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Friday November 10 2017
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$8 in advance / $10 at the door
Lavender Blush
 Dream pop, Psychedelic, Noise, Shoegaze
 Shoegaze, Newgaze, Gnostic Rock, Desert Space Rock
 drone pop shoegaze

Lavender Blush
Alvin Fenner, Sam Hewatt, Chris Howard, Ryan Haynes, Ryan Lescure, Ana Ramundo
-from San Francisco, CA

-Based in San Francisco, Lavender Blush is a noise pop group devoted to home recording, atmospherics, and analog warmth.

The members of Lavender Blush have been involved with several like-minded groups including Moonbeams, LSD and the Search for God, My Red Dress, Soft Lions, and Witness 9.

Steve Kennedy: guitar, vocal, gnosis
Sophia Campbell: bass
Roger Chandler: drums
Jeremy Nunes: backup guitar (live)
-from Alameda, CA

-Part space-rock, part shoegaze, and thoroughly otherworldly, Sciflyer crafts layers of droning noise liquid enough to drown in. This EP ends up like a compendium of two "lost singles" (and their B-sides) that the band recorded during a two-year pseudo-hiatus in drummer limbo.

Julie Lynn, Geoffrey Scott, Scott Putnam, Greg Dubrow.
Revolving members and co-contributors:
Erik Karl, Ryan Hoguet, Christopher Shane, Christy Davis, Dave Voigt, and Sean Eden.
-from San Francisco, CA

-Here's an incredibly ethereal band that is not shoegaze at all--just a sympathetic of the great undiscovereds in contemporary moody effects-driven rock...they use a steady, understated, anchor beat, loping, limber basslines, and then, momentously, spiderweb guitar parts that circle, tickle, chime, ring, and repeat, looping into peacefully mesmeric riffs. Thus, they have more in common with not only For Against, but The Feelies, Murmur R.E.M., the 'Beginning to See the Light' Velvets, Chills, and ’80s Brit postpunk than dreampop—even if the effect is as dreamy, beautiful, and greatly affecting. - Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover Jack Rabid, THE BIG TAKEOVER.