|Saturday Feb 02, 2013 7:00 PM - Saturday Feb 02, 2013 11:59 PM | $7.00
Gram Rabbit // Spindrift // Dust Up ((Screening))
Gram Rabbit and Spindrift come together to play the screening of "Dust Up", the latest film from independent film maker Ward Roberts. The film features music from both bands.
Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.
Gram Rabbit refer to their music as "Desert-Space-Rocktronica. Through five records, they have continued to reinvent themselves and evolve into unexplored territories. Combining and putting their own spin on an array of different genres, fans have grown to expect the unexpected from every release. They are indeed fearless, imaginative, and un-beholden to the music industries' framework. Today the band consists of Jesika von Rabbit(vocals, keys), Todd Rutherford(vocals, bass, programming), Ethan Allen(guitar, vocals, programming), and Jason Gilbert(drums). GR has recorded all their records on their own, with their guitarist Ethan producing(except album 5, produced by Todd Rutherford). Several of Ethan's other producing credits include Luscious Jackson, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Tricky, the Cult, Tim Finn, and Donita Sparks(L7).
Spindrift is a cinematically-driven, psychedelic western/rock band created by singer-songwriter-composer-producer Kirpatrick Thomas. After a career spanning over two decades, the group continue to create music, tour rigorously, and act as a mainstay in the independent film and music scene. They currently have five full length albums available. They have toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe with bands such as The Dandy Warhols, The Black Angels, Dead Meadow, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Black Mountain, and are featured on many soundtracks and films (such as "Hell Ride" produced by Quentin Tarantino). Founded in 1992, Spindrift originated in Newark, DE and moved to Los Angeles, CA in 2001 where they re-formed to include Bobby Bones (Psychic TV), Dave Koenig, Frankie Emerson and Rob Campanella(The Brian Jonestown Massacre) and Jason Anchondo(The Warlocks). The early East Coast version of the band was experimentally driven, but inspired by their locale, the band began a new stylistic approach evoking the spirit of the Old West as mythologized by Western Cinema, Spaghetti Westerns in particular.. The band is currently based out of Los Angeles, CA.
The L.A. Fort (View)
736 Ceres Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90021
|Minimum Age: 17|
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