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Thee Commons Live at The Saint!
The Saint
reno, NV
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Thee Commons Live at The Saint!
We are proud to present, THEE COMMONS Live at the Saint 11/16!

21+ $10 in advance/$12 at the door.

Thee Commons:
Since banding together in 2012, psychedelic cumbia-punk trio Thee Commons have made waves in and around their hometown of East LA.  Featuring los hermanos Pacheco and one of several lively session bassists, these romp n rollers have managed not only to marry two unlikely genres -- worlds apart -- in perfect pastiche harmony but have also compiled a prolific catalogue of music to which they toured through the United States in an extensive 32 days, 35 shows tour in the Summer of 2016. Named #15 on LA Weeklys LAs 20 Best Live Shows of 2016 outranking the likes of ELO, Bruce Springsteen and The Who, Thee Commons have created a buzz with their vivacious performances. Chris Ziegler founder of LA Record wrote about Thee Commons, Live, theyre fearless, confident and ready to go off-script at a moments inspiration. Its wild stuff, just as it absolutely should be. To which Chris Kissel of LA Weekly further comments, If Thee Commons arent the best live band in Los Angeles, theyre damn near the top.  

Altogether, Thee Commons have played well over a hundred shows, gaining in the process hundreds more in fans -- those eager for something new to call their own. They have performed at several of Southern Californias prestigious venues and festivals, including Echo Park Rising, Desert Daze, Viva Pomona, The Echoplex of Echo Park, The Regent Theatre of Downtown Los Angeles, the Glasshouse of Pomona, the Roxy of West Hollywood and the Observatory of Santa Ana; have been hosted for a residency by pocho wine bar Eastside Luv of Boyle Heights -- which consisted of a weekly burlesque-dancer-entangled-affair dubbed the Cumbia Psicodelica Cabaret; and have opened up for such acts as Chicano Batman, Bomba Estereo, Thee Midniters and even unofficially -- by way of an impromptu guerilla-style street show -- for The Pixies.  

Discographically, Thee Commons DIT (do it together) hard work ethic has yielded them a debut 7inch vinyl EP paradoxically titled Sunburn at Midnight -- self-released spring 2013 -- and a fragmented compilation entitled Rock is Dead: Long Live Paper and Scissors, which is to say an 8-volume limited edition EP series, the volumes of which they released successively throughout 2014.  As of 2015, however, Rock is Dead is available, as a full-feature 20-song CD,  and as a specialty, limited edition cassette and 10-inch -- 10-song -- vinyl originally co-released by the independent O.C. label Burger Records. 2016 brought about their sophomore album Loteria Tribal co-released with Burger Records on CD, Cassette and limited edition Flexi Vinyl. The same year also brought about two new 7-inch vinyls that include their refreshing cover of Los Saicos Demolicion, on Denver, Colorados Heavy Dose Records, and a single of La Fiesta an obscure swinging Mexican cover b/w a grungy cover of Selenas La Carcancha on Steady Beat Records out of San Pedro, CA..

Looking forward, 2017 Thee Commons plan to release the ambitious 18 song junior follow up album Paleta Sonora out later this year. Teamed up with Cosmica Artists Management group and Monterey Int. Booking Agency, the future looks auspicious for these young and determined chunsters who doggedly strive to perfect their hypnotic yet invigorating act -- which includes an intertextual take on Nirvana's Love Buzz and a punk cover of Selenas Baila Esta Cumbia-- and disseminate the perfect pastiche that is psychedelic cumbia punk.

Location

The Saint (View)
761 south virginia street
reno, NV 89501
United States


Categories

Music > Indie
Music > Rock
Music > World

Minimum Age: 21
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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