Jenny O., Loud Sun (solo/duo)

Jenny O.

Loud Sun (solo/duo)

Thu · February 7, 2019

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


Tickets at the Door

Jenny O.
Jenny O.
Jenny O. released her second album, 'Peace & Information' earlier this year, a follow-up and companion to ‘Automechanic.’ Both of these full-lengths were produced by Jonathan Wilson (Father John Misty, Conor Oberst, Dawes). Originally from New York, Jenny grew up on the classic pop sounds of her father’s cover band and studied jazz and classical music in public school. She eventually moved to Los Angeles to begin a recording career and released two self-produced EPs titled ‘Home’ and ‘Work’. Songs from all four records have been licensed for television; most recently, “Case Study B” appears in Season 6 of ‘Orange Is The New Black.’ Jenny O. has toured with Ben Harper, Rodriguez, Leon Russell, The Proclaimers, and Father John Misty.
Loud Sun (solo/duo)
Loud Sun (solo/duo)
Loud Sun is Andrew Jansen – a naturalist, a musician, and a songwriter who’s been self-releasing music in various forms since the early 2000’s. With Loud Sun, Andrew combines rock, folk, psychedelic, punk and elements of electronic music. Sea Grave, Loud Sun’s latest effort, is a story of departure, loss and the time in between.

Partially self-recorded in Oakland, California and finished in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Sea Graveis largely comprised of melodic bedroom pop with experimental, garage, and ’60s influences. “Some songs were started in my laundry room studio in Oakland, and everything was polished up in my basement in Minneapolis,” says Jansen. “Writing and recording are pretty intertwined.”

Fans of Atlas Sound, the Microphones, Floating Action, and Elf Power should take note. The songs feel familiar, while also new and experimental. It’s homeopathic and self-medicated. Loud Sun is Andrew’s creative workshop. He emits lo-fi thoughts with the relaxed precedent of musicianship in the forefront.

“I use nature, water and songwriting to stay sane. It’s a way to process life and transcend it. I’ve also found new love and a new sense of peace with being in the Midwest. There’s an optimism here and a smooth, tender hustle when you find your groove.”
Venue Information:
The Warming House
4001 Bryant Ave South
Minneapolis, MN, 55409