SLAMJUNK Presents: Pastel Hell | Queue | Simple Blues Boy, Noé Socha (AKA Blind Selfie)
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About the Event
Pastel Hell is a non-prophet songwright from New York, NY. The author of these works hopes the songs are a "pleasant mix of early Elliott Smith, the modernity & flexibility of Father John Misty's lyricism, & plenty of Pet Sounds bass moments & Ariel Pink weirdness. The debut LP, "Endless Righteous Mourning" came out 8/18/2017 & is available on bandcamp, Spotify, & iTunes.
Queue is a rock and roll band living in New York City. Formed by school friends Liv Price, Aida Mekonnen, and Steven Vannelli; the band writes guitar-driven music inspired by personal experience and moments of self-reflection.
Noé Socha is a Brooklyn-based guitar and harmonica player originally from the small town of Carpi, Italy. He is influenced by folk artists such as Bob Dylan and Neil Young, Delta blues musicians such as Mississippi John Hurt, Muddy Waters, and Lightnin’ Hopkins plus a hint of Hendrix-esque flavor. Noé has created his own signature sound, pairing fiery guitar technique with virtuosic harmonica playing. After winning several awards at Berklee College of Music including the ”Jimi Hendrix Award” for the college’s leading guitarist and the “Billboard Magazine Endowed Scholarship” presented to the college’s top student, Noé has had the great honor of touring, performing, and recording with artists such as Nona Hendrix (Labelle), Vernon Reid (Living Color), and GRAMMY Award-Winners, Javier Limón and Paula Cole (Dawson’s Creek theme song).