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Indie Rock





Indie Rock

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Curtsy
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/curtsymusic
Venue name: 
Highland Park Bowl
Band email: 
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Indie Rock

Time: 
18:00
Band name: 
New Media
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/newmediala
Venue name: 
Lot 1 Cafe
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Engines "The Sacred Heart"

Engines have release a track called “The Sacred Heart” from their forthcoming EP called “Every Cell”. This is the indie rock of Craig Woods, Lee Zickwolf, Jeff Twietmeyer, Justin Wexler, and Emily Jancetic.

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Brooklyn experimental ensemble Vaura streams new single, announces LP

The ever-evolving quartet VAURA follows up their 2013 album The Missing almost six years later with Sables, their most refined and contemplative release yet. Introspective and somber, Sables finds the band shedding most of its post-metal heaviness in favor of experiments with brooding kosmische musik and the more avant-garde elements of new wave.

Featuring Josh Strawn (Azar Swan) on vocals, guitar and synthesizers, Kevin Hufnagel (Gorguts, Dysrhythmia) on guitar, Toby Driver (Kayo Dot) on bass, and Charlie Schmid (Tombs) on drums and electronics, VAURA engages ever more with their UK and German prog/art rock influences to grandiose and eerie effect. While still retaining the distinctive and specific style carved out on the band's first two releases -- Selenelion in 2010 and The Missing the following year -- Sables is the third LP, a concise collection of meditative compositions on endings and extinctions, complemented by the mixing and production work of legendary UK producer Peter Walsh (Scott Walker, Peter Gabriel).

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The Beach Bats - Indie-Surfers Dark New Single "How Long"

Hamilton’s indie-surf rockers The Beach Bats have dropped a new single “How Long”. This laid back tune has the singer Tony Doni singing real low throughout the verse similar to Jim Morrison. The chorus is big and features some great backing vocals from Stephanie Pearl and Lauren Mikeala.  The surfy guitar licks of Chelsea White give the tune the classic Beach Bats character and keeps the surf vibes alive in this dark rocker tune. The Beach Bats play “The Bout” at the Hideout on March 1st. – Kris Gies

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