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Terry Malts Cruel Summer and Blades of Joy Play El Rio - 4/9

Come to El Rio on Saturday, April 9th at 9pm to enjoy a vibey night of psychy, shoegazey, post-punk sounds from some essential San Francisco bands. Members of Dissolve and Swanox are coming together to perform their first show ever as Blades of Joy. The internet has literally nada on the project, so get there on time to watch (and listen to) the mystery unravel.

Cruel Summer will be playing as the middle band to the nights ensemble, swooping you up into their time capsule and transporting you along a stream of fuzzy dreamy pop vibrations and happy chord progressions to what might seam like the 80s but is actually the side room to a dive bar in Bernal, with a backyard where smoking is still welcome.Cruel Summer only recently stepped out from a brief hiatus to show face at this years noise pop festival, but they're back at it again this weekend performing as a crucial leg to a killer lineup.

Bay Area OG's Terry Malts will be closing out the night down there by the river, with some beloved pop-punk hits. These dudes have been busy releasing LPs, establishing a label, and writing an album since their last full length release, but it’s been three years since they delivered “Nobody Realizes This is Nowhere” and their fans are greedy. We. Want. More. The upcoming, untitled album is due sometime this year, and is rumored to be the album where the Malts get out of their funk, exactly what we think we want to hear from the boys, but what is it?! Who knows, another mystery that cannot be solved until after the sun sets this Saturday, April 9th at El Rio. -Julia deAnda

 





Aüva brings their dreaminess to O'Brien's Pub on 4.11

Listening to Aüva is like losing yourself in a photograph whose colors have faded under the sun. The brilliance is still there but it’s like walking through a hazy dream. From the sugary sweetness of the three piece harmonies and gum drop plops of the guitar in “Into Place” to the prithy drumming and twangy melancholy of the rhythm section in “Nothing Else,” Aüvas Light Years is an aural technicolor reverie dripped in nostalgic beauty. Losing ourselves in this sunburnt masterpiece was a breeze, and easing out of it left us longing it a little more. Prepare for cool summer nights with Light Years and catch Aüra perform at O’Brien’s Pub on Aprill 11. - Adriana S Ballester





New Videos: Punks in Vegas Stripped Down Session - Beach Slang's James Alex

James Alex's emotive songwriting takes center stage in his acoustic performance for Punks in Vegas Stripped Down Session. The Beach Slang frontman proves that whether in the spotlight with his full band or on a leather couch alone his songs resonate to the core of one's desire for a bit of escapism. You'll find some release with these bare-bones versions of "Too Late to Die Young," "Dirty Cigarettes," and "Ride The Wild Haze."

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New Music Video: "Rollerdyke" - Queen of Jeans

A little girl is caught in the middle of a heated, animated argument between a couple in Queen of Jeans' latest Lu De Santis video for “Rollerdyke”. However, that argument takes an odd turn when said couple dons horse masks and proceeds to get down with the groove in lieu of butting heads. Queen of Jeans is set to perform at World Café Live on April 17 as part of the Beyond the Bars Fundraiser show alongside The Districts, Frances Quinlan, Ben Arnold, Milton, and The Bul Bey.





New Track: "Inkwell" - Howlish

Howlish slithers into your earhole with its new single "Inkwell". A sinister guitar provides forshadowing before achy vocals reveal the mystery. What will be the reveal?

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