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"Mission: Comics and Art, Grand Opening Recap"

Folks, the rumors are true. There’s a new gallery in San Francisco’s Mission District disguised as a comics shop. Mission: Comics and Art had their grand-opening party on Saturday night. And so, like a moth to a flame, I was drawn to the rock-and-roll sounds radiating from the corner of 20th and San Carlos.

It’s an understated and remarkably large space, offering plenty of room for the exhibited artwork and well-stocked selection of graphic novels. At the opening, all five members of Genevapop had ample room to rock while the crowd mingled and danced.

Mission: Comics and Art aspires to be a junction point for the worlds of fine art, comics, and popular culture. The artwork exhibited included new works from local artists like Audrey Welch, Betsy Lam, Chris Conroy, Matt Delight, Meredith Scheff-King, telephoneandsoup, and W.A.M. – Women’s Art Movement.


Chris Conroy

Betsy Lam

There are more photos in my Flickr set.

photos by Josh Ellingson - Laughing Squid


Self Released EP in Spring of 2010!



Genevapop came alive in Fall of 2009, when five very different individuals decided it had been long enough a detour; that it was time to pursue what's true to our conviction: Music.

An Architect by education but Drummer by vocation, Chris Korbuly's Midwesterner Indie sensibility meets a certain revolution only a first generation Hungarian could possess. Call it intuition, or an extraordinary creative process, Patrick Youtz has just the right phrase to give our music that 80's American Pop shimmer. While Teddy Hose's style and instrumentation brings rhythmic diversity to our work, the melancholy ring to his solos and Shoegaze walls of sound could only come from rainy Seattle or the quiet woods of New York. Gian, born in Italy before moving to Austin, Texas, constantly challenges the norm and serves up classic styles form Jazz to Punk to Rock-and-Roll with a contemporary twist and arrangements that cement the melody and rhythm of our work together. Aish's ultra-multicultural musical sensibility, rooted in Jazz, Punk, Britpop and Hindustani, is only the icing on the cake.

Genevapop's music reflects our individual journeys coming together into one body of work. It would have been much easier to follow the same old paradigm and churn out song after song that sounds the same, but we believe in fundamentally continuing to grow our musicianship with time therefore we have needed to step out of our comfort zones in-studio by experimenting with different media and keeping our material diverse. Outside the studio, we've made sure we put up a show worth every penny and second of time of our audience. We have been lucky to have been appreciated by a diverse and discerning audience in such a short period of time and we hope to continue the trend. We have made people dance.

Ultimately, we enjoy the process of creation, performance and personal growth through our Music.