Sequence Music Festival

City Farm Presents

Sequence Music Festival

Neon Indian (DJ Set), Com Truise, SHAED, Plastic Picnic, Aaron Taos, Pomo, Anna Wise

Saturday · July 21, 2018 - Sunday · July 22, 2018

3:00 pm

$27 Day Pass

This event is 21 and over

Please note this event will take place at Courtyard 1/2 at Industry City and NOT The Bell House

Sequence Music Festival
Sequence Music Festival
Sequence Music Festival, produced by City Farm Presents, is New York City’s newest 2-day music event happening in Courtyard 1/2 at Brooklyn’s Industry City.

Taking place on SATURDAY, JULY 21 & SUNDAY, JULY 22, Analog Live bridges electronic and indie genres and features headlining sets from Neon Indian (DJ Set - Saturday) and Com Truise (Sunday).

SATURDAY, JULY 21 LINEUP
Neon Indian (DJ Set), Pomo, SHAED, Plastic Picnic.

SUNDAY, JULY 22 LINEUP
Com Truise, Anna Wise, Aaron Taos.

TICKETS
$27 Single Day Pass

OTHER INFO

- This event is rain or shine.
- Artists are subject to change.
- Doors 3pm / Music 4pm
- Industry City is located at 274 36th Street, Brooklyn and is accessible via the DNR train to 36th Street.
Neon Indian (DJ Set)
Neon Indian (DJ Set)
Neon Indian is an indie electronic act from Denton, Texas. The music is composed by Mexican-born Alan Palomo (born July 24, 1988).

The name Neon Indian was conceived by an ex-girlfriend of Palomo's, who was also the subject of their song "Should Have Taken Acid With You."[6] The song was originally presented as a musical apology for a missed acid date. Her positive reaction to the song spurred Palomo to continue writing more songs as Neon Indian.
Com Truise
Com Truise
Producer and designer Seth Haley, born and raised in upstate New York and currently based in Los Angeles, California.
SHAED
SHAED
SHAED is a head­bobbing pop project comprised of multi­instrumentalist twin brothers Max and Spencer Ernst and powerhouse vocalist Chelsea Lee. Lee’s vocals weave divinely through the Ernst twin’s pop­sensible production that can make anyone move. Their debut single, “Just Wanna See”, is a genre bending slow jam that has received international praise and favorable comparisons to bands like Florence & The Machine, Sia, Justin Timberlake, and Sylvan Esso.
Plastic Picnic
Plastic Picnic
"PLASTIC PICNIC IS A BROOKLYN BASED BAND COMPRISED OF FOUR PACIFIC NORTHWEST TRANSPLANTS. THE DUOS – LUTE AND PANERIO, AND HUNT AND TAYLOR – DEVELOPED THEIR STYLES PLAYING IN SEPARATE SEATTLE PROJECTS. IT WASN’T UNTIL MOVING EAST THAT THE PAIRS WERE BROUGHT TOGETHER BY A MUTUAL FRIEND. INSTANTLY COMPATIBLE, THE GROUP SHARED A TASTE FOR LYRICALLY FORTHRIGHT INDIE ROCK PAIRED WITH DRIVING 80'S RHYTHMS, SWEETLY SPUN MELODIES AND ATMOSPHERIC SYNTH AND GUITAR WORK. AFTER THE RELEASE OF THEIR THREE DEBUT SINGLES, PLASTIC PICNIC'S DEBUT EP IS DUE TO RELEASE THIS FALL".

DESCRIBED AS A "INDIE POST ROCK PROJECT SOUNDTRACKING A JOHN HUGHES MOVIE", PLASTIC PICNIC ACHIEVES THE CINEMATIC POP-NOSTALGIA OF THE 1980'S WHILE JUXTAPOSING IT WITH THEIR TASTEFUL APPRECIATION FOR MODERN GUITAR RECORDS AND ANALOG SYNTHESIZERS.
Anna Wise
Anna Wise
Anna Wise is an American singer, who has independently released music as a member of bands Sonnymoon and Built To Fade. She became more widely known for her collaborations with rapper Kendrick Lamar and hip hop group CunninLynguists. She won a Grammy Award for her collaboration with Lamar, "These Walls".

Anna Wise began her musical career with the band Sonnymoon, a collaboration with her and Dane Orr, who both met while studying at Berklee College of Music. She is part of the group Built To Fade alongside Dane Ferguson, Zoë Wick and Kno of CunninLynguists. While Wise was touring with Sonnymoon, Kendrick Lamar contacted her after hearing her music on YouTube through another emcee, Tunji. She now has become a regular collaborator with Lamar, appearing on 11 tracks. Since 2016, she has released two solo albums.
Venue Information:
Industry City Courtyard 1/2
274 36th Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11232
http://industrycity.com/