Wake Up Lucid 11pm, The Last Internationale (NYC) 10pm, Birds Of A Black Feather 9pm

Wake Up Lucid doesn't make nice. Not musically, anyway. The band of cousins — Ryan, Ian and Jamie Baca — mete out scuzzy blues you imagine sprung from gear that barely works, seething with emotion and crackling with defiance toward those who would water down rock 'n' roll for the digital age. After thundering onto the scene with the EPs "Look Alive People" and "Sugar," the Bacas found an ally in producer Joe Cardamone (the Icarus Line), who worked with them on their debut full-length (due in August). The album is titled, fittingly, "Feel It," and the title track implores you to do just that: Feel it, 'cause it's going to hurt a little. – Kevin Bronson (Buzzbands.la)

The Last Internationale (NYC)

The Last Internationale is a NY band that is gaining international notoriety due to their explosive and invitingly unpredictable live performances. The band's sound, which critics praise as very eclectic and fresh, cannot be pigeonholed into any genre but includes elements of folk, blues, rock and roll, punk and even country. As their name suggests, TLI is not only outspoken on social, political, and economic issues but their songs carry a heavy arsenal of poetic artillery aimed at the status quo.

TLI was founded by Edgey and Delila in 2009 when the duo cut a home-studio demo and starting playing at protests and underground venues in NYC. It wasn't long before they started touring the US and then Europe, where they enjoy most of their success, performing in theaters and festivals and appearing on national tv and radio stations. This April TLI will be performing their Los Angeles debut promoting their new EP: New York, I Do Mind Dying.

Birds Of A Black Feather

Sisters, Katie and Sarah, share vocals in this raw blend of Indie Rock, Folk and Soul.

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Wake Up Lucid 11pm, The Last Internationale (NYC) 10pm, Birds Of A Black Feather 9pm

Thursday, May 23 · Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:00 PM at The Satellite