Rain, rain, go or stay. All these shows are inside, anyway.
Tuesday, March 15
CloZee at Moe’s Alley
Euphoric Styles seem to love opening Santa Cruz’s eyes to unique talent from distant lands, and this week they’re back at it again bringing you CloZee, one of the hottest artists coming out of the European electronic scene. CloZee hails all the way from Toulouse, France and while this will be here first show in Santa Cruz, she’s been tearing up this side of the pond with her Glitch, Trip, and hip-hop live set at festivals like Coachella and Sonic Bloom. Come get yourself some French culture at Moe’s Alley this Thursday.
Tickets $10 in advance/$15 at the door.
Thursday, March 17
KRS-One at The Catalyst Main Stage
Activist, actor, writer, producer, and Emcee, KRS-ONE will be bringing his legendary persona to Santa Cruz this Thursday. Although this is a small blurb, even if we had 10 pages it wouldn’t begin to cover the social, musical, and lyrical heights this man has reached over his lifetime. If this is the first you’re hearing of him, read up and then show up. If you know KRS already, we’ll see you there.
Tickets $20 in advance/$25 at the door
Thursday, March 17
Gungor: One Wild Life Tour at The Rio Theatre
Married couple Michael and Lisa Gungor, are (suprise!) the two halves of the Grammy-nominated musical experience that is Gungor. The two multi-instrumentalists are focused on storytelling, as evidenced by their most recent intriguing compilation project entitled “One Wild Life.” The project will include three separate albums all dropping over the next 12 months entitled “soul”, “spirit”, and “body”, respectively. Come get a sneak peek at the lofty project for yourself.
Friday, March 18
Arrows at The Crepe Place
Making an appearance for the second time in as many months on our weekly show list are local rising stars Arrows. Lately, they’ve been living up to their “cut from a different cloth” mantra by tearing up local venues with their weirdly exciting yet soothing live twist on the Joy Divison/Pixies-era indie noise, and building up quite the local following in the meantime. Join the movement, or, at least, come out and support some local music