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Runnner take their intricate folk rock to The Satellite on 12/8

Runnner, the project of Noah Weinman and Nate Lichtenburger, serves up sharp, intricately layered indie rock with inventively syncopated polyphonic textures. The luscious harmonies and varied weaving guitar lines they produce, which come from varied string instruments, have the musical force and sound of a full band despite coming only from a duo, though the essence of their debut full-length effort, Awash, lies in folk-rock songs with a pinch of electronic influence.

Check out the band at The Satellite on December 8, where they will split the bill with Goodnight, Texas and Lucy Arnell. Awash is currently available via their official bandcamp page. Juan Rodríguez

 

 

 

 
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Alt Rock

Time: 
08:30
Band name: 
Altered Revelations
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/AlteredRevelations/
Venue name: 
The Satellite LA
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Garage

Time: 
09:00
Band name: 
Dang
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.instagram.com/dang.dudes/
Venue name: 
Lot 1 Cafe
Band email: 
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Bad in Bed mirror their ache through classic cinema on "Stay"

Bad in Bed delve into the mournful depths of a troubling romance on "Stay." Led by Mary Kobayahi's wholesome vocals, the three-piece follow her loving sentiment with a tender love ballad that lifts up the listener's spirit with a cheerful effervescence. But the band takes it up a notch and concretize their presentational message on their latest video for "Stay," an ode to classic cinema that offers tiny pockets of imagery offset by performance shots. It's an approach that fortifies Kobayashi's  openly honest lyrics.

"Stay" is the first single off of Bad in Bed's debut full-length album, 'The Looks Department.' It is currently available via their official bandcamp. Juan Rodríguez

 
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Gothic Tropic refine their unruly pop songcraft at The Teragram Ballroom

Gothic Tropic have been poised for a breakthrough for far too long. But lead songwriter Cecilia Della Peruti seems unconcerned with the prospect, possessing a maturity in her unruly pop songs that reveals her growth as an artist. Peruti has joined Northern England post-punk revival veterans Maxïmo Park for two nights in California, starting with LA’s very own Teragram Ballroom, where her minty Stratocaster set forth a commanding weave of staccato lines that fall somewhere between lavish psych rock and clean, yet amped up notes à la Lindsey Buckingham.

Peruti applies her very own technique on her latest release Fast and Feast, and it does translate even better on a live setting, where she handles her chord patterns comfortably as her four band mates provide a more wholesome environment. Most of her set washed over like a calm wave, but once she closed the set with the soaring, solo-heavy Stronger, it truly felt like all bets were off. And then it shortly ended. But Peruti accomplished what many opening acts regularly fail to accomplish throughout her punchy, 35-minute set: to leave a mainly unbeknownst audience curious and wanting for more. Juan Rodríguez

 

 

 
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