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HEADLINER: BABES

UBIQUITOUS LOVE TRIBE

""Ubiquitous Love Tribe is a family of love-givers and artists of various mediums striving to promote the importance of unique self-expression, as well as to encourage love, mindfulness, sustainability, thoughtful defiance and sincerity. Our musical task force is returning en masse this year to get silly with y'all."

APOLLO SOUL

the clone boys

Thoroughly underwhelming, The Clone Boys have slowly crawled out of their basement to seek relevance above the surface. Tony Limoni of the Los Angeles Enquirer put it best when he said of the rock group's recent performance "I still can't figure out if that was the worst show I've ever seen, or the second worst. They sounded like decades worth of tears and self pleasure." Unless your only other options for the night are visiting your great aunt Bertha or dejectedly sobbing into your pillow, you might want to stay home for this one.

THE PRIMARIES

"The Primaries are a band. The Primaries have seven members plus one who doesn't know how to play anything. The Primaries are fond of free food, discounts, and Stevie Wonder. The Primaries are making an album. Said album will be released in May 2015. Hopefully."

YELLOW RED SPARKS

In an instant, Yellow Red Sparks captivates, pulls us close, and invites us to see the world through the center of their songwriter, Joshua Hanson. He possesses a staggering ability to take seemingly normal circumstances, rewrite them with an honest and wistful beauty, and turn them into vivid scenes as told through a unique brand of cinematic folk. Supported by Sara Lynn (upright bass, vocals), the California-based duo effectively finds a way to take Hanson’s songs of heartache and make us want to fall in loveTheir self-titled debut album was produced by Ted Hutt (Old Crow Medicine Show, Gaslight Anthem, Lucero), mixed by Grammy award winner, Ryan Hewitt (Avett Brothers, Red Hot Chili Peppers), and mastered by multi-Grammy award winner, Brian Lucey (The Shins, Sigur Ros, Black Keys). 

ROBOPOPE

RoboPope is a thirty dollar McDonald’s receipt from 11:30 pm on a Tuesday and an angry hive of bees covered in paint and the intersection of dreamscape and hardwood floors and the straw of the Capri Sun given to the middle school lacrosse player that grew up to be presidential candidate John Kerry. RoboPope is Dom and Donnie. RoboPope is releasing an EP in the very near future. RoboPope is on Instagram and Facebook and Twitter at @robopopemusic.