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Friday, November 20, 2015

Tonight's Best Bet: Lila Rose, Yassou, and There's Talk at Starline Social Club

Posted By on Fri, Nov 20, 2015 at 2:13 PM

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Starline Social Club
has been a bit of a haunt for me lately. Even living in San Francisco, I've found the BART ride to Downtown Oakland and short walk to Starline to be totally chill. Walking in to the comfortable main bar area, with tables lining the walls, a DJ playing mellow tunes, and bomb cocktails at the bar, is an inviting experience. 

The facility has been totally remodeled from it's grungy past and now feels like, well, a social club. The upstairs show-space has a smaller bar setup of it's own and a large stage in the corner. Tonight, this will be the scene of Oakland-based label Oaktown Indie Mayhem's showcase featuring Bay Area artists Lila Rose, Yassou and There's Talk. Better yet, it's only $10. Here's some ear candy:

Oakland's Lila Rose makes sultry indie pop and her set is tabbed as a "Full Multimedia Theatrical Performance." Peep the video for "Confessions":


Yassou is led by mesmerizing vocalist Lilie Bytheway Hoy and are premiering their new EP at the show. They've put together some artistic videos like the Ocean Beach dream-like sequence of "To Sink":


Olivia Lee's There's Talk project creates gazy atmospheres through Lee's comforting vocals and digital instrumentation that shines. I dig the drum sequencing in "the Salt" (below) and they'll be dropping a new single at the show:



Oaktown Indie Mayhem Presents
Lila Rose
Yassou
There's Talk
Starline Social Club
Friday, November 20th, 8pm-12am. Tickets $10

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