The Love Dimension
ZODIAC DEATH VALLEY, Lotus Moons
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
The Love Dimension
The Love Dimension is a psychedelic garage punk country surf band from San Francisco whose influences stem from an eclectic mix of music's past and future. Originally from the lost city of Atlantis, the band has prevailed through multiple reincarnations. In 2008, they returned to the Bay Area to create sonic architecture for the benefit of sentient beings across the multiverse.
With influences that span the musical universe, The Love Dimension sound is inspired by Spacemen 3, The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, Primal Scream, The Animals, Radiohead, The Yardbirds, Nirvana, Johnny Cash, Sleepy Sun, The Beatles, The Black Angels, Hank Williams, The Pixies, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, and many more amazing artists.
The band released their second album, Forget the Remember, on local SF label, Warrior Monk Records, and an EP, Not Until All Beings Are One, on the London based label, Smoky Carrot Records in late 2012. They are working on their third album, likely to be released in 2013, when they plan to tour more of the US and Europe.
ZODIAC DEATH VALLEY
"The best thing about the moody debut album from S.F. band Zodiac Death Valley is that it you can't pin it down. Its standout track, 'Cincy, OH,' is a piano crawl heavy on smoky atmosphere and bad feelings, like Tom Waits after a particularly rough night. Another highlight, 'Hail Hail December,' sounds like what would have happened if the Doors had come after '70s punk. Meanwhile, 'Look Alive' could be a B-side off the last Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds album. Considering the breadth and fire captured on the initial effort from these local boys, we're interested to see where they'll go." --SF Weekly
"Producing simultaneously moody and sexy psychedelic rock, the Bay Area based ZODIAC DEATH VALLEY might sound like KINGS OF LEON had they been raised by Satanists as opposed to a traveling preacher. and what a superb time to be labeled as such." --San Diego Tribune