Tuesday, July 6, 2010



We're back with a vengeance, folks! Last week's impromptu interview with DONE BEGINNER was pretty ace (kudos to Kris, Mark and Rick for making it to the studio), but this week we bring back the live performance aspect of the show... WITH A VENGEANCE.
Oh wait I already said that.



The Halibut of Vengeance ENDS ALLLLLLLLL

That being said, it's my pleasure to introduce you all to one of Santa Cruz's hottest new acts, and this week's guests on The Rising Tide: NURSERY.

Not pictured: fish fueled by vengeance.

This electro-dance two-piece is comprised of composer Frank Wong and singer Emma Jean and has been tearing up a storm around town recently, playing to both captivated house shows as well as an impressive late-day performance at May's SCUMFest. The electrifying duo will be making their Crepe Place debut on September 22nd (opening for electro-folk balladeer Casiotone for the Painfully Alone), and will appear on The Rising Tide this Friday night, July 9th, at 8:30 to perform some of their electro bangers and talk about the trials and tribulations of being an upcoming electronic dance act in a town not necessarily known for churning them out like other metropolitan cities.

It'll be like this but with a lot less people... and you having to listen to it on the radio and such.

Tune in live at KZSC.org to hear the entire interview/performance! This shit is going to be awesome.

- Lee B.

Disclaimer: No fish were harmed in the making of this post.


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