Spidermeow will be headlining TurnStyle Music Group‘s first ever show in San Francisco this Friday night at The Connecticut Yankee. A forward thinking blend of Appalachian songcraft and progressive improvisation, Spidermeow spins their unique sound best in the live setting. With room to breathe and grow, their artfully constructed Laurel Canyon influenced tunes take flight via guitar fireworks and space funk grooves. Make sure you head down to The Connecticut Yankee in Potrero Hill this Friday, November 9th to see and hear the band for yourself!
More details and half price advance tickets can be found here.
Watch a live cut of the band performing at Owl Fest in Nevada this summer below.
Rubblebucket is bringing their brand of funky, afrobeat inspired indie rock to Bowery Ballroom this Saturday night. Their new album, Omega La La is a decided shift in the band’s sound, from a more purist afrobeat style, to an artsier brand of dance rock that draws from seminal acts like David Bowie and the recent indie mainstay Little Dragon from Sweden. Rubblebucket is supported by two up and coming acts, Superhuman Happiness and Prussia, full event details can be viewed here. If you’re looking to go out dancing on Saturday night, but you don’t want to be at some trendy club in the Meatpacking District, come to see Rubblebucket and I guarantee it will the best $15 you’ve spent in a long time. I would suggest grabbing your tickets in advance here. If you need some more convincing, watch the video for “Silly Fathers” below.
Here is a follow up on Buy The Sky. One more song to convince you that attending their debut show at Mercury Lounge next Wednesday, February 1st is a necessity, not an option! Watch a funky take of “Squilson” below, recorded live at Arlene’s Grocery on 6/15/11. Purchase your tickets here, and we’ll see you at the show.
Laura Ganci is a singer/songwriter from Connecticut who has been writing and singing for over ten years. With grave attention to lyrics and conveying emotion through storytelling, Laura’s songs “paint a picture” and have struck a chord with many first time listeners. I have actually seen people in bars stop their conversation when she begins to perform and listen intently through her entire set. Not an easy feat, given much of the music is either down tempo or deals with deeply personal issues. Watch the video for “Love Junkie” below. It has always been my favorite of her many great songs.
Make sure you also go to Fat Baby this Thursday, January 26th to see Laura perform live. Her set begins at 7:45pm sharp. You can purchase discounted tickets online through TurnStyle here.