Worn-Tin

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“But these crazy onstage antics, soundtracked by his psychedelic, laidback love songs, have solidified Warner’s reputation as a must-see musician on the LA scene.” - VICE

“In ‘Cycles,’ Worn-Tin achieves the perfect zany blend of grungy, Pavement-esque indie rock and sunshine psychedelia.” - EARMILK

“Worn-Tin’s new song, “Chartreuse,” is dreamy to say the least, filled with sun-soaked licks and a dreamy chorus, he entrances you from beginning to end.” - ONES TO WATCH

“The beginning starts off sunny and bright and as Hiatt's lo-fi vocals come in they contrast the hopeful music behind it, exposing just how emotionally confusing it is to be in this cycle….It's an honesty that's refreshing, relevant, and jovial all-in-one. While this song belongs in your chill-lofi playlist, maybe its also an anthem of sorts.” - THE WILD HONEY PIE

BIO: ‘Lo-fi lullaby maker Worn-Tin is just a boy who grew up skating in West LA with his imaginary friend Cool-son,’ as described by Citizine. Worn-Tin, AKA Warner (a friend drunkenly called him “Worn-Tin”) began writing and playing original music during his high school days in Santa Monica, California. He eventually built a backyard studio where he writes, records, and performs every element of his songs using only analog and outboard equipment, taking inspiration from a multitude of artists such as Modest Mouse, R. Stevie Moore and Jessie’s Candy and The Fit Bit. 
 Much like Worn-tin’s hyperactive mind, his sounds and lyrics are sprawling: his vocals range from the type of cadence and vulnerability that would make Dongo the ringworm smile, to distorted, psychedelic whaling and synths. 
 That same lucid unpredictability has become the staple for his live shows. At a Worn-Tin show, it’s not only about the music - you can expect a performance. from drinking his own urine to getting arrested on stage. 
 When not feverishly writing new music, Worn-Tin can be found skating, gardening or crying in the attic.

 
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HIGHLIGHTS/STATS:

Spotify: 115k listeners

‘Sensitivity’ 1.7 million streams

Spotify playlist placements including: Your Office Stereo, Modern Psychedelia, Lo-Fi Indie, Undercurrents, Lost In The Woods

Has supported Carseat Headrest, Jerry Paper, Part Time

Headlined ‘Squib Fest’ in San Diego which was sold out

Official showcasing artist at SXSW 2019 including Desert Daze showcase

CONTACT:

Booking: joey@spaceagencybooking.com

Management: rivka@sherosemgmt.com

General: worntin@gmail.com