On Saturday night, artist Brian Butler was on hand at The Stage to live sketch the Beached Bash, a celebration of Beached Miami’s two-year exploration of Miami culture with live performances by Krisp and Palette Town, a set by DJ Lolo, and good eats by Ms. Cheezious. Here’s what ended up in his notepad (click image to see full size).
Palette Town, a quartet of Miami natives in their early 20s, say their band name is a reference to the original Pokémon video game, which featured a town named after a wooden board used for mixing colors: a palette. The obscure allusion actually suggests a lot about the band, including the Asian heritage of two of its members (Sylvano Umbac and Fredrik Baliwis, both the children of Filipinos) and their abiding affinity for Japanese anime and Japanese bands such as The Pillows. But above all it hints at their colorful music, which they describe as Arcade Rock, Garage Pop, Indie Shred, and Post-Pop.
On Saturday, October 6, put on your dancing shoes and head to The Stage to celebrate Beached Miami’s two-year anniversary with live and lively music by Krisp, Palette Town, and DJ Lolo, salubrious spirits ($3 shots, $4 drafts, $5 cocktails), and good eats by Ms. Cheezious. The cover is $10 in advance (via the PayPal button below) and $15 at the door. For full details, check out the Facebook event page.
Prepay: This is a non-refundable transaction. If you pay for multiple people, your entire party will be listed under your name at the door on the night of the event. The first 50 people to prepay will get a complimentary copy of Krisp’s latest EP, Mamani Vice, at the door. To begin, click on the “Buy Now” button below.
PREPAY IS OVER. COME ON OVER TO THE STAGE!