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JACHARY RESIDENCY w/ BASHFUL SLASHER, TIFF ORTIZ & ELBOWS (DJ)
June 20 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm| 8/10
Back for round 2 of his June residency at C’mon Everybody after a jam packed 1st date…
Originally hailing from Boston and currently based in NYC, Jachary is a 24 year old Singer/Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist and Producer. After leaving college to pursue music full-time, he explored Brooklyn’s underground DIY scene with soul-punk outfit The Pluto Moons, playing to crowds at Silent Barn, Cameo Gallery and a slew of other venues.
Currently Jachary is performing his solo project backed by Harry Tarell (drums) and Moki Kawaguchi (keys) from LA, both part of The Breathing Effect (Alphapup Records). On guitar is Felipe Wurst, a session guitarist from Peru that Zach met at a coffee shop he used to work at. And on synth and violin is frequent D.R.A.M. collaborator and violin prodigy, Pip Van Genabeek.
“A butterfly cut of rotting board; not exactly BASHFUL SLASHER, embodying where we aren’t: the far side, right meets left, personal & universal return & collide, otherwise alone. Songs of you, but you never met. He’s there with your first Moxie, vice, no guilt. Drums, guitar, cotton & wool, steel or otherwise. A tender thrill. Don’t fear, the ghoul is not with violence.”
– James Coarse, 2017
Tiff Ortiz is a singer/songwriter from BK NY. Formerly a member of the experimental soul band Throw Vision, she has performed across the east coast, sharing the stage with bands like Delicate Steve, Xenia Rubinos, Ava Luna, James Tillman, Nat Baldwin, Celestial Shore, Half Waif and more. She recorded and performed with indie rock band Double King; has made appearances performing with singer-songwriter Julia Anrather; and performed with the experimental classical/jazz ensemble The Delegation, working with composer Gabriel Zucker. Now venturing into her own solo project, she harnesses the simplicity of pop and stuffs it with layers of lush soulful vocals, rock sensibility, and subtle hints of jazz.
“Brooklyn musician and singer-songwriter Max Schieble is Elbows, one of the borough’s rising soul architects. His music is a little less obvious and a little more wayward than one might expect from soul, but that’s what makes it special. It’s somewhere between BK’s Nick Hakim and Australia’s Jonti, playfully strange and recorded through a surrealist lens, often experimenting with time and space.” – Indie Current
HAPPY HOUR 6-8 with $2 off beer, wine, and specialty cocktails…