Hot Jam Factory

Hot Jam Factory

ESS SEE, Eliza & The Organix, femme. collective

Fri 2/2

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Hot Jam Factory - (Set time: 9:50 PM)
Hot Jam Factory
Hot Jam Factory is a young Art Rock band conceived by front man Jordan Trevino and drummer Phil Altenburg. First presented as a 2 piece they played an open mic night at Harrisburg Midtown and Arts Center HMAC, the set went so well they were asked to open for MTV’s 2011 Winter Tour as it passed through the following month. The band has since evolved to include vocalist Cayt Lesher, but performs with anywhere from 5-12 of their friends. HJF, classified as an Art Rock band, takes influence from a broad range of genres creating an emotional and captivating experience. It is not surprising then that the band is also known for their extravagant, high energy live performances.
ESS SEE - (Set time: 8:55 PM)
ESS SEE (Sarah Cobb) was raised in Arkansas, and now calls Brooklyn home. For years she worked in the advertising world, while crafting addictive melodies in her bedroom at night. The result? A sultry, vibey brand of pop featuring an impressive range of vocals and boldly sincere lyrics. Her debut EP, "Ordinary Woman" will be available January 13, 2017.
Eliza & The Organix - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Eliza & The Organix
Eliza and the Organix is an experimental rock group centered around the songwriting of vocalist and guitarist Eliza Waldman and featuring Kristen Tivey on backing vocals, alto sax and keys, Will Carbery on the bass, and John Gergely on drums. E&tO deals in deep grooves, quirky humor, and high octane playing, drawing from a broad sonic canvas that remains focused in storytelling and soulful sound.
femme. collective
femme. collective
femme. collective is a group of feminist-minded artists based in Philadelphia, PA. Formed in the summer of 2015, their aim is to bring more art and artist collaborations to the city through networking and showcase opportunities. The people of femme. collective continue to empower each other, support the artistic endeavors of their peers, and provide a platform for feminist-driven artists to collaborate in sharing their passions.
Venue Information:
The Barbary
951 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA, 19125