–Doors open at 7:30pm SHARP – 21+ **(The venue will be closed from 6:30pm to 7:30pm to complete soundcheck and prepare the venue for the show) Advance hard copy tickets are available in person at Boo Boo Record Store in SLO. Print at home/mobile/will call tickets can be purchased online at Eventbrite.com by clicking: HERE. If the event is not sold out, we will sell the remaining capacity at the door night of the show. All tickets are general admission unless otherwise stated. The Siren is a small, intimate club style venue and seating is extremely limited on a first come first served basis after doors open and quantity is dictated by estimated show sales. IT IS NOT A TOTALLY SEATED VENUE. The more tickets we sell, the less seats we have. Amazing food is still served during concerts and we have some seating on our patio for those who want to eat. We appreciate you supporting live music at the Siren and hope you enjoy the show!
Monophonics have risen up again from their California studio Transistor Sound to offer the world a new album via indie label giants Colemine Records. Their new record entitled It’s Only Us, due this year reflects what they see as the current direction in the world, it’s an expression that leans on the theme of humanity, that strives to speak to a wide range of listeners.
It’s a message of unity, strength, resilience and acceptance. Often known as a group that is keen to create a heavier version of classic soul, Monophonics are back with their trademark sound while introducing a healthy dose of new and warm textures that will saturate speakers. It’s easy to hear their years of record digging and being under the influence of rare sides by Brothers of Soul, Rotary Connection or Dee Edwards.
Bay Area based psychedelic-soul band Monophonics announce their upcoming album It’s Only Us out early next year on Colemine Records..
The first single, “Chances” is an uptempo track that glowingly walks the line between deep, northern and sweet soul. The groups formula that fans have fallen in love with time and time again, is there once again knocking on your cerebral. Sitting atop drums that would make Pete Rock turn his head, the rhythm section is anchored deep in the pocket with a bubbling bass line, quivering vibraphone, shimmery guitar and honey thick horns. It’s all the support that background singers the ‘soul mates’ and lead singer Kelly Finnigan need to exhibit why empathetic lovers should think twice about giving “so many chances.”