star Philly musicians. This will be a fun celebration of Philadelphia music!

Favorite Tracks: Punk Rock Girl, I Ain’t Searchin’, One Of Us


On January 20th, be sure to catch the greatest Tom Petty Tribute Band around, Damn The Torpedoes! Front man Rich Kubicz has mastered all things Petty with painstaking precision, and it’s no surprise that this show drew so much attention that we had to move it from our smaller upstairs room to downstairs! Since we now sadly live in a world without Tom Petty, Damn The Torpedoes is the next best thing to seeing the legend himself. RIP Tom!

Favorite Cover Tunes: Wildflowers, Learning To Fly, The Waiting


Roots rock/alternative country singer, songwriter, and guitarist Alejandro Escovedo Band returns on January 23rd! Escovedo, who comes from a family of several professional musicians, has been touring and recording since the early 90s and has an eclectic body of work spanning his career. His latest album, Burn Something Beautiful, was released last year, which Rolling Stone calls “timeless rather than trendy.”

Favorite Tracks: I Was Drunk, Heartbeat Smile, Always A Friend


WCL veteran Howie Day returns on January 28th! Through extensive touring, Day gained a loyal following among the college crowd in the early 2000s with his (unique at the time) in-concert use of samplers and effects pedals, which made him sound like a one-man-band. He gained national attention in 2004/2005 with his top 10 radio hits “Collide” and “She Says.” His latest release, Lanterns (2015), was fully funded by fans and himself through his PledgeMusic campaign.

Favorite Tracks: Collide, She Says, Anyone


Joe Purdy and Amber Rubarth are stopping by on their “American Folk” Tour on January 31st! The pair, who are real-life folk musicians and not professional actors, star in the award-winning independent film of the same title, which is set for release on January 26th alongside the film soundtrack. “American Folk” is about two folk musicians who meet on a plane bound for New York on the morning of 9/11, and the soundtrack features a mix of original material from Purdy and Rubarth, as well as folk classics. Philly is one of only 8 stops on this unique tour!

Favorite Tracks: The City, I Love The Rain The Most, San Jose

December Staff Picks

We’ve got another amazing lineup coming up in December! Check out some of our staff favorites, and take a listen on our Spotify Playlist.

WCL veterans Carbon Leaf are returning on December 1st! The Richmond, VA quintet blends folk, Celtic, bluegrass, Americana and rock into what the band refers to as “ether-electrified porch music.” Their 2016 release, Nothing Rhymes With Woman, was the third and final album to be re-recorded after a split with their previous record label, achieving the band’s goal of regaining 100% ownership of their music catalog. With 16 albums spanning their 24-year career, you never know what to expect at a Carbon Leaf show!
Favorite Tracks: Let Your Troubles Roll By, The Boxer, Miss Hollywood

Coming to our upstairs stage on December 5th is Jaws of Love., the new solo project by singer/multi-instrumentalist Kelcey Ayer of Local Natives. Ayer explains of his debut album Tasha Sits Close to the Piano, “It was such an awesome release making these songs, and that let me embrace who I feel like I am. It was wonderful to not have to explain myself to anyone. I have dark piano music in my heart and soul, and Jaws of Love. is me at my truest self.” Be sure to check out this special, intimate show!
Favorite Tracks: Love Me Like I’m Gone, Hawaiian License Plates, Jaws of Love.

Outlaw country/southern rock singer-songwriter and son of country music legend Waylon Jennings, Shooter Jennings is coming through Philly on December 8th! On this special co-headlining acoustic tour with Jason Boland, the two will be sharing the stage swapping songs and stories. This will surely be a fun show that country music fans will not want to miss!
Favorite Tracks from Shooter Jennings: 4th of July, The Gunslinger
Favorite Tracks from Jason Boland: When I’m Stoned, Pearl Snaps

 On December 9th, WXPN Welcomes Hiss Golden Messenger! This Durham, NC folk band is fronted by M.C. Taylor, who has been making music for more than 20 years. The prolific songwriter has been recently flooded with inspiration, releasing 2017’s Hallelujah Anyhow less than a year after 2016’s Heart Like a Levee, which itself was packaged with a bonus eight-song record, Vestapol. Taylor explains, “These songs felt like they were flying over my head and I reached up and caught them. It was pretty simple in that way. There was an emotional urgency with this collection of music that felt spurred on by what I was seeing and hearing around me.”
Favorite Tracks: Biloxi, Jenny of the Roses, Heart Like a Levee

Everett Bradley’s Holidelic returns on December 15th!  Combining his old school 70s style funk and humorous lyrics, Everett has created a fun and unique holiday celebration of life, love, and Christmas that people from all walks of life can enjoy.
Favorite Tracks: Holidelic, Santa Bring The Funk, Nativitay

One Tree Hill favorites Tyler Hilton & Kate Voegele are bringing their ”One Tree Holiday” tour to WCL on December 21st! The pair will be performing as a duo for a special night of music that is sure to make fans of the show feel nostalgic. Tickets are flying for this one, so don’t get left out!
Favorite Tracks from Tyler Hilton: When It Comes, Glad, Next To You
Favorite Tracks from Kate Voegele: It’s Only Life, Forever and Almost Always, Not The Only One

November Staff Picks

November is almost here and we’ve got a killer lineup for you! Check out some of the highlights below & on our Spotify playlist.

JD McPherson makes his WCL return on November 5! The rural Oklahoma native has drawn inspiration from everything from Little Richard to the Wu-Tang-Clan to Led Zeppelin, giving him a unique retro sound that lies somewhere between rock & roll, R&B, and 1950s rockabilly.

Favorite Tracks: Lucky Penny, Let The Good Times Roll, North Side Gal

Coming to our upstairs stage on November 8 are JD Eicher & Sawyer Fredericks! Eicher has been playing guitar since age 12 and has four albums and a live EP full of catchy pop-rock tunes. Fredericks is a contemporary folk singer-songwriter who won the 8th season of The Voice in 2015, making him the youngest winner in series history at age 16. This co-headline show will be a fun night of music you will not want to miss!

Favorite Tracks from JD Eicher: Two By Two, The Little Bit, Aaron, This Heart

Favorite Tracks from Sawyer Fredericks: What I’ve Done, Not Coming Home, Take It All, This Fire

Come check out Mary Lambert on our upstairs stage November 14! Lambert taught herself to play piano and write songs at age 6 as an escape from her traumatic and abusive household. Her emotional and revealing songs speak of the struggles she faced as a child, and her live shows are described as “safe spaces where crying is acceptable and even encouraged.”

Favorite Tracks: She Keeps Me Warm, Know Your Name, So Far Away, Secrets, When You Sleep

On November 22 we welcome Philly up-and-comers, the Chris Paterno Band! This energetic eight-piece is a little bit of rock and roll and funk and soul, all rolled into one. Come dance the night away while supporting local music!

Favorite Tracks: Gorgeous, Unfaithful

Loudon Wainwright III returns on November 29! With his witty, self-mocking lyrical style, Wainwright has recorded 23 studio albums since 1970. Wainwright’s songs are often deeply personal with a twist of humor, making his live shows as entertaining are they are meaningful.

Favorite Tracks: The Swimming Song, In C, Middle Of The Night, Daughter

The Alternate Routes are back on November 30! With their latest record “Live In Pawling” and a new single “Stronger,” are available now! These guys always put on a great show, so don’t miss this special co-headline with Nick Fradiani!

Favorite Tracks: All That I See, Nothing More, Ordinary, Desdemona (Featuring Patty Griffin)

Staff Pick: Noah Gundersen 10/22

Coming to WCL on Sunday, October 22nd is Seattle-based singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen. With his quiet, unique voice and deep lyrics, his music offers his heart on a string.

His latest record, White Noise, has taken Gundersen into a new musical direction, expanding his sound from acoustic/folk music with few frills, to a wall-of-sound production style record which features electric guitars, drums, progressive synth, and bass on many tracks. Gundersen has called his latest venture a “sensory overload.” “Fear, anxiety, desire, sex, lust, love. White Noise is the place between waking and dreaming, where the edges blur and the light is strange. It’s a car crash, it’s a drowning, it’s everything all the time.”

His upcoming tour is sure to be one you will not want to miss. Tickets are available here.