On Baghdad by the Bay, April 25th, 8pm PDT; Interview with Victory and Assoc

23 04 2013

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Victory and Assoc
Victory and Associates write rock anthems that you didn’t know you needed. punk rock passion, post punk sass, big riffs, etc. Take the parts of huge classic rock you may actually WANT to turn up, mix it with the parts of indie rock that ROCK, get it moving with driving, energetic force and you are on the trail to victory… and associates. This is for real, this is for serious. Victory and Associates have been around the block, know their way around a good song and endeavor to deliver something exciting to both musician and non-musician alike. These things are FACTS.


On Bagdad by the Bay, April 18th, 8pm PDT; Interview with Buffalo Tooth and, Once and Future Band

18 04 2013

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Buffalo Tooth
Formed in the mouth of a buffalo and headed to a mouth near you. Often described as a mix between Blue Cheer and Black Flag, Buffalo Tooth are a fusion of all the music deemed badass. Featuring members of Glitter Wizard and the defunct Poor Sons, Buffalo Tooth are a three-piece assault that makes chicks horny and dudes jealous at the amount of manhood the band possesses. Their songs are crafted to invade your ear canal, have it’s way with your ear drum and leave you begging for more. Rarely hitting the 3 minute mark leaves little room for bullshit and fluff and just enough time for shredding licks, booming vocal harmonies and crushing drums. Buffalo Tooth self-released their debut 7 Inch in 2012 and were quickly picked up by Under the Gun Records and Captcha Records. Their debut full length LP will be released later this year.

Once and Future Band

On Baghdad by the Bay, Thursday, April 4th, 8PM PDT; Guest DJ Vandella and Interview with Sunbeam Rd

3 04 2013

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Vandella draws their music from Motown, classic rock, Southern rock, folk-rock, blues, and modern-day sounds of indie pop/rock. It’s like if Ryan Adams was backed by The Band, or Jenny Lewis took over for Jay Farrah and Jeff Tweedy in Uncle Tupelo. It’s 1970s rock via 1990. Hailing from San Francisco, their music takes listeners from the gulches of swampy, guitar-driven rock and the dusty twang of Americana to the amber honey of roots ‘n soul. In their three years together, the tight-knit group has come a long way with old-fashioned hard work and hustle: the 2009 release of their initial offering, the V EP, saw the band move 2,000 copies without distribution or label representation, earning them bills at San Francisco staples such as Great American Music Hall, Bottom of the Hill, Rickshaw Stop, and Café du Nord, to name a few. Two West Coast tours and spots on coveted bills and festivals with nationally-touring acts followed. In May 2012, they self-released their debut full-length album, Fire in the Desert. Mixed and mastered at Marcata Studios in New York by Kevin McMahon (whose past discography includes The Walkmen, Ha Ha Tonka, The Felice Brothers, and Swans), Fire in the Desert showcases the rich lyrical landscape, convivial songs, and solid musicianship that has endeared them to their fans.

Sunbeam Rd
Sunbeam Rd., a Bay Area four piece, craft a tense and expansive sound via psychedelic guitars, purposeful melodies, and restraint. Willing to fall apart completely exploring the margins of harmonic rock, their live shows can toe the edge of cacophony. At their best they reach into hook-laden, fuzz-saturated trance states.