Post Sixty Five, Christopher Tignor, Colin Phils, & Dave Watkins

Sunday, October 03
Doors: | 7pm // Show: | 8pm

Dave Watkins is a musician, instrument maker, and audio/visual artist living in Richmond, Virginia. He performs intricate, semi-improvised compositions on dulcitars which he designs and builds, in conjunction with an array of effects pedals, loopers, and other electronics. Merging elements of Appalachian folk, post-rock and math-rock, his music explores both minimalist and maximalist sonic landscapes without losing sight of pop sensibility.      





Colin Phils is an indie/ post-rock band from Richmond, Virginia. For fans of math-rock, indie-rock, post rock, even black metal, yet has with catchy hooks that get stuck in your ear. The band has toured through South Korea, China, Hong Kong, and the USA and is now based in Richmond, Virginia. Colin Phils offers complex instrumental music (guitar loops, bass lines, and intricate drumming) along with vocals filled with harmonies.

Latest record: Trust/Fall (Post. Recordings) 





Christopher Tignor is a composer, violinist, lecturer, and software engineer. His emotionally charged scores and unique focus on live, performance-based electroacoustic practice has won acclaim within both the classical and experimental communities across 9 LPs on the Western Vinyl and New Albion record labels. He creates the live performance software he uses, shared freely. As a composer he has written and recorded work for ensembles including The Knights, A Far Cry string orchestra, and Brooklyn Rider string quartet, performing alongside them at premiere venues including Carnegie’s Zankel Hall. As a string arranger he has worked with Helios, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, John Congleton, This Will Destroy You, Meshell Ndegeocello, and several other artists at the boundaries of popular music.




Post Sixty Five has been described as “exciting and sexy in their exploration of the dichotomies of beauty and ugliness, of fullness and emptiness, of silence and chaos.” Images of summer and sweltering heat permeate the band’s lyrics, written by frontman and lyricist Hicham Benhallam. Laced with lush guitars, melodic bass lines, and energetic percussion, the band creates a sonic landscape that sets the scene for longing, love and destructive desire.


1. All shows are standing room only unless otherwise notated
2. No Smoking/Vaping permitted anywhere inside venue
3. Bags/purses will be checked at the door
4. Must have ID for entry
5. All tickets are picked up via will call starting at the time of doors
6. Appropriate clothing required at all times (tops and bottoms covered)