On Baghdad by the Bay, September 27th at 8pm; Tumbleweed Wanderers, 20 Sided Records, Interview with Li Xi

28 09 2012

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Tumbleweed Wanderers
tumbleweedwanderers.com
Jeremy Lyon and Zak Mandel-Romann formed Tumbleweed Wanderers in March 2011. Sharing a mutual admiration of the “O Brother Where Art Thou” soundtrack, Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get it On” and Fleet Foxes “Ragged Wood” the two left college to pursue music full-time. They recruited keyboardist Patrick Glynn, whom Zak had played with since he was ten, drummer Daniel Blum, whom Jeremy met when he was sweeping the floors of a recording studio, and singer / banjo player / guitarist Rob Fidel, whom Jeremy met at an open mic on the first day of college at UC Santa Cruz. Young and energetic, this group will get you rocking and dancing the night away. The Wanderers are reminiscent of Dylan, Crosby Stills Nash and Young and Simon and Garfunkel. Their voices and instruments bring a youthful freshness mixed with old soul wisdom.


20 Sided Records
20sidedrecords.com
San Francisco-based record collective who emphatically state, “We are musicians who party and support other musicians who party. Roll a 20 in life.”


Li Xi
lixi.bandcamp.com
Li Xi is an experimental pop outfit from San Francisco. They use dream-pop vocal melodies and combine 60’s psychedelia with contemporary electronics and vintage synthesizers. Vocalist Maryann Tran captures a similar innocence and beauty as that from Margo Guryan. The music is written by James Vernon. Influenced heavily by Odd pop groups like Broadcast, Stereolab and their subsequent influences.


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