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Fruit & Flowers play Alphaville on April 28th

Fruit & Flowers return to ALPHAVILLE in Bushwick on April 28th, this time to headline a show after supporting Monograms' LP release show there last week. After performing at SXSW in March, the psych rock quartet has had a busy April playing gigs with other fellow Brooklyn bands and wrapping up a tour across the Midwest. At ALPHAVILLE, they'll share a bill with punk groups C'yotes and Teen Vice, the latter of which includes Tammy Hart of MEN and Joshua Ackley of The Dead Betties. Catch below their latest track "Way Out", written for Speak Into My Good Eye's 3rd Annual 24 Hour Song Writing Challenge, and the live version as the band performed it on Manhattan Neighborhood Network's The Special Without Brett Davis, here. - Will Sisskind

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Down Dirty Shake and Cosmic Correlation Conspiracy Share a Bill With Black Doldrums at Elbo Room - 4/20

On April 20th, the San Francisco based neo psych band, Down Dirty Shake will be performing live and sharing a bill with the SF based band, Cosmic Correlation Conspiracy and the UK based psych duo Black Doldrums. Make sure you head down to the Elbo Room to experience a full on night of heavy psychedelic rock vibes.

Down Dirty Shake is a rock n roll band based out of San Francisco. The group is deeply influenced by the 60's/70's. Touching on latin, psych, soul, pop and garage rock. The live shows are guaranteed to be an experience; always full of energy and raw emotion. DDS is most well known for there annual milk bar residency and throwing DIY music festivals. Cosmic Correlation Conspiracy made their first appearance as the opening act for the 1960’s cult-classic, The Chocolate Watchband on their 50th year anniversary show at the Acid Test in May of 2016. Stemming from the universal musical tradition of reinterpretation, their music is a fusion of freewheeling freak-flagged blues with a twist of eastern mysticism and tribal rhythms. Black Doldrums supported Sterling Roswell of Spacemen 3 and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth at the Stock Newington Music Festival as well as Lee Scratch Perry and The Fall at Levels Festival. Additionally, they took time out to play two shows back to back in London and Manchester for the Alan McGee curated charity events Musicians Against Homelessness, supporting 'Blue Orchids' and sharing the stage with Martin Bramah (founding member of The Fall). 





Winstons bring their brassy blues to Ethyl's 4/11

Brooklyn-based by way of Virginia, Winstons are serving up home-fried garage soul the way your daddy likes it. The two-man powder keg of a band busts out blues rock in all its brassy and barefaced glory--crafting tracks that play out like a cross-country drive on the interstate. Recording directly to tape, the livewire, unbridled passion that pulses through the band's tracks is left totally intact, and if anything's for sure, they don't quite make 'em like this anymore. Catch Winstons live at Ethyl's 4/11 and make sure you stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni

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Women In Music - Bay Area Takes Place This Weekend

This weekend, Oakland is going to positively overrun by the power of WOMEN IN MUSIC!

Women in Music - Bay Area, is a weekend-long multi-generational conference and festival dedicated to women breaking ground in music. Between panels, workshops, film screenings, and dance parties, Women in Music strives to bring together women from all areas of the music industry, while encouraging more female participation, empowerment, and entrepreneurship.

The goal of #WIMBayArea is simple: to provide a local platform for women in music and beyond to unite, network, and celebrate. For more information, visit: https://www.wimbayarea.com/

Weekend passes allow you entry to all ticketed parties April 7-9 in Downtown Oakland, CA.
Weekend passes are currently on sale for $25. You must be 21+ to purchase a weekend pass.
NOTE: WEEKEND PASSES DO NOT INCLUDE ACCESS TO PANELS, WORKSHOPS, MARKETS, OR WELLNESS EVENTS.

 





New Music Video: "CoastGhost2Coast" - Haunted Homes

Wearing a creepy mask while strolling through the streets, the new video for Haunted Homes' "CoastGhost2Coast" leaves one in an uneasy state. Directed by Bob Sweeney, the song’s ominous vibe is captured with its dim, black & white aesthetic. Then, as if a spell had been cast, those dressed in ghostly apparel lurk into the night to see over their surroundings. You can catch the band in the flesh on Thursday, April 13 at Johnny Brenda’s with Sallie Ford and Molly Burch. (Photo by Bob Sweeney)

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