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The Seventh Season, consisting of Konstantin Batygin (vocals/guitar), Erik Petigura (guitar/vocals), Gabrielle Pichierri (bass), and Max Gorbachev (drums), is a Los Angeles-based rock band that seamlessly blends modern hard rock with classic rock 'n' roll. Their powerful vocals, electrifying guitars, solid basslines, and dynamic drumming create an energetic sound that has captivated audiences across the globe. With a rich history dating back to their formation in 1972, The Seventh Season has continually evolved, releasing albums like "Fall Within" (2003), Transposition (2006) and "Liquid Water" (2007), which received critical acclaim. In 2023, the band has released a highly anticipated studio album, “Remembrance” as well as an acoustic album "Sketches," showcasing their growth and musical prowess. A follow-up studio album "Starlight" is set for release in 2024. Follow The Seventh Season to experience their captivating rock sound and stay up to date with their latest releases.

Memorial Day Live 

The Memorial Day Jam in Pasadena was such a thrill. Thanks to all of you who made it, and looking forward to the next time!

SHOUTOUT LA 

Squarely in the category of "Characteristics & Habits That Matter"

Out of the Lab! 

 

Friends -- 

May 26, 5pm LA time -- join in from the comfort of your home to check out our play new music + Planet 9 symphony composed by Eduardo Marturet. Stay for the Q&A and ask us anything!

RSVP here: https://events.caltech.edu/series/caltechlive/batygin

flashback: MISO 

Playing the Planet 9 theme last year with MiamiSymphony - written by the one and only Eduardo Marturet - was so cool, and a true honor. Tune in to their YouTube channel this Sunday to check it out, and show your support for their Herculean efforts.

T minus 1 week 

One week from today - Dec. 7 at 7pm - the one & only Prof. Julia R Greer, the illustrious Dr. Lucy Jones, and yours truly + Erik Petigura will join forces and play music at Caltech Beckman auditorium. This. Is. Not. A. Drill. 

Come for the free concert, and stay for the 1946 holiday classic "It's a Wonderful Life" directed by Caltech alumnus Frank Capra (BS 1918) afterwards. 

We even practiced a little bit...