Noise Pop Happy Hour: Little Queenie, Buttons & The Spyrals | SF
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Bender’s Bar & Grill | 806 South Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, CA
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Noise Pop Happy Hour | Noise Pop 2013: Music, Art & Film Festival | SF
Rock out a free Noise Pop happy hour concert with Little Queenie, Buttons, and The Spyrals.
Oakland based Little Queenie got their name from a Chuck Berry song. Not surprisingly, they don’t sound too much like Chuck Berry. But calling Little Queenie the closest living relative of Crushed Butler wouldn’t be too far off the mark. Little Queenie is Mean Gene Bae, Mark ‘icki’ Murrmann, OSCR, and Tony B (Joe Haner).
Based on their music video of “Our Sidewalk Ends,” this Oakland based indie rock band doesn’t appear to take themselves too seriously. But often it’s the ones who don’t seem serious that make the best music. Their sound is a blend of Talking Heads, The Fall and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and we look forward to finding out more about these guys.
The Spyrals take us across the bridge from psychedelic to current San Francisco rock — and that’s a bridge we love to cross here at Noise Pop. The San Francisco group who claims to be heavily influenced by The Rolling Stones and The Velvet Underground consists of Jeff Lewis (vocals), Matt Gabriel (guitar), Brandon Wurtz (bass), and Elliott Kiger (drums).
Photo credit: shboom
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