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hangmeupsidedown.com - Tacoma Washington Weekday Club

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"This feels like some of the great emo records of the early to mid 2000s, with an added modern twist to make the song feel anything but stagnant."
- Allen Halas, Breaking and entering

LOGAN    NOAH    JOSH

Vocals/Guitar/Programming

 

 

Influenced by Experimental, Emo, 

and Jazz.

Mouth.

Vocals/Bass/Programming

 

 

Influenced by Art Rock, Prog

and Avant-Garde.

Brain.

Drums

Influenced by Jazz, Progressive, Electronic. 

Hands.

B I o g r a p h y

    When widely-loved and appreciated local music promoter Gregg Wandsnieder was asked on his radio show "Gregg, who do you like more? Tacoma Washington Weekday Club, or the radio station's artist of the month?" Gregg replied, quickly, "Oh, Tacoma Washington Weekday Club, hands down." While the other band was listening to his show. Which threw our name into the airwaves, and placed rosy blushes on our cheeks. 

 

We started in February of 2016, as a coffeehouse duo (Logan and Noah), collaborating with other artists in the Waukesha/Milwaukee area. We played out multiple times a month, and made a decent amount of money doing it, but we quickly realized that it wasn't exactly what we were looking for.  We soon began collaborating with drummers in the area and began writing more original material. We accumulated a few songs and then began playing shows all around Wisconsin, mostly in bars. While touring the few songs we had, we started writing what would become our first album, 'All I Loved, I Loved Alone'. After a year of writing and touring, we took our songs to Ron Baake at Sub-T Studios. His personal touch on the tracks completed our vision, and we released it on February 22nd after a sold-out release show in Waukesha, at the first venue we ever played. Soon after, we released a music video for our song The Father, which debuted on CaliberTV.
    After that we started to gain some success in the area, starting a radio show on a local station, collaborating with more artists, picking up our friend Josh as an official third member, and then recording and releasing our first EP The Torrent//The Fountain, which has gained even more success in the local scene, and in the international scene. 

Currently we're finishing up our third album, and working to promote our new music video for the song O'er, and our new single 'THEMOSTMUSTSEEEVENTOFTHEYEAR'. 

D I S C O G R A P H Y

'aLL i lOVED, i lOVED aLONE'

2017

'tHE tORRENT//tHE fOUNTAIN'

2018

Both recorded by Ron Baake at Sub T Studios. 'All I Loved, I Loved Alone' was written February-November of 2016, and recorded November 2016-February 2017. 

The Torrent//The Fountain was written between April-August 2017, and recorded August 2017-January 2018. Both are available on Apple Music, Spotify, Bandcamp, Amazon, iTunes, and many more. 

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REVIEWS

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"Beautifully intertwining elements of shoegaze, emo, and almost The Cure-influenced goth at times, the band creates a dark, progressive soundscape on this project."

"It is less of a song, than it is a final scene in a movie.  Where are we?  We are completely immersed in this story, suddenly deeper than we expected to go.  We are left in this world by the musicians, the spell complete with the ending of the last track."

"These elements connect like a fragmented constellation, carefully curated and beautifully executed."

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C O N T A C T

Email: Tacoma Washington Weekday Club

 

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