The Palms

The Palms (10:00 PM)

The Years (9:15 PM)

Psychic Love (8:30 PM)

Mon, May 1, 2017

8:00 pm

Adv tix $12.00 / DOS tix $14.00

This event is all ages

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The Palms - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
The Palms
The Palms have effortlessly combined their love of ALL popular music to create a fresh, uplifting sound, resulting in the perfect soundtrack to a summer night in Los Angeles. The need to make music without barriers or inhibitions is what initially inspired Johnny Zambetti and Ben Rothbard to explore artistic ideas outside of their band Terraplane Sun. Before they knew it, the duo had 5 songs that they felt were worthy of sharing with the world and The Palms were born.

Ever wondered what The Weeknd would sound like under the guise of reggae-tinged indie-psych? This is it.
The Years - (Set time: 9:15 PM)
The Years
THE YEARS is the musical collaboration
between Cecil Campanaro (also of Terraplane Sun)
and Brian Stanley (also of The Diamond Light)

The group is known for emphasizing visual
and lighting components and often
prefer to be slightly obscured during
their musical performances.

Be ready to experience the latest
endeavor from a duo that has
circled in and around the music
world with several other
musical acts separately.
and now~
THE YEARS (€P 2Ø16) is the first of
many upcoming collaborations.
Psychic Love - (Set time: 8:30 PM)
Psychic Love
"It's fitting that Psychic Love emerge from Los Angeles, the one city where the hollow prophesy of the psychic hotline might come true. The band offers an ethereal soundtrack to a city dotted by as many medical marijuana dispensaries as DIY-Spanish-language Pentecostal churches, sometimes side by side in its endless strip malls, all patrons blissfully numb from self-medication, where the realest pain affects phantom limbs and "in a hall of mirrors / everything gets much clearer.

Their single's cover art, a simple black-and-white photograph of masked men descriptively titled "Nixon, Ford, Death, 1976," snapped by noted Los Angeles '70s youth culture photographer Mark James Powers at the Human Be-in in Sacramento, sets the tone for Mirrors // Medicine. The first track on their new 7-inch, "Mirrors," couples dark guitar with frontwoman Laura Peters' lush and textured vocals, which manage to balance world-weary knowing with hopeful naïveté. The syncopated beat of B-side "Medicine" endows its creepiness—Exhibit A: it's recurring chorus of "You would be so much happier if I'd just drink my medicine"—with enough propulsion to arrive at the imagery of everyday speech, "killing ants on the tile floor," and then our ordinary hyperbole, "you love all that blood and gore."

Though thus far confined to Silver Lake clubs including El Cid and Satellite, you don't have to call Miss Cleo to know that Psychic Love will soon be headlining much larger venues, showcasing their sexy, slightly eerie brand of LA alt-rock. Be warned, once you've heard Psychic Love, as Peters herself reminds us in "Medicine," "You can't go back." "- Vlad Osso, Molussus
Venue Information:
Troubadour
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069
http://www.troubadour.com/

All lineups and times subject to change