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Huh perform thoughtful and rowdy rock at Alphaville on 06.14

The most striking thing you might notice about Huh’s music is how it blends its meticulousness with its witty and relatively catchy songwriting. Many of the songs found on the Whatever You Want EP deal with being fed up with the bullshit of the world and forging whatever path they want: men sharing poetry they think is darker than anything you could understand; being with any man they want without worrying about what others think; condemning their youth if it means usurping their own privilege... The four songs, while brief, say a lot about what’s on this four-piece’s mind. But the band never becomes entirely weighed down by their own messages; the precise and mechanical drumming from Ryann Slauson pushes each song forward while Tia Vincent-Clark’s distinctly rebellious vocals punctuate every song’s message with cathartic triumph. You can catch Huh performing at Alphaville on June 14. -Tucker Pennington

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Garage

Time: 
07:30
Band name: 
The Retinas
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/theretinas/
Venue name: 
Lizard Lounge 215
Band email: 
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Fragile Soul

Fragile Soul have released the first single, “Gateway”, from their forthcoming debut LP, The Runaway. This is the blues, rock and soul sounds of Rodney Golson (Lead Vocals/ Keyboard), Pablo Baldetti (Vocals/Guitar), Daniel Deleon (Drummer), and Austen Backe (Bass). The Runaway will be released on July 13th.

Below is the band’s performance of “Gateway” for UpState back in March.

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Garage Rock

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Desert Sharks
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/desertsharks
Venue name: 
Alphaville
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From the digital submissions: pop-punk meets surf on "marbles" by The Mystic Decade

The new single “marbles” (streaming) by the San Jose duo of pop-punkers known as The Mystic Decade packs a fun melody and an earnest delivery into a three minute timespan. The surfy guitar arrangements are a breath of fresh air, especially as they take control in the last twenty seconds of the track. The Mystic Decade recently finished up a four-part YouTube documentary series about their band called Reality_In_Monochrome, showcasing their affinity for filmmaking. - Lilly Milman

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