Ape Machine, The Vesuvians, Bandmaster Ruckus Saturday March 14, Cafe Coda
The California Honeydrops sound fantastic. Every member of the Oakland five-piece plays remarkably smoothly; every song seems effortlessly slick and fun.
It should be too sad to watch, but it’s actually pretty funny… Like a train wreck full of funny clowns, and all the clowns just keep piling out of the wrecked train like so much Mountain Dew and Red Bull being vomited out by an overly made-up four-year-old
Kendra McKinley’s of a different caliber. I mean, she actually graduated from college!
Deliciously authentic and well-written songs that explore themes of love, romance and self-discovery through awesomely memorable melodies.
The show is indeed gritty, beautiful, and well worth the sacrifice that went into bringing it to life.
Coming up on Saturday (June 28th) from 3-6pm, there will be a reception for Tom Banwell’s first solo exhibit in 30 years.
Coming up this Thursday (June 19th), all my likes are coming together at the Women’s Club for Cirque du Solar.
You also have moments with gardening where you’re slashing and destroying. It’s both meditative and intense… as is our sound, I think.
Eclectic Dance Band Returns To The Big Room
It’s the perfect music for people who don’t normally dance: the bass pretty much does all the work for you.