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Kohoutek Opening for Dead Meadow at Underground Arts May 13

The rocket-fueled, over-driven sonic exploits of Kohoutek are set to launch from Underground Arts this evening. One braces for the long haul as this crew’s mind-warping noise-psych union shakes the foundation, bridging new connections amid the chaotic afterburn. Lock yourself in, hold on tight and enjoy the ride. Tonight, they’ll be joined on a billing that embraces the heavy, as the haunting rumble of Gondola creates a path to the grunge-shoegaze of Creepoid and the raunchy psych of Dead Meadow. Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill St., 9pm, $14, 21+ - Michael Colavita





New Gondola EP Available For Streaming & Purchase

Recorded during the same sessions that resulted in their Get Bent album, Gondola recently issued a new EP The Floating East. The triad of songs captures a possessing mind-warping heaviness. The sticky fire of guitar licks slices through, unifying the pounding propulsion of bass and percussion as the vocals steer from deep in the valley. Catch the trio in the opening slot at Underground Arts Saturday as part of a lineup that also includes Creepoid, Kohoutek, and Dead Meadow. 





Ticket Giveaway: Dead Meadow, Creepoid, Gondola & Kohoutek at Underground Arts This Saturday

We have a killer show that we want to send you to this Saturday, May 16 at Underground Arts with Dead MeadowCreepoidGondola, and Kohoutek. To enter for a chance to win a pair of tix, just send an email to thedelimagazinephiladelphia@gmail.com with the subject line "Bring Out Your Dead!" Please also include your cell number in the body of the message (in case of an emergency). Good luck! 

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Gondola 7" Release Show at Ortlieb's March 2

Gondola welcomes the arrival of its new 7” Nightmare via Valley King Records tonight at Ortlieb’s. The trio shifts one’s perspective with its “you never know what lies beyond your field of vision" dilemma. Your head is led through the cavernous labyrinth by the twisted spell of a sorcerer’s vocals, heart-thumping backend, which unhesitatingly marches forward, and the sizzling, tumultuous guitar sparking the fire. The possessing, magma-oozing psych-rock of Igneous Eyes and the grim sludgy stomp of The Company Corvette, who have a new EP Never Enough scheduled for release on April 20, round out a lineup that's ready to shake the foundation of the NoLibs watering hole. Ortlieb’s, 847 N. Third St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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Gondola Opening for Dead Heavens at JB's Aug. 22

A tasty brew is cooking at Johnny Brenda’s this evening. Gondola’s tri-cogged synthesis of heavy haze will be in good order. The band embraces their stampeding sound, pushing the heart-jolting, foot-stomping, divide-and-conquer vibe. Emerging from a cavernous shade, the hazy possessed vocals gradually seep in. They’re given an additional prowess by the obliterating style that the instruments prescribe to. Backend thump and face-melting guitar ooze that encompassing trance-like state of medieval peril. Tonight, they help bridge the divide to Walter Schreifels's (Gorilla Biscuits) musical vehicle, Dead Heavens, which also includes former members of White Zombie, Youth of Today, and Cults. The resulting byproduct is familiarly catchy with instrumental ferocity to etch a personal road. Hardcore fixture Don Devore (Collapsing Scenery, Sick Feeling) gets the fire started. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave, 8pm, $12, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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