Tag Archives: Folk

Cities Sinking Down Out Now on Kendra Steiner Editions! West Coast Tour Next Week!

My new record consisting of original folk songs that were submitted to a glitching/looping process is available now via Kendra Steiner Editions!

You can stream a few choice excerpts of the album below via bandcamp:

Also, I’ll be doing my first full band tour with Erik Montano, Dane Rousay, and Matt Thomas accompanying starting next week! Here are the dates:

12/4-Cheer Up Charlie’s // Austin, TX Cities Sinking Down CD Release with Matthew Squires and the Learning Disorders and Airplane Mode. 9p.m.

12/6- Sala Diaz // San Antonio, TX with Chris Corsano!!!!

12/8- Gold House // Albuquerque, NM with TBA

12/9- Trunk Space // Phoenix, Arizona

12/10- Che Cafe in San Diego, CA with Hungry Cloud Darkening

12/11- The Fun Zone // Santa Barbara, CA MARCUS RUBIO ENSEMBLE (Austin, TX), MAN AND THE SMELLS (Los Angeles, CA) and ADAM HAWK BAND (Santa Barbara, CA) at FUNZONE

12/12- the wulf. // Los Angeles, CA- Special night of longer chamber/experimental pieces 8p.m.

12/13- EM Wolfman // Oakland, CA with Andrew Weathers Ensemble “Battle of the Ensembles”-Andrew and I’s groups will play a handful of deconstructed re-orchestrated folk songs.

12/14-Ham & Eggs Tavern // Los Angeles, CA with Joe Newlin, Heather Lockie, and Michael Bailey- mixed set of weirdo pop and noise/chamber pieces.

Show at Alter Space in San Francisco this weekend with Andrew Weathers and Morse Cosmos!

I’m very excited to be playing at Alter Space in San Francisco on Saturday with my like minded friend Andrew Weathers and the very rad Morse Cosmos! I’ll be doing a set of drone-y folk songs using guitar, banjo, and a lot of pedals. Here’s some more info:

Performances by:
Andrew Weathers: andrewweathers.com
Marcus Rubio: marcusrubio.com
Morse Cosmos: handmadebypirates.com

Show starts around 8pm
Suggested donations $5

At Alter Space

1158 Howard Street, San Francisco, California

New Song! New album in the works!

I’m working on a record of experimentally minded pop music. There will also be a couple of long “proper” pieces on there as well, I’m quite excited about it! Here’s a track from it featuring Max Wanderman on Accordion and Nick Baker on Drums: