Jet Trash, COO COO BIRDS, Ursae, Slow Boat to Nova Scotia

Jet Trash EP Release Party at Silverlake Lounge

Jet Trash

COO COO BIRDS

Ursae

Slow Boat to Nova Scotia

Sun, June 25, 2017

Doors: 3:00 pm / Show: 5:00 pm (event ends at 9:00 pm)

Silverlake Lounge

Los Angeles, CA

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Jet Trash - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Jet Trash
San Francisco’s Jet Trash know what it means to be a quintessential West Coast band. They proudly carry the torch of their predecessors The Sonics and The Ventures, joining the ranks of Bay Area contemporaries Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees in cranking out modern indie-rock updates on classic ’60s garage-surf. Armed with vintage Fenders and reverb-soaked tube amps, the band’s energetic lo-fi anthems have a youthful immediacy, their massive hooks curling like breaking waves. It’s a sound that has already won the hearts of Jet Trash’s hometown, The Deli SF voting them one of the best up-and-coming bands of 2014 and The Bay Bridged dubbing them “the cream of the crop” of San Francisco locals. Now, with their self-titled debut EP, they’re ready to take the national stage.

The Jet Trash EP (out July 14) is an unabashedly earnest look at the band’s home state of California as a blessed Neverland that incubates true freedom and individuality. The record brims with DIY surf culture. It prefers analog in a digital world. It’s what the band calls “anti-Bed Bath & Beyond music.” Comprised of Paul Kemp (rhythm guitar, vocals), Keith Shughrou (lead guitar, backing vocals) Marshall Fassino (bass, vocals) and Eric Peters (drums), Jet Trash radiates an atmosphere of unchecked fun and reckless adventure—a rallying cry to participate in the abandon of youth.
COO COO BIRDS - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
COO COO BIRDS
Discovered living in an former Convent in the Hayes Valley of San Francisco in 2012, the Coo Coo Birds have done much to re-define the meaning of modern holy life since they first started making music in unison. Noted for causing spiritual awakening in the members of their congregation; the band's live performances are considered by many- even by those outside of the occult- to be a religious experience. Abandoning modern conveniences for a more corporal connection with the Divine, the group is rumored to have recorded their prayers using ancient methods; including magnetic tapes, and primitive amplification. Witnesses to the groups public ceremonies have reported seeing band members storing their ceremonial objects in Gentleman's Clubs after use, and have claimed to have heard sounds previously considered extinct on earth at some regional gatherings. Scientist have yet to confirm this, but cite the bands debut LP-"Don't Bring Your Boyfriends"- as evidence of the phenomenon's possibility.
Ursae - (Set time: 5:00 PM)
Slow Boat to Nova Scotia - (Set time: 6:00 PM)
Slow Boat to Nova Scotia
Venue Information:
Silverlake Lounge
2906 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90026
http://thesilverlakelounge.com/