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Gloin - Wild New Single, Lee's Palace 02.08

Lo-Fi Psych group Gloin are getting ready to release a new EP this spring. The first single has now debuted and it’s a very adventurous garage/psych tune. Thumpin’ drums set the tone off the top of "Cha Cha". Followed along by a mix of chuggin’ reverby guitar and 80’s pop sounding synth. The vocals sound like she’s singing on the other side of the hall but the angry tone makes up for that. The track switches to a laid back, surfy vibe for a minute before getting’ really heavy. This track will keep you guessing but it’s cool all the way through. Gloin plays Lee’s Palace on February 8th with Kaleidoscope Horse, TEKE TEKE and World News. - Kris Gies





Who is Wht.Rbbt.Obj?

The mysterious new garage rock duo Wht.Rbbt.Obj have kicked of 2019 by releasing their first two singles “Unlucky 13” and “Silence”. What we know is that this is a married coupled calling themselves Francis & River with other musical identities in the community. We could make some guesses as to who this may be, but we are too busy enjoying their music.

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Garage Punk

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Desert Sharks
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/desertsharks/
Venue name: 
Alphaville
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Speed Babes @ Reed's Local (1/18)

Speed Babes is the Lo-Fi Garage Punk of Jesse Ewan, Mike Mazzola, and Dave Rentauskas. They recently released the first single, “We Sell Your Soul”, from their forthcoming album, Tape Pink, which is due this Spring.

You can catch Speed Babes at Reed’s Local on January 18th with Lollygagger and Djunah.

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Schlotman’s New Single “Bang Bang” Hits Hard

We are pleased to debut the new single “Bang Bang” from Schlotman, off their upcoming album Animal Glamour (another success brought to you by Tiny Telephone Studios). Pair this bad boy with their other single, “7-11 Jesus,” and we’re pretty confident that 2019’s album will be on par with 2018’s Future and ‘17’s On a Rope. More like on a roll. Lucas Nevrla’s vocals are lovely as ever (somewhere between Jeff Buckley and Julian Casablancas) and though this track has a sadder feel than a lot of their other songs, we’re kept from crying by those winding melodic riffs, the warm reverberating hum, a taste of grunge and just a little psychedelic guitar. Lines like, “Baby blue, all I want is someone to do bad things to” get stuck in your head as much as the melodies. Tasteful mixing and mastering by Brandon Eggleston and Chris Hanzsek, respectively. We can’t wait to see them live, February 12th at The Gilman and stay tuned for that January 29th full album release. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

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