1940 9th St. NW
Washington, DC, 20001
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is all ages
Elliot Moss is a 21-year old multi-instrumentalist songwriter and producer from New York who has drawn comparisons to Bon Iver, Chet Faker, Washed Out, and James Blake with his soulful vocals, strong songwriting and embrace of electronic, jazz and ambient sounds. The third generation in a family of musicians and artists, Elliot will release his debut album Highspeeds on Grand Jury this April 21st. Recorded at his home studio, Moss performed, produced, and mixed the entire album with the exception of a few friends.
Hailing from the low-country of Charleston, SC, now Brooklyn-based Frances Cone creates an indie pop that harkens back to old time folk and blues. With soulful, smoky vocals, and lyrics that both comfort and challenge, the band subverts tradition to live in a world of delicate sensibilities and mesmerizing heartbreak, reaching a place that sings you through the ups and the downs, remarking on the heavy while lightening the load. They fall into a world occupied by the likes of Neko Case, Cat Power, Feist, Rufus Waingwright, and Ryan Adams. Fronted by Frances Cone, she is joined onstage by Jeff Malinowski, Andrew Doherty, and Aaron Shafer-Haiss. Already acclaimed by the likes of Vanity Fair, American Songwriter, Paste and Brooklyn Vegan, their reach is proving far and wide, their authenticity and captivating melodies undeniable.