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Alt Rock

Time: 
13:00
Band name: 
Five07 Creative Fest
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/events/438629503386500/permalink/464993147416802/
Venue name: 
King Gillette Ranch
Band email: 
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Alt Rock

Time: 
13:00
Band name: 
Five07 Creative Fest
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/five07-creative-festival-tickets-63127603361
Venue name: 
King Gillette Ranch
Band email: 
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Alt Rock

Time: 
13:00
Band name: 
Five07 Creative Fest
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/five07-creative-festival-tickets-63127603361
Venue name: 
King Gillette Ranch
Band email: 
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Mrs. Henry takes us to "The River"

San Diego four-piece Mrs. Henry usher in the classic and roots rock of the '70s, often paying homage by closely following the intended source material. Recently, the band recruited over thirty musicians from their local music scene to recreate influential Canadian rockers The Band's farewell show The Last Waltz. And "The River," their latest original single, represents a collective renewal after undertaking such a daunting project—even if they originally conceived it during a busy period in their lives. The gospel-tinged boogie rock of "The River" evokes a loose jam session, but more so in feeling, as the arrangements sound carefully crafted and versatile. Inspired from a trip guitarist/vocalist Dan Cervantes took to Big Sur, the rollicking, multi-part track signifies the search for something meaningful, using natural elements to bring cleansing from within. It's a simple step forward for a band who's choosing to narrow their focus after satisfying their lofty ambitions. - Juan Rodríguez

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Still's "Control" is a haunting romantic rumination

Still's debut single, "Divinity," seemingly came out of nowhere—the trio delved into the melodic side of post-punk with its ringing, layered guitars and robust rhythm section.  Their latest single, "Control," also adopts a trebly, shimmering sound that comes across like the work of a full band rather than an intimate bedroom recording—an anomaly for a contemporary band that adopts an eighties guitar-pop style. There's an-all-embracing romanticism to lead singer Daniel McDonough's passionate admission: "Embers rising from a fire / You burned it all down so your past selves would die," he sings in a tender falsetto, showcasing his commanding range over a beautifully arranged balance of delicate synth lines and just the right amount of reverb—very much in the tradition of songwriters like Gerard "Caesar" McInulty and Mark Burgess. - Juan Rodríguez

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