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Blue Star 2200 E 15th St Los Angeles, CA 90021 BLUNDERTOWN & LA RECORD PRESENT
Kaleidomagorics VII: Quasi-Festival of Quasi-Festival's SATURDAY 14TH APRIL @ THE SMELL (DOWNTOWN LA) FIVE DOLLAR ENTRY // DOORS OPEN AT 8PM NIGHT OPENS WITH FIRST VIDEO SCREENING AT 8:30PM SHARP MUSIC: MOAB (Belated Kemado debut-LP party for the best of LA HEAVY) LANTVRN (showing everyone their future, daily dreams) IDES OF GEMINI (debut LP out in May on Neurot!) AXEL ESTRADA (more to come on Sir Axel!) *ONE MORE ACT TBD* WORLDWIDE, PREMIERE OF DARE: -Short video screenings: Confirmed is work by Arik Roper -Release party for the "Dude Man" dual-story by Jack Patrick Chico Foley and Brett Hanson -JPCF curates (work being shown from the following artists): Ruairiadh O'Connell, Travis Wyche, Kyle Forrest Burns, Andrew Jason Conte, Martin de Pedro...*More TBD*! THE BAZAAR: -Jenny Ryf Doucedame's TUCO Clothing -Brooke Worrel's Custom Leather and Denim -Cinco Dollares Haircuts: from the barbershop duet, Kiersa Carhart and Brenda Jett Kamt -Baked goods and smashing cakes from Michelle Marquis and Maneesh Madahar
11-11-11 Viper Room - MOAB - HUNTRESS - IDES OF GEMINI
GLACIERS plays w/ True Widow (TX) and Moab (LA) this coming Wednesday.
w/ True Widow
Bio: Riffs mashed into melodies, melodies molded by volume. Songs sourced by three people and three influences: Old power amps, planets, and painkillers.
Recently signed to Kemado Records, Moab's debut Album "Ab Ovo" released Aug 16th 2011, is now available on Vinyl and mp3 from Kemado.com.
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Moab has a show on 06/01/2012 at 09:00 PM @ Blue Star Cafe in Los Angeles, CA http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/114518006 #concert
“Moab Ab Ovo Kemado Street: 08.16 Moab = Kyuss + Black Sabbath + Pentagram Ab Ovo hits hard and doesn’t lack in the groove and rhythm department. There’s some definite Sabbath worship going on here, but it isn’t blatant. The riffs in “Staring at the Wall, pt. 1 & 2” are gargantuan—hell, they’re huge throughout the album—but Ab Ovo isn’t all about delivering a pounding. There’s magnificently executed soloing and other guitar-tinkering, and the vocalist sounds like he’s singing at the top of his lungs then going almost to a lullaby. Moab doesn’t deliver doom; most of their songs are going to result in glorious smiles or fits that may resemble seizures—but it’s all just rocking out. Just try and put this in your pipe and smoke it; every foreseeable outcome sees you being knocked on your ass. –Bryer Wharton ”