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KNOWER Plays Live at Lodge Room Highland Park This Friday

Youtube memetrash aesthetic goes live this Friday with KNOWER's first Los Angeles show of the year featuring live backing band at the Lodge Room Highland Park. Louis Cole and Genevieve Artadi, the project's only constants, mix electrofunk and jazz with more than a touch of net humor that makes anyone wonder when they'll do a collaboration with Bill Wurtz. The duo will embark on several festival appearances before taking off in the spring to tour through Europe. Friday's show will kick off with performances from Thumpasaurus, The Unending Thread, and Plexus. - Ryan Mo

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Redacted Collective Throws 4 Shows for Summer Mixtape Volume 2

Los Angeles and Oakland based label Redacted Collective will host a series of shows to celebrate the release of their second annual mixtape, featuring new tracks from Genevieve Artadi, Love Nothing, The Unending Thread, Old Notes, and more. The string of shows will span Berkeley to Eagle Rock through late-August and early-September. Catch the first show at Gilman's on the 26th, followed by the Hi Hat on the 27th, rec center on September 2nd, and All Star Lanes on the 9th. The mixtape is set to release on August 24th on Redacted Collective's Bandcamp.

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Second three-part [redacted] showcase with The Unending Thread at Los Globos

There are certain songs that speak to you when you’re young, and those songs are perfectly executed by The Unending Thread's split tape with Forget It. Perhaps it’s because they’ve had a few years to find their sound, but now that they have it is a significant voice for the young and reckless. That sound consists of strong relevant lyrics like “You never know what life has in store…I know I don’t know anything/ And that’s the best part of this journey that hasn’t happened yet” (“La Casa De Mi Padre”) and catchy choruses like “You always bring out the best of me” (“Dearest Anna”). Bassist Kim Reyes’ singing, often accompanied by guitarist Cesar Alas, drives a clear melodic path in the midst of the instrumental background.

The expertly arranged electric guitar, electric bass, and drums are so nicely played that they often compete with the vocals in the foreground, receiving much deserved attention.

Catch the Unending Thread's performance at [redacted] Collective's three-part showcase next week in celebration of the label's first official mixtape. The mixtape will be released August 12 at the first show at The Smell and Saturday the 13th at Los Globos, where The Unending Thread plays with Utena, Gypsum, and Ruby Throated. First fifty guests to these two shows will receive a free physical cassette, containing 11 new and previously unreleased tracks by artists from the [redacted] roster. - Kaitlyn Tang

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The Unending Thread Premieres New Music Video "Salvation Mountain"

Fresh from their live at The Hi Hat, The Unending Thread premieres their music video "Salvation Mountain" on The Deli LA. Home video aesthetic meets smooth jazz nods to the vape nation, VWs, and Nickelback. Julian Rogantini gets swept up chasing clouds and shirks on his pet responsibilities—meanwhile, Kim Reyes and Cesar Alas fight for the last Doritos. Credits to Daniel Gilbreath, Christina Hitchcock and Michael de Toffoli.

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West Coast Tour for The Unending Thread, Split to Come

In July The Unending Thread brings Southland twinklecore up the coast during the summer tour circuit, and are slated to release a split with Berkeley Emo quartet Forget It. through Old Press Recordings. From July 7 to 18th, The Unending Thread will trek up the 5-Interstate to Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington before coming back down for two more shows in San Francisco. The US-based, self-proclaimed "mediocre [tape] label" (with amazing bands) made the announcement on June 27 following a relocation to Utah from Maryland.

The San Fernando trio perform next at The Hi Hat on July 2nd with Youtube controllerist R!OT to support nu-jazz duo KNOWER's homecoming. Post good boba tea houses to hit up in the comments. - illustration: Renzon Sanchez

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