Hunter Porter, M.A.G.S., Almost Monday, Thou Shall Doubt, Gracie Parker, Jonah Goldstein Trio

Hunter Porter

M.A.G.S.

Almost Monday

Thou Shall Doubt

Gracie Parker

Jonah Goldstein Trio

Thursday, August 8

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

  • Gracie Parker - 7:30
  • Almost Monday - 8:15
  • Hunter Porter - 9:00
  • Thou Shall Doubt - 9:45
  • M.A.G.S. - 10:35
  • Jonah Goldstein Trio - 11:45

Hunter Porter
Hunter Porter
Known for his progressive song writing and energetic live performances, Hunter’s singer/songwriter career began in 2015 with the recording of two sun-stained garage/surf-punk EP’s with the production team Underliners in association with Pool Party Records. Amidst multiple nationwide tours working as a hired guitarist, Hunter refined his aesthetic into a more somber approach while still maintaining the foothold of his lo-fi roots. Moonlighting as the creator of the narrative music podcast NEW NOISE, his solo act represents his most stylized artistic endeavor.
M.A.G.S.
M.A.G.S.
Equal parts rowdy and dreamy, M.A.G.S. delivers a signature sound that can only be described as indie punk with pop sensibility. The band Originated in Buffalo NY where creator and front-man, Elliott Douglas lead the three piece rock phenomenon to the top of the local scene. In 2018, Elliott moved to Los Angeles where the band is making waves on the indie circuit. Elliott is a multi-instrumentalist, writing and recording every part for each track before taking the stage with the band for an energetic and unforgettable performance.
Almost Monday
Almost Monday
ALMOST MONDAY is 3 best friends from San Diego California, writing songs in their living room and rehearsing on their college campuses. Dawson, Luke, and Cole met through surfing and quickly formed a bond through their crazy work ethic to make a mark in music. Keeping it simple, the creative process looks like finding a song that makes them feel something, whether it be dancing or crying, all are welcome. The boys create music in the same way they consume it, no boundaries, no limits. Artists such as The 1975, Coldplay, Michael Jackson, Shawn Mendes, and Frank Ocean, have left profound inspiration on the band and their sound is often times shaped by these influences. Best friends, working hard, smiling more, crying more, trying their best.
Thou Shall Doubt
Thou Shall Doubt
Thou Shall Doubt formed in Los Angeles after a conversation urged 3 musicians to jam. The vision of front man/guitarist, Dani Vargas, materialized only after a few rehearsals with Jenna Colombet (bass) and Ted Kelliher (drums). Shortly thereafter, the band landed their debut show at The Mint. Inspired by the Golden Age of Jazz to Modern Hard Rock, the trio is eager to deliver songs where musicality meets contemplation.
"To thine own self be true." Make your truth with Thou Shall Doubt.
Gracie Parker
Gracie Parker
Known within her community for her passion for music, Gracie Parker has always loved to
perform and capture her audience with her vibrant personality and a myriad of musical
capabilities. With a wide range of musical interest, she has delighted audiences with renditions
of famous pieces with her unique Gracie twist. Gracie aspires to encourage her listeners
through her music to be the change that they wish to see in the world.
Jonah Goldstein Trio
Jonah has been playing guitar since the age of 8 when he saw his older brother learning and wanted to be better.
He grew up playing blues, rock, and punk for several years with his band Glass Voodoo around Los Angeles at festivals, clubs, bars, and restaurants. Jonah has performed at The Whiskey, The Highland, NAMM, Canyon Club, and many other charity and city events throughout the years.
Jonah found himself in a difficult place not knowing how to move forward with his craft. He was then turned onto the art of jazz around the age of 13 by his grandfather; a trumpet player in the Vietnam war. He started his studies at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and expanded his studies by attending Stanford Jazz Institute, Colburn School of Music, Savannah Music Festival, and Grammy Summer Institute.
Jonah won "Best Musicianship Award" at the Reno Jazz Festival in 2015, was awarded “Most Outstanding Guitarist” at the Westlake High school Jazz Festival in 2016, and placed in the 2017 Ventura Student Jazz Competition.



At the age of 16, Jonah is now performing everything from jazz standards, rock, blues, pop, as well as his own original compositions in his band Vince Diesel. He takes gigs around Los Angeles ranging from musical pit orchestras to jazz combos with musicians from UCLA, USC, CSUN, and many more.
As an upcoming jazz artist, Jonah’s greatest passions are to connect with more musical minds, grow within his craft, and constantly compose music that depicts his own interpretation of modern music.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/