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Garage

Time: 
08:30
Band name: 
Superbrat
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/superbrat.band/
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Lot 1
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Gentle J release surreal video for "Smoking"

Jordan Thomas just had a rough day on "Smoking." The desert locale is a curious setting for Thomas, the main songwriter of Gentle J, and his bandmates to give their ode to the New Hollywood seventies movement with a grubby cinematic flair. The resplendent guitar arpeggios of the track give a faint glimmer of hope for Thomas, transforming an otherwise grim outcome with an impressionistic, even transporting form. Just like the scene that replays in Thomas's journey, "Smoking" possesses a dazzling hook that will also linger in your mind for days. Juan Rodríguez

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Alt Pop

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Tim Atlas
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/timatlasmusic/
Venue name: 
The Peppermint Club
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PLNT9 take on visceral noise rock on "Let Loose"

PLNT9 build up the intensity and keep it that way on "Let it Loose." The debut single by the Hermosa Beach trio provides a zestful blast of pure rock n' roll, where a hard-charging beat continually batters over Nick Haze's metallic riffs. But it's the dynamic rhythm section of vocalist Alex Archon and Chuck Mckissock that keeps the track in place, as they unapologetically play with a ferocity that is both muscular and taut. It's a confident introduction that clearly delineates the trio's no-frills combination of noise rock with psych elements.

The trio are following up "Let Loose" with a new single sometime in June. In the meantime, listen to the track below. Juan Rodríguez

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SLOWTRIP release pummeling new single "Follow," play Dipiazza's on 6/2

SLOWTRIP balance noise with beauty and rage on "Follow." The forthright alternative track, which makes a critique on the harmful effects of institutionalized faith, follows a pummeling form of tuneful rock music with a sludgy approach. But the four-piece don't have any interest in telling anyone how to go about their business, and instead, want to openly share their personal belief that one shouldn't conform to any societal norms. It's a dense, textural rocker that's thoughtful without becoming overly overbearing.

"Follow" is the latest single off of SLOWTRIP's forthcoming EP, Blur, which came out on May 18. Catch them on June 2 at Dipiazza's in Long Beach and June 13 at the Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa. Juan Rodríguez

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