Summer ’16

Damn it’s summer already. When did that even happen?

One of the best things about summers in Sac, is the long nights. The sky stays lit for what feels like hours with all the hues of that perfect Cali sunset that you always hear folks talking about. With longer nights, comes tons of amazing events.

We decided to kick off our summer by playing with the fam PRVLGS, as we celebrate the new release of Ko & Eli’s new EP. We consider ourselves blessed to share the stage with such and talent, and we can’t think of a better place than Harlow’s nightclub to make it happen. The mood is always chill, the vibe is always right, and that patio is always perfect on a summer night.

So come out and toast with us.

Harlow’s
2708 J St
21+
Doors open at 7
$8 IN ADVANCE
$10 AT THE DOOR

SN&R Recap of Sister Crayon, DLRN & Stevie Nader

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This week’s issue of alt-weekly Sacramento News & Review featured a recap of last Saturday’s show with Sister Crayon and Stevie Nader. SN&R’s Janelle Bitker writes:

“Stevie Nader and DLRN split an opening set, backed by DJ Druskee and drummer Omar Gonzalez-Barajas. DLRN’s Sean Lamarr, impressed by the sizeable crowd of folks rocking out early, issued a thanks: “I bet you guys didn’t come here for hip-hop.”

That wasn’t entirely accurate, though, given the rich hip-hop influences on Sister Crayon’s Devoted. And truly, I can’t think of a better local opener for 2015’s Sister Crayon than Nader and DLRN. Even though Nader and DLRN collaborate all the time, it’s never less special. It’s just a combo that works so well—Nader’s backup vocals on DLRN’s “Fear & Loathing” and Lamarr’s guest slot on Nader’s “Make You” along with rapper Soosh*e created soulful, dynamic breaks from the norm.”

Read the full recap of last Saturday’s show here.

Sister Crayon, DLRN & Stevie Nader at Harlow’s

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Sacramento, this Saturday 8/1 we’re teaming up with Stevie Nader and supporting the homies Sister Crayon before they play the Low End Theory Festival next week! The show is right after the Father show at Harlow’s and is 21+.

If you haven’t seen Sister Crayon play live yet, you’re in for a treat. They recently dropped a new album, “Devoted” on Rodriguez-Lopez Productions and released a video for their single “Your Girl”.

Cop earlybird tickets here.