Introducing Eventseeker Presents! The Asteroid #4, Flaural, and Water Slice

At Eventseeker, we’re always looking for new ways to bring music to the masses. Our latest effort is the most exciting yet! We recently announced the new *Eventseeker Presents* show series, and this inaugural lineup is one for the books. Asteroid #4, Flaural, and Water Slice will be marking this momentous occasion with a mix of psychedelia, experimental pop and post punk. March 28 is the day! Elbo Room on Valencia Street is the place. And this one’s on us — FREE SHOW!

WHO: The Asteroid #4, Flaural (Denver), and Water Slice (Los Angeles)
WHAT: Eventseeker Presents monthly show series!
WHERE: Elbo Room, 647 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110
WHEN: Tuesday, March 28 at 9pm
Please note, this is a 21+ show. No one under 21 will be allowed inside.


The Asteroid #4 is a psychedelic band that emerged out of Philadelphia in the late 1990s. Taking the infectious elements of The British Invasion and blending it into a kaleidoscope of Eastern influences, the band mastered its own brand of psychedelic rock and experimental pop and earned a devout following across the US and in niche psych communities around the world. Led by vocalist and guitarist Scott Vitt, The Asteroid #4 continues to push the classic stylings of the 1960s into new realms.


Flaural is a band from Denver that brings a new wave psychedelia to pop music. Composed of Colin Johnson, Noah Pfaff, Nick Berlin and Connor Birch, the band emerged in 2015 and established itself with the debut single “Nonnie,” a groovy take on shoegaze that captures the band’s signature shimmery guitars. With its 2016 debut EP Over Imaginary Cigarettes, and a strict touring regime, Flaural continues to reach legions of neo-psych fans across the US.


Water Slice is the project of Pacific Northwest native and Los Angeles-based artist Patrick Philips. Blending post punk elements into a foundation of experimental pop, the band solidified in 2016 and quickly released its debut single “Our Hearts Don’t” later the same year. The track, a groovy and introspective take on growing older, is anchored by playful basslines and lyrics that invite listeners into each pull of regret and acceptance.

Take eventseeker on the go! Download the eventseeker app for iPhone, Windows, or