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Folk/Country

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Odell Fox
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/odellfoxmusic/?ref=br_rs
Venue name: 
Hotel Café
Band email: 
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Sure Sure let their funky selves free on "Hands Up Head Down"

Art pop quartet Sure Sure first caught our attention with songs like "New Biome" and "The Expert," both of which brought a slick pop sound with an inventive stroke. A year later, the band is expanding their reach with their latest single, "Hands Up Head Down," where they let their funky selves free with a slinky groove that recalls the sumptuous prog-pop of Genesis and Steely Dan. The track benefits from these odd sonic contrivances that add to its overall playfulness, but never do they lose sight of a catchy, earworm chorus that might just place them on commercial rock radio. Even if they light the room with a breezy and easygoing disposition, their careful attention to detail on "Hands Up Head Down" proves they're intent on writing songs that are flat-out fun without undermining their own intelligence.

Sure Sure are playing The Fonda on January 28, 2018 supporting Hippo Campus.





Indie pop artist Kingsbury reclaims control on "Alone Again"

Caroline Kingsbury has dropped a single from her upcoming LP with Northern Transmissions, “Alone Again”. Fresh from Nashville, this emerging artist is creating a brand new name for herself in her new home of Los Angeles. Kingsbury has a similar aesthetic to Lana Del Ray but creates her own dreamy pop chords, smooth vocal transitions, and catchy drumbeats. Her poptastic sound creates the perfect mood for any lazy day drinking by yourself, long night drives with your best friend or dancing when no one is looking. Kingsbury's heart bleeds through her music; she speaks volumes to those struggling through a changing period in their life. Fighting alone through every situation you find yourself in, and figuring it out alone. Not only an inspiration to me, but anyone who travels and moves a lot, picking up and leaving everything behind you is a lot harder than people think. This song is our anthem, and I thank her for that. Sometimes it takes a few falls in order to pick yourself back up. - Kayla Hay

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Love Nothing's "Waiting for Godot" Featured in Good Vibes 2nd Volume Compilation, House Show with New Bassist Tonight

Mallgoth revival group Love Nothing recently featured their single "Waiting for Godot" in Common Ground Records' second massive compilation "Good Vibes." September proceeds to the 91-song comp go to fund the Keep A Breast Foundation.

Additionally, Cindy Sukrattanawong (Littlest Sister, Batwings Catwings, ex-Dustin and the Explosions) joins as Love Nothing's new bassist following the amicable departure of Cesar Alas (The Unending Thread); see her debut performance with them tonight at a Los Angeles DIY house show.

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Art pop trio Pair of Arrows release debut EP WALLS on 9/29

Pair of Arrows recently released their latest single, "Walls," an explicit meditation into the changing dynamics of love expressed in a lush and ominous downtempo groove. Taken from their upcoming debut EP of the same name, the electronic art pop trio modernize the chilling sounds of 4AD-informed goth pop with a seductive, spine-tingling allure.

WALLS comes out on September 29 via Blank City Records.

 

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