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7.29 Sidebar
Total Abuse
Sexgender
Sean Seaton


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7.30 Windup Space
Joy Classic
Civil Union (NZ)
Boyspit

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8.3 Ottobar Upstairs
Lexington Arrows
Winter Bear
TBA


8.7 Ottobar Upstairs
G. Green
TBA


8.11 Holy Frijoles
$$ FREE SHOW $$
Mother's Children
TBA


8.27 Ottobar Upstairs
Kevin Morby (of Woods)
+ TBA


10.3& 10.4 Ottobar
U+Nfest 3 Details coming soon!





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added to the cover show at Ottobar on 12.17

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CONFIRMED! 12.17 at Ottobar
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CHARTREUSE (Ed Schrader & Kevin Sherry) as Lou Reed/ David Bowie/ Elton JohnEARLY UNIVERSE ( mem. of White Life, Other Colors, Smoke Bellow) as the CarsSILVER MOUNTAIN BOYS as Dio UPLIFT MOFOS (mem This World Sucks, Needle Gun, WZT Hearts & Eyeball Skeleton) as Red Hot Chili Peppers Doors at 8/ Show at 8:30$$5$$2 for 1 drinks after the show!!!!

CONFIRMED! 12.17 at Ottobar

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CHARTREUSE (Ed Schrader & Kevin Sherry) as Lou Reed/ David Bowie/ Elton John

EARLY UNIVERSE ( mem. of White Life, Other Colors, Smoke Bellow) as the Cars

SILVER MOUNTAIN BOYS as Dio 

UPLIFT MOFOS (mem This World Sucks, Needle Gun, WZT Hearts & Eyeball Skeleton) as Red Hot Chili Peppers 


Doors at 8/ Show at 8:30
$$5$$
2 for 1 drinks after the show!!!!

Flyer by U+N, click to RSVP!!

Flyer by U+N, click to RSVP!!

Flyer for Secret Mountains record release by David Van… click to RSVP!!

Flyer for Secret Mountains record release by David Van… click to RSVP!!

CONFIRMED! 1.15 AT GOLDEN WEST

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A SUNNY DAY IN GLASGOW (Slumberland, Philly)
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Presented by Unregistered Nurse & Savage Party

CONFIRMED! 8.19
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Gen Pop & Unregistered Nurse Present… DEEP TIME (Austin, TX- Hardly Art Records, mem. of The Carrots)HARDLY ART

Other Colors (Bmore)SOUNDCLOUD Antherums (Bmore)SOUNDCLOUD $6/ 10pm from P4k; Austin duo YellowFever’s self-titled debut had a certain neighborliness about it, its droll, minimalist pop songs taking on the unhurried tempo of an afternoon stroll. Singer/guitarist Jennifer Moore’s delivery was genial, and the band’s infectious tunes sounded like nursery rhymes for the Austin set, recalling the minimalist pop of Young Marble Giants and the bristly surf-rock of recent tourmates Grass Widow. Then, something decidedly unneighborly happened: another band called Yellow Fever threatened to sue them. Maybe more new bands should find themselves threatened with legal action, because it really seems to have lit the fire under Moore and drummer Adam Jones, who now make music as Deep Time. “Clouds,” the first single from their forthcoming self-titled debut LP under the new name, kicks everything about their sound up a few notches. Moore’s riffs hobble around with an off-kilter rhythm, while Jones’s economical, driving beat holds the whole thing together. If the sinister, twitchy atmosphere of “Clouds” is any indicator, Deep Time are out to make something more complex than minimalist earworms. “You got bigger while I was away,” Moore lilts on the hook. You could say that again.
CONFIRMED! 8.19
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Gen Pop & Unregistered Nurse Present…

DEEP TIME (Austin, TX- Hardly Art Records, mem. of The Carrots)
HARDLY ART
Other Colors (Bmore)
SOUNDCLOUD

Antherums (Bmore)
SOUNDCLOUD

$6/ 10pm

from P4k;
Austin duo YellowFever’s self-titled debut had a certain neighborliness about it, its droll, minimalist pop songs taking on the unhurried tempo of an afternoon stroll. Singer/guitarist Jennifer Moore’s delivery was genial, and the band’s infectious tunes sounded like nursery rhymes for the Austin set, recalling the minimalist pop of Young Marble Giants and the bristly surf-rock of recent tourmates Grass Widow. Then, something decidedly unneighborly happened: another band called Yellow Fever threatened to sue them.

Maybe more new bands should find themselves threatened with legal action, because it really seems to have lit the fire under Moore and drummer Adam Jones, who now make music as Deep Time. “Clouds,” the first single from their forthcoming self-titled debut LP under the new name, kicks everything about their sound up a few notches. Moore’s riffs hobble around with an off-kilter rhythm, while Jones’s economical, driving beat holds the whole thing together. If the sinister, twitchy atmosphere of “Clouds” is any indicator, Deep Time are out to make something more complex than minimalist earworms. “You got bigger while I was away,” Moore lilts on the hook. You could say that again.

Added! 5.17

Other Colors have been added to the Dent May show next Thursday at Golden West!

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Flier by Jake Berry, click to RSVP

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CONFIRMED! 3/6
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GET TIX; HERE Royal Baths (Dark lo-fi garage/ psych, Kanine/ Woodsist… FACEBOOK) Other Colors ( Future folk, Genpop… FACEBOOK) Slowdance (Pretty pop music… FACEBOOK) $6/ 10pm all ages From Pitchfork;  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.

CONFIRMED! 3/6

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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)

$6/ 10pm
all ages


From Pitchfork;
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.

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