Super Buffet, Violet Dyes
3615 El Cajon Blvd
San Diego, CA, 92104
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Gypsy Temple has a singular mission: grab alt-rock by the collar and drag it into the waiting arms of a new generation. The Seattle group’s debut album King Youngblood, is a bold declaration that unironic, melodic rock’n’roll continues to stand tall as a vibrant medium of self-expression. Poised to be a historically important piece of art, the album, delivered by lead vocalist and principal writer, Cameron Lavi-Jones is well beyond his 20 years. A record that reflects the band’s undeniable energy and truth, King Youngblood is here to bring euphoric sonic catharsis to the masses.
Though Gypsy Temple’s members are all freshly out of their teens, the execution matches the ambition; the band’s thoughtful, dynamic songs are fit for the stadium. All classically trained musicians that came up through public school music programs, Lavi-Jones and bandmates Cory Cavazos, Martin Creed, Kai Hill, Hamoon “Moon” Milaninia, and Martin Creed teamed up with Maurice Jones Jr. (Neville Brothers, Peter Gabriel) and multi-platinum producer Phillip Peterson (A$AP Rocky, Portugal the Man, Pink) to craft an undeniably arresting debut LP.
We are the Super Buffet, my friend.
Super Buffet inhabits the nexus of driving garage rock and earnest indie sensibility. Super Buffet evokes a spirited pillow fight between King Kahn and Jonathan Richman while 96 Tears plays in the background. Super Buffet is about bringing short, sharp, singable songs to the masses or whomever shows up. Super Buffet likes speaking in the third person.