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Sean Healy Presents
ThxSoMch: Sleez Ain't Over Tour w/ Sweet Spine
with Sweet Spine
April 27, 2024 7:00 pm PDT (Doors: 6:00 pm )
Brick and Mortar Music Hall , 1710 Mission Street , San Francisco, CA (map)



Rising Toronto-based artist ThxSoMch has no interest in expectations, genres, or conventions. He disregards any and all rules, heeding only an internal creative compass that’s gone completely haywire in the best way. Earlier this year, ThxSoMch unveiled his debut EP Sleez via Elektra. The eight track collection is highlighted by his breakout hit single “SPIT IN MY FACE!”, which has already amassed over 375 million streams, charted on the Billboard Hot 100, and been featured on Genuis Verified. Across Sleez, ThxSoMch effortlessly blurs the angst of 90s alternative with the raw energy of the 2000s Soundcloud rap, presenting each track alongside an equally striking visual. The EP and early singles including “Hate.” and “Keep It Tucked” received praise from Lyrical Lemonade, Our Generation Music, Sheesh, and more. ThxSoMch just made his eagerly anticipated live debut on his Sleez World Tour, which saw him perform to sold out crowds across the US and Europe. His latest single “LOST!” arrived to widespread praise form Complex, Revolver, and more.
Sweet Spine

sweet//spine is an exciting new three-piece making a splash in South Carolina comprised of Fox Haynes (19) on guitar and vocals, Taylor Priola (20) on bass and Brannan Crook (22) on drums. Channeling the likes of Nirvana, Deftones and Bright Eyes, the unsuspecting young trio have captured the attention of the Carolina scene and well beyond with their high energy live performances and haunting viral breakout song, “Darkness.” Officially released in July 2023 after catching fire on TikTok, their breakout hit has launched them into a bona fide indie phenom and the brightest new faces in the Shoegaze and Alt-Rock space. With new music, bigger shows, and out-of-the-box collaborations on the way, it might’ve started with “Darkness” but it’s only a matter of time before the rest of the country sees the light.