The annual Burger Records fest takes place March 23rd – 25th and will be hosted by friends at Thee Parkside, which if I’m not mistaken also serves up burgers, making this fest delectable not only on the cochlea. RSVP here. Weekend are still available here for 35 bones. Full lineup below: . Friday, March 23rd King Tuff
Dj Yeah Right And The…
Electric Boogaloo Danceoff 9pm, $10, 21+ (buytickets) . Saturday, March 24th (early show) Tough Shits
Dukes Of Hamburg
Welcome Home Walker
The Wild Ones
Dj Kevin Spaghetti
Golden Rake Record Swap 2pm, $7, 21+ (buy tickets) . Saturday, March 24th (late show)
Thee Oh Sees (Just Announced)
Dj Jackie Sugarlumps 9pm, $10, 21+ (buy tickets) . Sunday, March 25th (early show)
Burger Boogaloo Record Swap
Featuring The Golden Rake 2pm, $7, 21+ (buy tickets) . Sunday, March 25th (late show)
Sir Lord Von Raven
Dj Big Nate 8pm, $10, 21+ (buy tickets)
The fourth (!) annual Rock Make Street Fest is all-day tomorrow (Saturday), starting at noon and featuring a bunch of local artists, food carts and more sprawled out across 18th and Treat Street. The event is free and all ages. More details – including the bands performing and a list of vendors –can be read over at TBB here.
Nick Waterhouse, who’s had a hand in producing some of the Allah-Las’ recent releases, plays a pre-party at Engine Works tomorrow (Saturday) starting at 6pm in advance of the Allah-Las show at Hotel Utah later that night (who are on tour). The Engine Works show is $5 at the door and will also be commemorating some recent Waterhouse releases, including ‘Is That Clear’ b/w ‘ I Can Only Give You Everything.’ He’ll be joined by The Tarots. Primo will be DJing early on, more details over on the facebook page (edit: link fixed). Tickets for the Hotel Utah show are available here.
And don’t forget, Lumerians play a saveKUSF benefit at Bottom of the Hill Sunday night with Naked Lights and Infinity Rider. Read our interview with the psych quintet that we did before their show at Great American Music Hall awhile ago. This one is $10 and is all ages. More details on the facebook event page, or you can buy tickets directly from the venue.
Read our interview with Mikal Cronin, who’s playing the concluding show of Total Trash Fest 3 (with Moonhearts during the day and then with his touring band at night, formed by members of Pangea).
Wax Idols and Terry Malts have set up a Kickstarter to help fund a 20+ stop October/November US tour. The first 10 to pledge more than $50 receive a Wax Idols LP and some button swag designed by both bands. You can donate here. Read our interview with Wax Idols frontwoman Hether Fortune here.
Take a listen to this smoky, paisley-patterned cut from Nectarine Pie‘s much-anticipated debut 7″, released last week by Southpaw Records in addition to The Splinters release mentioned on Thursday. You can pick up the wax here, with the first 100 on colored vinyl. Watch the spooky video for the a-side track “Dreamdaze,” filmed in an Oakland cemetery, here.