I am very excited to announce that WE\ARE\MIRRORS will be hosting its first ever live music show on July 29th.
Local band Shoecraft will be headlining the evening, with Oakland, CA’s Warbler kicking off the night. The show will take place at Mac’s New & Used Store, right off First Street in downtown Snohomish. There will be a $10 cover charge at the doors, which will open at 7 PM.
I’ve toyed with the idea of hosting a concert for a while now, and after a few failed attempts, I am happy to finally pull something together. I’m really excited for Sean Sullivan (Warbler) to be up here for a solo set, and Shoecraft will likely be playing some new tunes from their forthcoming album, The Whisper II.
Also coming soon down the pipeline in this vein will be a poster and shirt design put together by my buddy Colin Blaisdell. I think you’ll like what we’ve been cooking up in that department.
Finally, I will be joining my friend Henry J on his show The Stereo Wire this Friday night to talk about the show and what W\A\M has been up to in Everett lately. I’ll also be spinning some of my favorite tracks as well as premiering a new song from Shoecraft. The show starts at 8:30 PM Pacific Standard Time on 90.7 KSER or via streaming at www.thestereowire.com
Shoecraft is an indie folk collective local to the Snohomish area. Their debut full-length The Whisper II, is set to release this September. Warbler is an Oakland-based folk rock outfit fronted by Sean Sullivan. You can read my interview with Sean from last year here, and you can check out my review of his album Sea of Glass here. The Stereo Wire airs weekly on the Everett radio station 90.7 KSER and highlights the Everett music scene and beyond with a punk and alt-rock focus. You can read my feature on the show here.
More details are soon to come, so be sure to follow WE\ARE\MIRRORS on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with the latest.
UPDATE: there is now a Facebook event up and running for the concert here.
UPDATE 7/11/16: WE\ARE\MIRROR shirts are available for purchase here. All funds raised will help recoup the costs of the show.