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Indie Rock





Indie Rock

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Rachael Sage
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/rachaelsagepage/
Venue name: 
The Bitter End
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New Track: "Get Over It" - Tinmouth

Surprise Time, the forthcoming sophomore album from Tinmouth, is scheduled to arrive on June 2. Set into percussive motion, “Get Over It” is the melodically-sustained tale of maintaining the will to fight, despite consistent losses. While the message is delivered with a self-assured, positive confidence, the harshness of reality still smacks down. Ortlieb’s will host Tinmouth’s record release show on Friday, June 2 with Secret Nudist FriendsLittle Kicks, and Journalism. 

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New Music Video: "Make It Her, Forever" - The Orange Drop

The music video for “Make It Her, Forever” by The Orange Drop may have slipped under our radar initially. However, now that it’s in full-view, we can’t look away. Featured on Stoned In Love (available via Mega Dodo), the video drills deep into a heady kaleidoscope. You can get lost in the vibes this Sunday, May 22 at Bourbon & Branch, where they'll be joined by Doug Tuttle and Lina Tullgren. 

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THE TENENBAUMS - SMALL TOWN GRAVEL PUNK

These guys were raised in a small town near Ottawa. So they had plenty of time to drink cheap beer and make dirty punk tunes. Gravel punk unique to the Tenenbaums. Hectic rock n roll that is still catchy...that makes for a great combo.  "We'll Always Have Milhouse" is available on their bandcamp page. So crank it before The Tenenbaums come to town. Make some noise for the Tenenbaums at Cherry Cola's on June 10th along with Wine Lips. - Kris Gies

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Street Eaters Celebrate Album Release at Octopus Literary Salon - 5/25

Bay Area punk duo Street Eaters, who following the release of their last album ‘Blood: Muscles: Bones” are releasing upcoming ‘The Envoy’ via their own label Nervous Intent Records on 5/12. A concept album inspired by recent political events and based on dystopian, gender revolutionary author Ursula Le Guin, The Envoy features the signatures of the band- driving bass, heavy hitting drumming from Megan March, and dual vocals- but more analytical songwriting. 

Street Eaters will be celebrating their album release show at Octopus Literary Salon May 25th.

 

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