Yonatan Gat, Tele Novella, Big Bill, The Harms, Rotten Mangos

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doors at 7pm / 21+ / $10
Rotten Mangos (9:15pm)
The Harms (10pm)
Tele Novella (10:45p)
Yonatan Gat (11:30)
Big Bill: (12:30)

"A frequently dazzling display of the trio's impressively far-flung influences." -Pitchfork
"You've never seen anything like it before. Cults have been formed over less." - SPIN
"Echoes of funk from Benin; Cuban son from Senegal; Chicano rock from Los Angeles; Afro-Brazilian soul from Rio de Janeiro; and the pentatonic and Arabic scales that connect much of the world - but there's always a lilt and an invitation in it. He leaves a space for you to get in." -New York Times

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St-ZZQY8vyU

Music: http://www.yonatangat.audio

Website: http://www.yonatangat.com

Austin, Texas-based indie psych band Tele Novella was formed from the ashes of several well-received indie bands when former Agent Ribbons guitarist/vocalist Natalie Ribbons joined forces with ex-Voxtrot members Jason Chronis (bass) and Matt Simon (drums) as well as keyboardist Sarah La Puerta. The quartet worked quickly, blending a whimsical neo-psychedelic feel into its pop-friendly tunes and soon playing locally and touring the country. Tele Novella’s debut 7″, Don’t Be a Stranger, arrived in late 2013, with further 7″ releases planned and a full-length also slated for 2014 (Levitation - Austin psych fest feature)

"....downright sassy with tracks that constantly dare you to expect your wildest dreams because you’ll still be surprised. “Breaking Careless Beds” off their She Turns album intros like a jazzy a pulp detective TV movie, and then cranks up the seduction with psychedelic, echoing harmonies Warpaint wishes they could hit that melt into restrained garage bass thumps. Hard hitting girl rock, Motown-esque choruses and jangly garage numbers: The Harms have it all." (OVRLD magazine)

The local New Wave absurdists write songs that demonstrate an impressive abandonment of reality and invoke the punk rock spirits with raucous live performances. (Austin Chronicle)

They come from a planet far away made entirely of smelly old heaps of rotten fruits (predominately mangos) and one day decided to come to earth with our instruments to escape the terrible odor that haunts our nostrils to this very moment.

Austin local bands on the show welcome the opportunity to be party of the Yonatan Gat tour, this show will be very special indeed as the The Harms celebrate the release of their first Vinyl "Graveyard Love' / 'Sound Dragons' in stores Sept 22.
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