CHRCH Tour Is Bringing The Doom
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CHRCH Tour Is Bringing The Doom

Sacramento doom band CHRCH will be touring with Portland’s Usnea this summer. CHRCH is a five-piece band that specializes in long-form songs filled with dark sonic textures, ethereal vocals, and heavy guitars. The tour, which runs from July 5th in Sacramento through July 18th in Denver, follows the band’s previously-announced Pacific Northwest mini-tour this June. … Continue reading

Unibrow Collective’s Zine Fest 2019
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Unibrow Collective’s Zine Fest 2019

Unibrow Collective Zine Fest. Verge Center for the Arts. Sacramento CA. May 25, 2019. We had a blast at the Unibrow Collective’s second annual Sacramento Zine Fest which took place on Saturday, May 25th, 2019 in the gallery of Verge Center for the Arts. Vendors independently publish zines, books, and artwork. Zines come in all … Continue reading

Louder Than Wolves at My Sister’s House
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Louder Than Wolves at My Sister’s House

My Sister’s House was Sacramento’s first organization to provide a safe haven for victims of sexual violence, as well as job training, support, for women in the Sacramento area. On Saturday, April 27, at the historic Colonial Theatre, My Sister’s House presented Louder Than Wolves, where survivors and allies shared inspiring words, entertaining acts, and … Continue reading

Halloween in April.
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Halloween in April.

The twenty-something-year-old tradition that is the Sacramento Halloween Show took place at the Verge Center for the Arts in Southside Park, Sacramento. This year’s theme was Colours and featured bands the likes of: The Moody Blues, Silver Jews, Big Black, Red Kross, Black Flag, Green Day, Tangerine Dream, The White Stripes, Concrete Blonde, The Cranberries, … Continue reading

Twilight Drifters Release ‘Round Curves’.
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Twilight Drifters Release ‘Round Curves’.

Rockabilly sweethearts, The Twilight Drifters release their newest music video “‘Round Curves” March 7th, 2019.  The Northern CA band consists of Geoffrey Miller (guitar/vox), Todd Hinton (bass), and Brad Cross (drums). Channeling sounds of the 1950s, the band draws influence from Eddie Cochran, Big Joe Turner, Bob Wills and Elvis Presley. “Round Curves” was directed, … Continue reading

A Brief History of Sun Valley Gun Club
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A Brief History of Sun Valley Gun Club

Sacramento has long been home to a wide variety of talented bands and artists. One group that’s been making music together for nearly a decade is Sun Valley Gun Club, a self-described “Punk-Influenced Alt/Country Band” that has been growing in popularity over the last few years, including opening for The Front Bottoms at Cornerstone in … Continue reading

Grrrly Show at Goldfields Trading Post.
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Grrrly Show at Goldfields Trading Post.

Saturday, February 2nd, Indiana Bones Grrrly Show performed the third variety show installment at Goldfields Trading Post. The Riot Grrrl inspired Grrrly Show leans heavily on burlesque and dance while providing a space for seasoned performers and students to shake what their momma gave them. Hostess with the mostest Lucinda Buttons drove the show with her comedic stylings and … Continue reading

A Very Red Christmas.
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A Very Red Christmas.

The Red Museum’s variety show, A Very Red Christmas closed out a great year of Sacramento shows. The lineup had a little something for everybody. There were musical performances by Tentacult, La Tour, and Drug APTS. In between band sets, Chopstick played the theremin, Jesus H. Christ did stand up, Santa Burg gave a maniacal interpretation … Continue reading

Non Grata.
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Non Grata.

Estonian performance art group, Non Grata, was back in Sacramento for their annual showcase of local and international artists. The sold-out event, as usual, brought Sacramento together as participants in their pieces. It’s hard to tell when their grand piece starts and ends, everything sort of just bridges together seamlessly with help from their guests, … Continue reading

What I’m Listening To: Desaree Deckard
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What I’m Listening To: Desaree Deckard

What I’m Listening To is a series where we talk to exciting artists, musicians, and community members and get a five-song slice of their current playlist. – “I was always the one kid during class projects who would draw out everything on grocery store… poster boards.” –   Desaree Deckard’s earliest memory is of making art. … Continue reading