SRSQ performs at Songbyrd Music House on Feb. 10, 2019. (Photo by Paivi Salonen)
Kennedy Ashlyn, formerly of Them Are Us Too, lost her bandmate and partner in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire of 2016. Recently, she started a new project, calling it SRSQ, and she released an album, Unreality. SRSQ visited Songbyrd Music House recently, and Paivi shot the show.
SRSQ (Photo by Kristin Cofer)
In 2016, Cash Askew, guitarist for Them Are Us Too, died in the infamous 2016 Ghost Ship club warehouse fire in Oakland, leaving her partner Kennedy Ashlyn to start anew.
Kennedy poured her grief into a new project SRSQ, which became about rebirth. She’s continuing that journey on tour with a date at Songbyrd Music House on Sunday, Feb. 10.
Japanese Breakfast rockets Baltimore Soundstage through the stratosphere on Jan. 19, 2019 (Photo courtesy of Matt Ruppert)
Michelle Zauner, who goes by the name Japanese Breakfast, has toured for what seems like forever, or at the least as endlessly as a musician can, since releasing Soft Sounds from Another Planet in 2017 (though she took a recent break in Bali to wind down (and hilariously glance askance at an influencer taking endless photos of food). She was back on stage, where she belongs, at Baltimore Soundstage recently.
Japanese Breakfast (Photo by Joyce Jude)
Michelle Zauner, better known as Japanese Breakfast, has been touring constantly since the release of her last album, 2017’s Soft Sounds from Another Planet — and she’s not done yet! Catch Japanese Breakfast at Baltimore Soundstage on Saturday, Jan. 19!
Meg Myers performs at The Anthem on Dec. 4, 2018. (Photo by Paivi)
Meg Myers stunned The Anthem as part of the bill for the DC101 Office Party on Tuesday, previewing the soulful pop star’s rise to bigger stages.
Haerts perform at DC9 on Dec. 3, 2018. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)
Nini Fabi and Ben Gebert recruited a lively room at DC9 as the “Haerts DC Choir,” and everyone went home a little happier after a recent show by the dreampop duo.
Savoir Adore performs at DC9 on Nov. 28, 2018. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)
The talented Paul Hammer seemed to have some buzz going with Savoir Adore, but then his musical partner Deidre Muro left the project. Undeterred, the plucky singer-songwriter has regrouped, and the new Savoir Adore suggested everything will be all right with an upbeat show at DC9 recently.