Who likes records?? We do! You do! That's why we're going to the Record Store Day after party at Pour House Oceanside on Saturday, April 18. Jams provided by SBU and our besties Trouble in the Wind. Plus DJ Lexicon Devil will be spinning a ton of tasty tracks. Spin Records will be selling some specialty vinyl too! And it's FREE!! And for you SBU fans, this is our last gig before we head off to Europe in May, so come shake boogie and sweat with us! 8:30pm. Make sure you spend that afternoon at Spin Records in Carlsbad. They're gonna have some amazing new vinyl for Record Store Day, plus musical acts Gift Machine, Tractormen and Trouble In The Wind-unplugged. It's a full day fo sho!
Freakbeat mod garage danceathon spectacular! Miss at your peril!
Shake Before Us supports the Stone Foxes, raw rock n roll from SF! Coo Coo Birds (SF) opens.
Sounds Like: The Animals, The Hives, The Sonics, The Doors, The Stranglers (Official)
Label: Tower Bar Records
“Noisy, rocking, trash, garage, mayhem, 60's punk, sci-fi dance music.”
SHAKE BEFORE US has just wrapped up it's second full-length album, RADIO TIME BOMB, due for release on vinyl and CD August 29, 2014. It’s coming out on upstart San Diego label, Tower Bar Records. The label is a natural offs...See Full Bio
: From Saturdays pourhouseoceanside show w @troublenthewind . Man was it packed! The line outside… https://t.co/5Dykh8DYAg
“Shake Before Us are like the ’60s never ended... Radio Time Bomb is a perfect assemblage of the same sounds that got me through the hellish demands of public school and teen puberty back in the day. The band brought John Reis (Drive Like Jehu, Rocket From the Crypt) back to produce the record and the results are pure sci-fi rock from five decades ago... They are very good, to the extent that I think they could easily carry their own water on a cover of anything recorded by the king of all ’60s garage rock, Mitch Ryder, if they wanted to... At present, their sound is a blend of old influences with Eric Burdon and the Animals on the top of the heap... At the core of the reactor of such vintage rock are two distinct sounds: a particular type of organ and vocals that were howled, not sung. Shake Before Us has nailed the concept, and I like them because they remind me of better days. If only we could all go back in time for real. If only it were that simple.”