Tin Foil, Ravi Shavi, Bummers Eve, 1-800-BAND
20 Meadow St.
(between Waterbury St & Bogart St)
Brooklyn, NY, 11206
Make a point to catch the doo-wop/new wave/garage-pop of RAVI SHAVI; the quartet was chosen to open the recent Deer Tick/Joe Fletcher post-Folk Fest show at Newport Blues Café. One spin through 'Indecisions' (WBRU should be all over this one) and it's no surprise these guys are McCauley-approved." -Chris Conti (The Providence Phoenix)
Cincinnati, OH > Punk fuzz
Playing loose but well-crafted songs built on alarm-clock-radio hooks, 1-800-BAND delve into the darkest corners of the rock'n'roll story, drawing from 99-cent power pop, country weepers, pub rock, and glam, with a flicker of heartland rock.New LP High Beams is produced by Mitch Easter and gleams with the aural reflections of bands such as Blue Northern, the Jacobites, Dwight Twilley, Pretenders, late Kinks, Tom Petty, and Elliott Murphy.
$10.00 - $15.00