CONFIRMED! 12.19 AT WINDUP
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( Psychedelic Jams from Outer Space)
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FOSTER CARE (Ex-Carbonas/Exhumans, from Brooklyn)
From the Village Voice;
“One man’s “sloppy” is another man’s “shindig.” That is the essential truism you should keep in mind when checking out local loonies Foster Care. In the fine tradition of later-2000s Brooklyn dive-dwelling riff-rammers like Live Fast Die and DC Snipers, Foster Care get faster, more furious, and drunker with each tune, while (usually) holding together their downhill-sans-brakes momentum. The Foster fellows have been the house band for punk-bar tomfoolery for a year-plus now, playing out incessantly. But they’ve figured a way to get it all down on their new LP Bad Vibe City (Jackshack). ”
(full review & interview… HERE)
for the Widowspeak/ Boyhood/ Hollows show on 7.5 at Golden West!
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SECRET MUSIC (Black Bell Records… FACEBOOK )
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“Ramshackle indie rock duo Secret Music builds their frenetic pop around simple, catchy synth or guitar lines” –Stereogum
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RHYTON (Thrill Jockey, Mem. D. Charles Speer and the Helix, No Neck Blues Band & Psychic Ills)
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Rhyton is an experimental/improv/psych trio based in Brooklyn that features Dave Shuford (D. Charles Speer and the Helix, No Neck Blues Band), Jimy SeiTang (Psychic Ills) and Spencer Herbst (Messages, Matta Llama). They are a band with an organic genesis, born from late night rap sessions at a local Brooklyn watering hole. Heads of certain vibe gathered together to tap into the underlying flux form of transportational music.
“And maybe that’s what makes Rhyton’s album so enjoyable, the sense that old wine can — in the right distorted, rock-amplified hands — still get you raging drunk.” - Dusted Magazine
Review from tiny mix tapes; http://www.tinymixtapes.com/music-review/rhyton-rhyton
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Royal Baths (Dark lo-fi garage/ psych, Kanine/ Woodsist… FACEBOOK)
Other Colors ( Future folk, Genpop… FACEBOOK)
Slowdance (Pretty pop music… FACEBOOK)
The San Francisco garage-psych world isn’t a bastion of optimism, but it’s a little too sunshiney for Royal Baths. Perhaps that’s why the duo moved to Brooklyn ahead of the release of its second full-length, Better Luck Next Life, an album gloomy almost to the point of self-parody. It’s nine songs about black souls, black hearts, S&M, and dark lords pounded out over Bo Diddley beats. They don’t skimp on the details, either. For Royal Baths, there is no question: The world is a vampire.
In the past, Royal Baths’ music has been tagged as psychedelic if only because of their geographic proximity to groups like the Fresh & Onlys, Thee Oh Sees, and Ty Segall. But this latest set of songs yields little in the way of incense and peppermints. It’s a sludgy, turgid take on the blues, swiping it’s chief inspiration from the Velvet Underground but supplementing heavily with sounds from mid-1980s goth rockers like the Gun Club and the Bad Seeds. Each song is a handful of grotty chords strummed on a guitar with every string tuned to the same note.