The Tom Katlees to Play a Release Party on Friday at Negative Space


A local indie rock band that formed six years ago, the Tom Katlees have finally finished recording their debut album, Vesper. The band will celebrate its release at Negative Space, where they’ll perform at 8 p.m. on Friday with locals the Mason District and Punch Drunk Tagalongs.

Recorded by Alex Madej at his locally based Moda Co. Recording, Vesper is, according to a press release announcing the show at Negative Space, “a rapid run into the woods that drives the listener from the rabbit hole into the stratosphere." The snarling guitars help to give the indie pop music a bit of an edge.

Tickets to the show cost $10.

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