The Stone Foxes

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The Stone Foxes

Mahgeetah, Black Cobra Vipers

Wednesday 2/13

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The New Parish

Oakland, CA

This is a Free Show!

This event is 18 and over

The Stone Foxes
The Stone Foxes
It's not just great song writing, warm guitars, a nut-tight rhythm section, and the occasional blues harp riffs that make The Stone Foxes' second album, Bears & Bulls, so good; the Bay Area four-piece consisting of brothers Shannon and Spence Koehler, Aaron Mort, and Avi Vinocur have captured something else on this recording that makes the whole thing huge, and very, very cool.
Mahgeetah
Mahgeetah
Stripped down at heart, Mahgeetah finds common ground with the attitude and conviction of rock and roll music. Distorted riffs, three part harmonies, and heavy piano lay an alternative foundation for any particular confined rock genre and stretch further than any blues or Americana stereotype.

Their songs on a skeletal level very much please the cherished pop side of music, but the drive seems to almost always fall back on loud heavy climaxes. For them, improvisation is a character that acts as an extension of their melodic sensibilities. They tell themselves to slow down, but clearly are attached to the idea of their music as fast, loud, and heavy.

Their debut album HEAVY BABY comes out Summer 2012
Black Cobra Vipers
Black Cobra Vipers
Black Cobra Vipers are a San Francisco based rock trio comprised of bassist Julian Borrego, drummer Rob Mills, and guitarist/lead singer Gregory DiMartino. Borrego and Mills cultivate the sound with their respective jazz backgrounds, featuring impeccable rhythm and technical ability. DiMartino's vocals, described by the Bay Bridged as "impressively unique while remaining accessible; a mix of rust and howl coated with a bit of swoon for good measure," anchor the band's rock and roll genrefication. The composite of the corresponding forces results in what the band describes as Passion-Rock-Art music and they
play it for humans of all types, because it would be impolite not to.
Venue Information:
The New Parish
579 18th St
Oakland, CA, 94612
http://www.thenewparish.com/