Local singer/songwriter Christopher Fairman has a new project called Le Kelton that we here at Submerge are pretty excited about, and they are releasing their new album Saint on April 19, 2014 at Witch Room. Fairman started working on the album four years ago at Moon Studios with David Houston, and now the live lineup has grown to include Chris Vogel (Sacramento native who lives is Los Angeles now), Andy Miller (L.A.), and Justin Goings (also a Sacramento native that lives in L.A. now). Check out the synth-y, dance-y, drugged-out track, appropriately titled “Cocaine,” at Lekelton.bandcamp.com. Their main website, Lekelton.com, offers three other songs, our favorite being the super slow spacey jammer called “Waves.” Saint, 11 tracks in all, will be available on half-and-half red and blue 160gm vinyl, CD and online via iTunes and Spotify. The release show on April 19 will also feature Ghetto Ghouls and Baus. It’s 18-and-over and gets underway at 9 p.m., cover is $5. Witch Room is a brand new venue located at 1815 19th Street (ex-Bows and Arrows). Submerge was at two shows at Witch Room their opening week, and take it from us, it’s a sweet spot to catch live music: great sound, legit stage, good beer and awesome booths to kick back in. Check out Witchroomsac.com for more

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