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Epic Radio Live #001

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Friday, June 3, 2022 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
June 3, 2022 - 7:30pm
$10 in advance, $12 day of show,

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On Friday, June 3 , the Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly hosts Epic Radio Live #001 -- an alternative and hip-hop music fest with Gentle Being, Growing Pains, Steve LuvLights, Common Koi, Andrew Kai, Solution Honey, Lil Soda Boi and Liquid Smoke.

Gentle Being


"Gentle Being is a combination of a lot of different things that seem like they might not go together, but somehow do: a lead singer who sounds like Joni Mitchell, two guitars, loud fast drums and a definite flavor of jazz as the cherry on top of the hard rock cake.

Vocalist Emma Nagel lead guitarist Bodhi Lennox, rhythm guitarist Alex Goodwin, bassist Owen Burgi and drummer Isaac Luger, make up Gentle Being, a new college-age band taking over the Eugene music scene.

Though both guitarists are familiar faces in the scene, Gentle Being is an entity all its own. With plans to record and release music this year along with a Valentine's Day show at the Big Blue House, these Gentle Beings are rapidly climbing to prominence within the local music scene." - The Register Guard

Growing Pains

Made up of frontwoman Kalia Storer, guitarists Jack Havrilla and Carl Taylor, and drummer Kyle Kraft, Growing Pains met three years ago when they were sophomores and juniors in high school. Havrilla, Taylor and Kraft met playing in a King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard tribute show with School of Rock, Portland’s music school. They asked Storer to join after hearing her playing bass and singing in one of the school’s practice rooms.

Some of the members bonded over their love for emo music and what they call “radio-friendly” indie rock like Death Cab for Cutie, Blink 182 and the Killers—the only band they all love is Joy Division.

Growing Pains makes music that falls somewhere between emo and indie rock, a distinction they feel is a kind of happy accident. Sometimes, the band makes poppy, jangly rock, while other songs are powered by hard guitar riffs. But almost always, their songs have big, luminous choruses that give you a feeling of infiniteness: like driving fast through a tunnel or looking at a star and spinning around and around until you fall down.


Steve LuvLights 

A new kid on the block, LuvLights wants to make his unique blend of genres heard, including alternative hip-hop, RnB, and emo electronic music.  As the drummer for ‘Common Koi’, Steve’s ready to bring hyper-pop home to Eugene.

Common Koi (pictured)

 Bringing all the energy of the ocean, local dance-rock band Common Koi is always ready to party anticipating their debut record “Pond” on May 27th. 

Andrew Kai

Local fly-guy rapper, influenced by 90s hip-hop and soul.  Recently released single “I Can’t Find The Time” has a groove and lyrical theme that’ll send you straight back around the clock.

Solution Honey

Post-pop-punk group from Eugene OR, Solution Honey’s “You Say It Will All Be Over Soon” hits all the marks of a great classic emo record. 


Lil Soda Boi

 A true underground legend, Lil Soda Boi has been dropping hyperpop and emo trap classics since 2016.  His newest release “Event Horizon Eclipse” is a dive into the best ideas in experimental SoundCloud music.

Liquid $moke 

 Eugene based producer/DJ/engineer Liquid $moke is loved by many artists for his clean wavy production and classic chill-Phonk beats.  SoundCloud hero and Eugene viber, $moke will be DJing for solo artists at the June 3rd show.


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