Login Accedi ^
Italiano
Registrati
Registrati su Weekeep! Trova i tuoi amici di Facebook, organizza i tuoi viaggi e visita oltre 1.000.000 eventi in tutto il mondo!
Accedi con Facebook
Accedi con Google+
Facebook Google+
X
RISULTATI
MAPPA
DETTAGLIO
$mapTile_Titolo
$mapTile_Immagine
$mapTile_Indirizzo
$mapTile_LastMinute
$mapTile_Durata
Località
Dormire
Mangiare
Offerte Speciali
Eventi
Mostra tutte le 7 categorieMostra meno categorie
Mostra tutte le 11 LOCALITAMostra meno località
Mostra tutte le 23 sistemazioniMostra meno sistemazioni
PREZZO : da € a
OSPITI :
CAMERE :
STELLE : da a
Mostra tutte le 13 categorieMostra meno categorie
Mostra tutte le 13 categorieMostra meno categorie

TYVEK, REMAMBRAN, THE TRASHBERRIES @ Biko Infoshop

The BIKO garage sueno, Goleta, California, Stati Uniti
Google+

may 24 // 8p // $5-10 donation for touring band
biko infoshop // 6612 sueno rd. // isla vista
all ages no alcohol please
www.sbdiy.org // www.facebook.com/groups.sbdiy

TYVEK [detroit • in the red records]
http://tyvek.bandcamp.com
"There’s a reason it’s called “punk rock” and not “punk rock ‘n’ roll,” and Tyvek have left behind the “roll” that gives garage bands of a certain style their swagger and flex. Here the beat is fast, the chords are limited, and Kevin Boyer’s vocals are mostly shouted. And while demonstrating a strong affinity with hardcore, the songs owe a lot to the first wave of British punk in their pop sensibility. With its call-and-response, opener “4312” recalls “Safe European Home,” the opener from The Clash’s own second album; “Potato” sounds like a Pink Flag outtake; “Underwater To” — the best song on the album and maybe the strongest track Tyvek have recorded — plays like a bouncy Buzzcocks tune as grimed-up by Swell Maps."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3P-s1_xfxUU&

REMAMBRAN [sb!]
http://remambran.bandcamp.com
"Remambran comes from songstress Mallory Watje, who remains in the spotlight throughout both sides of this wonderful collection of songs. Charmingly airy and lined with the light hiss of a... well, a cassette tape, it's transportive to my days of listening to the little battery powered stereo out at the cabin near Chena Hot Springs, Alaska. It's got the crackle of the flickering fire pit, the babble of the neighboring brook swiftly washing over the rocks, and a cool breeze floating through the pines. An acoustic feel fills the record though it sounds like much was recorded using electric instruments—guitars, bass, harmonium and through a lot of it, drums. Watje and co. ride these songs out with slippery lines and heartbreaking melodies. Her chin seems firmly palm-ridden throughout, the other hand clinging to a splintery no. 2 pencil perhaps, dreamily scribbling the day's memories, some of them kind of happy but mostly slighting to the side of gentle melancholy."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsbthE4u9B4
**WARNING: BEST LOCAL BAND DON'T MISS OUT

THE TRASHBERRIES [sb!!]
http://trashberries.bandcamp.com
"Some bands just sound better louder. The Trashberries are one of those bands. Here, intricately frenetic drum work and fuzzed-out guitars dance around off beats and dizzying time signatures, and come away sounding unlike anything else Santa Barbara has to offer. Bring your earplugs."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX4R5U2FPEA

Veniteci a trovare
il 25 maggio 2014

Che Tempo fa

Recensioni

Caricamento...
Caricamento...
In questa zona i nostri Partner offrono: