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The Bonseye (L.A.) Lovekraft (L.A.) Dead Bedouin (L.A) Facts On File (L.A) The Astaires Gloom Bloom Hosted by people of the music scene, with help from Melodious Din Records. A homemade festival that has been going on for years, is coming once again. Musicians, Artists, Painters.. People of any kind who appreciate the arts.. gather under the vegas sun / stars to appreciate the peace and love while listening to some sweet bands. Still currently looking for Artists willing to showcase their art!
10 Facts on File will be effectively modernizing 60's garage-rock rhythms with a post-punk angularity tonight. Show up prepared for their high energy, tight rhythm, and fluid musical dynamics. Homework: Get to know Facts on File (as well as a cute little white dog) in their video for "Immune To It") http://youtu.be/NMiJJhGRbLU 11 The Electric West will be celebrating the release of their new ep "Verdugo," which documents their dense, dark, and foreboding take on 80's post punk and eerie indie rock. Homework: Listen to the single now, and the album on March 21st. https://theelectricwest.bandcamp.com/album/verdugo 12 PANTHAR will be coming in hot, melding a range of 80s art punk and underground influences while bringing us a dirty LA edge to their blitzed out dark pop confection. Homework: Watch their newest video for "Ghost Rocket" https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=714428701989435 Saturday. April 4th. 2015 Doors @ 9pm Ages +21 $5
Sounds Like: The Cars, Gang Of Four Official, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The Black Keys, Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Manager: Ryan Koffman
Bio: Facts on File are based in L.A. but formed in 2006 in San Francisco. The three-piece indie rock band crafts songs that modernize 60's garage-rock rhythms with overtones of Talking Heads, The Cars, or even an updated Suicide or a synth-free Devo. The lead vocals and songwriting style of singer & b...See Full Bio
“Pan through Southern Californian desert: close up of sand and dune beetle; cut to crevasse with man in tuxedo climbing out, grasping half a bottle of champagne. This is the first 22 seconds of LA-based trio Facts on File’s new video, “How Will We Get Along.” It is also perfect imagery to describe the band’s sound—gritty and carefree, but with a hint of class. The three-piece creates infectious ‘60s-inspired pop tunes that burrow deep in your eardrums and invoke dance parties wherever they are played. Aside from the video debut, expect a record release from the retro poppers in the spring, and check them out live with Tubby Boots, and The Deli LA’s current Artist of the Month, both 3 ½ and Bikos, at The Cinema Bar Saturday, April 7th.”