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Local Label Night at SOhO

Corporate Nightmare Records To Host Artist Showcase


Come out and support four awesome, local bands with Corporate Nightmare Records - a Santa Barbara-based independent record label - and co-hosts, Ventura’s Beehouse Records at SoHo Restaurant, and Music Club on Wednesday May 23 at 8pm.

Corporate Nightmare will be showcasing local artist Zach Madden and his latest release; a lyrical, acoustic-rock album titled Don’t Come Back Too Small. He shares the stage with the newest member of the Corporate Nightmare family, Kinothek - a cerebral rock band based out of Buellton, currently at work writing and recording their first full-length release.

Ventura’s Beehouse Records brings with them The Spires, a Belle & Sebastian-esque duo who will be playing songs off their new EP Sky Sky, in their singular “shimmering guitar rock” style.

The Spires

Opening up the show will be a special guest from the Beehouse Records label, Tall Tales, who will perform songs off his Americana-rock release, Short Songs.

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