They’ve opened for Ex-Hex, Tennis, and Tame Impala. If you like Ex-Hex, Tennis, and Tame Impala and jangly stuff that’s sunny and party friendly and a whole lot of whatever, you’ll enjoy Kuroma, even though they have a horrible name.
Garage rock/psychedelic 70s pop band The Blank Tapes are out of Oakland, CA and touring their January 2015 release “Geodesic Dome Piece” with Mystic Braves. An unofficial source (me making assumptions) tells me that they are excited to be playing in a city where weed is legal. They have a song called “Way Too Stoned.” The set should be far out, man.
If you’re into “translucent vocals,” you’re going to want to make sure to be at DC9 promptly at 9pm for opener Erin Rioux, stage name “Rioux,” and his transcendent psychedelic beats. I’m not sure what translucent vocals are, but it’s music to dance to on a Thursday.
Washington D.C.’s own Den-Mate revolves around artist Julia Hale. Her singer-songwriter style is made fresh with interesting production and a surprisingly full, well-rounded sound.
Anthony Thogmartin is the producer behind EarthCry. He views his music as his mission to aid the human condition with ancient frequencies. See him, be healed. Also, 50% of the project’s earnings are donated to different international ecological initiatives.