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Calamity the Kid stress our generational divides on "American Muscle"

Calamity the Kid are proud of where they come from on "American Muscle." But the indie rock trio does address how this current generational shift has had to pay for their elders' immorality, a defiant outcry that a good portion of our population could perceive as, well, unamerican. "Well you're lucky if you just survive / get arrested and you don't know why / shot down by cops in doubles," summons singer-guitarist, Sam Doniger, as a fuzz-tinged guitar taints an otherwise modern pop sheen. He's simply telling it like it is, and there's no double standard that could ever disprove the song's message.

"American Muscle" is the first single off of Calamity the Kid's debut EP, Late Bloomer," which is out on February 2. You can also watch them perform at The Mint on January 8. Juan Rodríguez 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Electronic

Time: 
08:00
Band name: 
Daiza
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/soundsbydaiza/
Venue name: 
Silverlake Lounge
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No Age return with blistering new single "Drippy"

It's been a little over four years since we last heard of local noise rock institution No Age. The duo of Randy Randall and Dean Spunt is back with new single "Drippy," a blistering, two-and-a-half assault of barebones guitar and drums that many will consider as a return to form after 2013's more experimental-leaning An Object. 

"Drippy" is the second single off of No Age's forthcoming full-length, Snares Like a Haircut. It is out via Drag City on January 28. Juan Rodríguez

 
 
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Runnner take their intricate folk rock to The Satellite on 12/8

Runnner, the project of Noah Weinman and Nate Lichtenburger, serves up sharp, intricately layered indie rock with inventively syncopated polyphonic textures. The luscious harmonies and varied weaving guitar lines they produce, which come from varied string instruments, have the musical force and sound of a full band despite coming only from a duo, though the essence of their debut full-length effort, Awash, lies in folk-rock songs with a pinch of electronic influence.

Check out the band at The Satellite on December 8, where they will split the bill with Goodnight, Texas and Lucy Arnell. Awash is currently available via their official bandcamp page. Juan Rodríguez

 

 

 

 
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Alt Rock

Time: 
08:30
Band name: 
Altered Revelations
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/AlteredRevelations/
Venue name: 
The Satellite LA
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