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BY NICOLE GHAPGHARAN

L.A.-based musician and visual artist Young & Sick, also known as Nick van Hofwegen, is set to play Wednesday (7/25) at the Moroccan Lounge. The Dutch-born artist started releasing music in 2012 and dropped his debut album in 2014. After taking a few years off, he returned with EP Ojai, which includes the single (and title track), which landed a recent Apple Watch ad, and his most recent release, “No Static.” The latter premiered via The Fader.

The multi-faceted musician is also known for his visual art, making the album artwork for artists including Foster The People, Maroon 5 and Mikky Ekko.

Wednesday night’s show marks Young & Sick's first headline performance in four years. Don't miss it. His live set will also feature Psychic Twin’s Erin Fein, Gardens & Villa’s Dusty Ineman and The Velvet Teen’s Judah Nagler. Young & Sick is also expected to drop a new EP later this year. You can get tickets for the Moroccan Lounge show here, and listen to his latest EP below. Pro Tip: Find the nearest taco truck before entering the venue so you know where to go after the show.