The Bash Dogs

A spirit of exploration, of unity, of love - a musical philosophy that The Bash Dogs keep alive with their psyched-out rock and roll. Within their wah-wah riffs and groove, you hear echoes of Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, and the Maharishi-era Beatles—a kaleidoscope of Acid Rock, Freakbeat, and Garage-Psych that makes The Bash Dogs the band to call when you want to get down like it’s 1969... They play for the love, with a powerful, booty-shakin’ energy that comes right back to them at their rowdy live shows.

Zach Tabori doesn’t like being referred to as a prodigy. In fact, that title might make him cringe. He’s not egotistical. He’s not conceited. But he’s talented, and he has been since his youth. He began working in the music industry as a teenager, doing odd jobs while he taught himself how to record, mix, arrange, and play a myriad of instruments. Now the multi-instrumentalist shows off his talents by recording and playing everything in the studio, from the Wurlitzer to the pedal steel. He’s also not afraid to bend genre boundaries, incorporating everything from prog-rock to Indian music in his sound. Though a one-man-band in the studio, Zach brings his music to life with a five-piece band. Grueling 10 hour rehearsals and meticulous attention to detail result in a captivating live show that showcases the band’s tightness, as well as its bandleader’s need to stay on his toes—every set incorporates an element of improvisation. When he’s not working on his own music, Zach plays guitar for SI Istwa and Jaden Smith, which includes co-writing songs such as “Fire Dept” and “K” from Erys (2019), and acts as collaborator/guitarist/producer for ¿Téo?. Oh yeah, he also scores films—including the 2016 Cannes Film Festival contending short, Midnight.

The Gooms

The Gooms are a Los Angeles based garage rock band whose edgy and melodic sound derives from a die-hard love of surf, punk, jazz, and all that lies in between. Their off-kilter brand of noise rock coupled with catchy hooks and dirty instrumentation make them a force to be reckoned with. They won’t apologize for stirring a ruckus in your ear canals, but they will give you a hug.

Lily Water's sound is filled with grit and from the soul, fronted by singer-songwriter Gabbi Green and lead guitarist Robert Cifuentes. Gabbi’s vocals and Robert’s compositions span a range of musical styles from Blues (Etta James, Muddy Waters, Amy Winehouse), Rockabilly (Wanda Jackson), Country Pop (Patsy Cline), Jazz (Billie Holiday, Nina Simone), Indie (Cat Power, Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Shoegaze (Mazzy Star), and Psych Rock (Jimi Hendrix).

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