Another Planet Entertainment is committed to producing safe events. Patrons attending this event at The New Parish are required to show proof of full vaccination (must be 2 weeks past final dose) OR a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours from the time of entry to the venue. Per Alameda County, masks are also required. For more information, visit our Health & Safety page.
* Policy is subject to change
This event is all ages.
$20.00 — General Admission (Advance)
$25.00 — General Admission (Door)
$65.00 — VIP + Meet and Greet
*plus applicable service fees
All doors & show times subject to change.
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Chicago native Alexander Glantz is the sole creative force behind Alexander 23: he writes, records and produces all of his music in a self-built studio in Los Angeles. In March 2019, he made his debut with “Dirty AF1s,” which climbed to #31 on Apple’s Pop chart. Later in the fall, he shared his debut, critically-acclaimed EP I’m Sorry I Love You and spent the rest of 2019 on tour with Alec Benjamin, Omar Apollo, and mxmtoon while making his Lollapalooza debut. He kicked off 2020 by selling out two headline shows at The Moroccan Lounge, and joined Chelsea Cutler on her US tour. Additionally, Alexander continued to release new music, including teaming up with Selena Gomez to remix her hit song, “Rare,” and sharing his latest hit track “IDK You Yet,” which made its way to Spotify’s Today’s Top Hits and #14 on Apple Pop Chart. “IDK You Yet” has been streamed over 190 million times on Spotify alone. Alexander 23 continues to work on his debut album and plans to tour the world in 2021.
Max Leone, the Portland-born, singer-songwriter/producer drawing inspiration from experiences throughout his life, often considered through a retrospective, nostalgic lens. His unique sound is influenced by legendary artists he’s grown up listening to, such as Nina Simone, John Mayer, Kanye West, Frank Ocean, Jack Johnson, Pink Floyd and Cat Stevens.
Max started playing guitar at age 7 after experimenting with other various instruments such as the violin and drums. He initially focused on classical and flamenco guitar before transitioning to writing and practicing his own music. As the lead guitarist of his high school jazz band, Max introduced original compositions to perform at school assemblies, and continued to explore the variety of his songwriting in band sessions. Simultaneously, he taught himself how to produce after school hours, watching YouTube videos and posting remixes on SoundCloud. These two musical styles were kept almost entirely separate until his senior year, when Max began to combine his acoustic-driven songwriting with electronic-based production.
Max attended Berklee College of Music as a Guitar Instrument Principal studying Electronic Production and Design for one year, before he dropped out to pursue music in LA. Since then, he has continued to develop his authentic sound and plan the release of his debut project that was released in April of 2021 and showcases the culmination of his growth as an artist.
His debut EP, ‘Malleable’ was written entirely since moving to LA and deals heavily with emotions tied to moving to a new place alone. In particular, the feeling of isolation as a product of social media and the constant pressure to socialize despite having no one to socialize with. Although the project did not start as a series of themed songs, aspects of these emotions are woven as an unintentional thread throughout these tracks.