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Krust Toons: "Forgot to Turn Off My Bluetooth" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Forgot to Turn Off My Bluetooth" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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DIY/Lo-Fi

Time: 
07:30
Band name: 
Bucolic
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/Bucolicechinacea/
Venue name: 
Tralfamadore
Band email: 
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New Matt Oleksa LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

An air of murky mystery looms throughout Gotcha, the new album from Matt Oleksa (of St. Peter’s Dog). That haunting, suspenseful level of intrigue sends chills as dim, danceable synth illuminates the corridors and those ghostly, gravelly vocals lurk over your shoulder. Something seems just a bit off as one slips into the album's sneaky sonic trance. However, that could have been the plan all along, because just like that it's gotcha.





Showcase Alert: Throwin' Bo's at The Elbo Room (4.5) ft. Half Stack, The Band Ice Cream, and The Younger Lovers

The Deli SF is excited to announce that from the same people that brought you the monthly Milk Was A Bad Choice showcase, comes Throwin’ Bo’s—a new local showcase at the Elbo Room, hosted on the first Thursday of every month. For everyone who feels like they hang out at the same bar and see the same people every day, this is the event for you.

The first installment is approaching quickly on April 5th, featuring the psych-influenced, jangle-folk of Oakland rockers Half Stack, the fast-paced alt-rock of San Francisco-based The Band Ice Cream, and a headlining performance by none other than Oakland mainstay The Younger Lovers (streaming below). When we say the lineup is stacked, we aren’t kidding around.

This event is 21+ and will cost $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Anyone interested can RSVP on Facebook. - Lilly Milman





New Track: "New Age People" - Ryan McDevitt

Produced by Roldy Clark, “New Age People,” the debut single from Ryan McDevitt, crafts a mellow, mesmerizing trance. A steady key/percussive-steered beat stabilizes the movement. However, despite McDevitt’s self-assured, semi-spoken delivery, an acknowledgement of insecurity lurks in the lyrics. Displaying outward confidence as the stress of isolation spins within, the track irresistibly sneaks up on you.

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