Fly Honey • Kalimocho Boys
Mythical and elusive like any of the great Pacific Northwest creatures, Kalimocho Boys is hard to describe because they mean different things to so many people.
Sometimes they appear as a solo artist: a one man band/machine spitting into a harmonica atop a suitcase drum. Other times, they form into a multi-piece country rock arrangement. Witnesses tell of it sounding like Tulsa and Seattle meeting somewhere over the Rocky Mountains.
Both personal and political, their songs are stories about heartbreak and hard living, an outlaw country sound with a rock and roll heart. After all, Kalimocho Boys were born in the white hot crucible of 2020, and the uncertainty of the times is inevitably reflected in the music.
This project is a complete multimedia exploration. Kalimocho Boys will include visual artists when they perform to provide a true multimedia experience.
Subverting traditional roles in Western music and culture, the band is inspired by Ween's Japanese Cowboy, classic anime and Western movies, Willie Nelson and Greta Thunberg.
8pm Doors / 8:30 Show
21+ // $10