Fuzz Box Presents
Santoros, Gravys Drop, Swiftumz, DJ Al Lover
1710 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
"No one can ever replace the legend that was Marc Bolan, but this 'Metal Guru'-sounding number from the self-described "electric sleaze/bubblegum psych" trio comes pretty close. It will certainly make you want to listen to T. Rex all night long." --NME
"Newly transplanted from Indianapolis, the three-piece will release their debut album Black Teeth & Golden Tongues ... on My Old Kentucky Blog's recently sprouted label, Roaring Colonel Records. Burnt Ones' fuzzed out garage anthems not only sound like the band's aforementioned contemporaries Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall, but their album art is also done by William Keihn, who did the covers of Help and the Ty Segall/Mikal Cronin Reverse Shark Attack LP." --Bay Bridged
Gravys Drop draws sounds from all across the rock and roll spectrum. Taking influence from the Everly Brothers, The Beach Boys, Flying Burrito Brothers, and the Flamin' Groovies, GRAVYS DROP brings back the fun feeling of music from the 1950's, 60's and 70's, and gives listeners a great excuse to get their asses shakin!
Gravys Drop released their debut album "For the love of Gravy" on Burger Records in the Summer of 2011. The tape sold-out instantly, and has since been repressed numerous times. In 2012, Gravys Drop released their first single “HOT DONUTS NOW", a co-release on Burger and Spot-On Sound. Their second full-length album, "GUMBALL" has been released on Burger Records cassette. The "GUMBALL" LP will be officially released July, 7th, 2013 on Spot-On Sound, and Cut-Rate Records.
Solo project with help from many talented friends musicians and producers.
DJ Al Lover
In short, Al Lover is a producer from San Francisco, but there's more layers to his wall of sound then meets the ear. Over the last few years he has gained much notoriety for his melding of contemporary and past garage and psychedelic rock into harsh yet spacey abrasive beats. Influenced as much by The 13th Floor Elevators as DJ Shadow, Al Combines crunchy drums, shaky percussion, chopped samples and layers of textured effects to create an unexplored path for psychedelic music, offering an earthy and loose approach that sounds more like you're listening to a DMT fueled psych band than a beat made on an MPC.