Locals Cowboy Indian Bear and Y(our) Fri(end) support on the NYE show, which is 18-and-older and $12 in advance, $15 at the door.
The San Francisco band's garage-y indie rock is sweeping and wonderful — and amazing live. Pitchfork recently posted a behind-the-scenes video documenting the band recording its new album, Long Slow Dance. It's worth a watch; check it after the jump.
See AraabMuzik open for Sleigh Bells tonight, October 23, at the Granada. The all-ages show is $20 in advance. Door time is 7 p.m.
If you aren't acquainted with the talented women, watch the video for the band's jaunty folk-pop ditty "Wolf."
Want more? Hear tracks from Twin Shadow's new album, Confess, at Pitchfork, via the Fly, before the show at the Granada this Sunday, September 9. Niki & the Dove open. Door time for the all-ages show is 7 p.m. Advance tickets are $12; day-of-show entry is $14.
Watch the video for Curren$y's "Fast Cars Faster Women" and get a sense of his style. Hint:There is a lot of smoking, a few fast cars and, yes, many seemingly fast women:
Tennis got into music making like any other indie duo - the musicians caught the bug after a yearlong sailing trip. Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley's Atlantic voyage inspired them to get all melodic, and upon returning home, the married couple started writing sea-sparked pop songs. The result? Tennis' debut album, Cape Dory.
Tennis' latest album, Young & Old, includes the stylings of the band's new drummer, James Barone. It's a bit more blues-y in nature, but equally as charming. Catch Tennis at RecordBar May 12. Doors open at 9 p.m. The 18-and-older show costs $10, $12. Watch Tennis' video for "My Better Self," a track off Young & Old, below:
im still out done!! Nasty and desperate poor excuse for a man - from Chrisean
Baliff, whack their peepees!
Excelsior Springs is so pround of Courtney's accomplishments