Live music will feature an opening set of emerging songwriters including Natalie Rezek, Elena Sandoval, Emma Jassy, Elsa Aitchison, Jesa Chiro, Macauley Crites, Alex Baird and Adam Phelan. Evening will include film screening of "Right My Wrongs", a short animated film / music video directed by Joe Garber with original music by Amos Miller. Last year Seattle producer and GRAMMY nominee Amos Miller released his third studio album SuperSquare, his newest opus, which immerses the listener in a visceral soundscape, with sensibilities ranging from hip-hop to jazz and beyond. It is brought to life with the fiercely talented musicians of Love City Love, the acclaimed ensemble Miller curated, whose members are at the core of Seattle's cultural scene. Miller uses 4 part harmonies, heavy bass, trap beats, tibetan bowl playing, spoken word and 8 bit synthesizer programming to create a space of reflection, discord, and healing. The 22 tracks are short vignettes that weave into the next, blending tempos, chord progressions and lyrical content. Each song becomes a movement in the overarching composition that is the whole album. Miller crafts organic textures and ethereal tones, juxtaposing a wild imagination with nuance and restraint, resulting in a pulsing and dynamic musical experience. The album features production work from platinum selling producer Jake One, the futuristic sounds of Jahon Mikal, vocal performances by Adra Boo and Hanna Benn, and live instrumentation by Evan Flory-Barnes and many more.