Saturday, August 9th, 2014 at 6:00pm
The Rogers (Oakland, CA):
"They have quite a complicated list of ingredients to their sound, which is most easily described as 'Americana.'" -- Steven Short, Crosscurrents KALW
"That man (Walter Nix) is a TRUE outlaw. Ain't no hipster bullshit comin' outta them boys." -- Brendan O'Loughlin, The Jaunting Martyrs
Strange Ideas (Oakland, CA):
"... primitive lo-fi glazed in folk dissonance that would make Kurt Vile proud... reinvented blues-meets-psych-folk." - Monterey County Weekly -- Adam Joseph, Monterey County Weekly
"The memories of family karaoke have helped influence the foundation of the Strange Ideas’ sound... Strange Ideas utilizes reverb-drenched guitar and a touch of dirty overdrive pedal. Hable has also traded in the Tom Waits whisky voice he brought to White Dogs for a more natural crooner voice." -- Adam Joseph, Monterey County Weekly
Puffalo Phil (San Francisco, CA):
Swept in with the morning tide, some say Puffalo Phil is the first flower child, others the missing key to a new frontier. Clothed in animal skins and smelling of elderflower, he sings the timeless cosmic cowboy songs that ground us in the past while navigating the American story that is still being written. Joined by The See & Double You Band, a ragtag crew of road trippers and string pickers, Phil and his friends bring you a selection of fine rhymes from the past as well as red hot originals.
Uncle (Oakland, CA):
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