All Get Out

CS + Soda Bar presents

All Get Out

Souvenirs, I'm Glad It's You

Sunday, July 30, 2017

7:00 pm

House of Blues - Voodoo Room

$12.00

This event is all ages

All Get Out
All Get Out
All Get Out released their second full-length studio album, Nobody Likes A Quitter, on October 28, 2016. You can listen to the entire album above.

This page has four different vinyl variants of Nobody Likes A Quitter, as well as some other goodies -- a NLAQ-themed T-shirt, an awesome All Get Out throw blanket just in time for fall, a koozie hell ya, and vinyl copies of past AGO vinyl releases and copies of Nathan's solo album. See pressing info below.

The Texas-by-way-of-South Carolina band, led by frontman Nathan Hussey, is in the middle of a huge spike in creativity. The first result of this spike was last year's Movement EP, a five-song effort that will look like a warm-up round in the near future. Nobody Likes A Quitter is All Get Out's most dynamic and impressive work yet, following Hussey as he turns his focus inward and begins to become more fully aware of who he is.

Nobody Likes A Quitter was produced and co-written by Manchester Orchestra's Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, and proves to be a more nuanced and restrained affair than the aggression of 2011's The Season and Movement — but trust us when we say it’s no less vulnerable or emotionally exhausting.
Souvenirs
Souvenirs
Carpinteria, CA-based rock band Souvenirs' new album, "Posture of Apology", is out now via Other People Records.
I'm Glad It's You
I'm Glad It's You
The best music emerges from true emotions that a songwriter feels compelled to express. It’s that sense of urgency that permeates every second of the new album from I'm Glad It's You, "The Things I Never Say," giving listeners an intimate window into something truly heartfelt. As each song passes, it's as if pages of a personal journal have been transposed into lyrics, laid perfectly atop music accompaniment.

Musically, I'm Glad It's You seem to be mining the ever-fertile influence of '90s alt-rock, particularly of the Midwestern variety, yet do so by tapping into elements of that aesthetic many have overlooked. The band innovates on the introspective, yet powerful origins of "college rock," incorporating their contemporary Southern California roots to build something equally as familiar as it is refreshing.

"The Things I Never Say" is a rare album, filled with dynamics both lyrically and musically, cathartic and expressive, while also drawing listeners in to something to be cherished and revelled in.
Venue Information:
House of Blues - Voodoo Room
1055 5th Ave
San Diego, CA, 92101