FREE Show! Featuring The Canvas People (bands first time in  DC)

Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

FREE Show! Featuring The Canvas People (bands first time in DC)

NAH., Cat Janice

Sun · June 9, 2019

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm



This event is 21 and over

This is a FREE show.

NO Tickets are required for this show.

Seating is limited & first come first serve

RSVP appreciated but not required

RSVP does NOT guarantee a seat at a table


FREE Show! Featuring The Canvas People (bands first time in DC)
FREE Show! Featuring The Canvas People (bands first time in  DC)
Hailing from Austin, Texas, The Canvas People cultivate a blend of melodic indie and harmony driven alt-rock. Since their formation in 2014, the group has evolved into an eclectic rock group featuring pulsating guitars, subtle synthesizers, and booming three-part harmonies.

New single “Moonlight Dancing” capitalizes on the 4-piece’s ability to weave illusive synths seamlessly into their already established musical dynamics. Serving as the perfect introduction to a new record fueled by change, both musically and thematically, “Moonlight Dancing” dances around the old and the new: catchy three-part vocal hooks accentuated by glossy synth pads and introspective lyrics.

With the first single off of their new LP, Garden Party (Summer 2019), the group invites listeners to take a look at themselves, take a look at the world, and find a reason to celebrate. Lead singer Kyle Taylor explains, “You invest in a garden. You plant the seed, and you carefully tend to the fruit. You don’t know what, if anything, is going to come of all of it. But none of it is a waste because it’s all part of the same process. This record is about celebrating the process, both the gorgeous fruits and the inevitable death and decay.”
NAH. is a psychedelic indie rock band based out of Washington D.C. metro area. NAH. began in 2015, founded by singer-songwriter, Brendan Ra Tyler. His style of songwriting is introspective, yet relatable with an enduring message. He is accompanied by poet/lyricist/singer Emma Bleker, drummer Steve Rodriguez, violinist/electronic musician Kristina Westernik, and guitarist Ian Dandridge. NAH. possesses a sonically expansive sound and visceral energy that that is certain to captivate a crowd
Cat Janice
Cat Janice
Cat Janice and the Band is an indie rock/alternative group from the Washington, D.C. area. Cat Janice is inspired by ladies like Alice Merton, Lady Gaga, and a hint of Amy Winehouse to create a lively, driving sound. Cat has been featured on Country Music Television's popular TV Show, "Redneck Island" for her song "Fire" in March, 2016. In 2018, she was featured on DC Music Rocks and in 2019, featured on Another Wasted Hour. Cat Janice is an integral part of DC's One Love Massive, a music collective and think tank. New music is expected to be released Fall 2018! Follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube for more updates. #DCASFUCK
Venue Information:
Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl St SW
Washington, DC, 20024