NEW BRAVADO Cassingle Release Show with KILLER MOON, MIMI VON SCHNITZL, and TEMPLE OF THE GOLDEN DAWN at THE NEW VINTAGE, Friday, August 1st

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Modern Cult Records and The Other Side of Life are proud to present:

NEW BRAVADO

Cassingle Release Show

with

KILLER MOON (Chicago, IL)
MIMI VON SCHNITZL(Louisville, KY)
TEMPLE OF THE GOLDEN DAWN (Louisville, KY)

Friday, August 1st
at THE NEW VINTAGE
2126 S. Preston Street
Doors open at 8 PM, Music begins at 9
21+
$5
Advance tickets available at MODERN CULT RECORDS and online: http://www.eventbee.com/v/newbravado/event?eid=180525992
Buyers of advance tickets AND day-of-show tickets will all receive a free copy of NEW BRAVADO‘s cassingle on Gubbey Records!
https://www.facebook.com/events/665161540226852

NEW BRAVADO returns to us from atop a golden star making golden showers of golden acid on our brown, dirty heads. Blueing and blacking, this band has appreciated further time travels, backpassing Sabbath and instead bounding into the heavy psych and power fuzz of the 60s, whence came Eden’s Children, Banshee, Lincoln Street Exit.” –American Gloam

KILLER MOON is a psychedelic journey of three friends throughout the best years and times of our lives, reflected within our music. We are chasing a high mountain one that will enrich our souls, and make us better people and musicians. Our journey is one of love, anger, pain, sweat, and blood. Psychedelic jam band with classic rock and doomy sludge undertones. Extended instrumentals paired with ambient vocals make KILLER MOON a must see for anyone looking to expand their mind and musical horizons.

MIMI VON SCHNITZL began on four-track by J.Glenn — a.k.a. Mimi Von — in the summer of 2005. The spring of 2011 brought new life on keyboards from Rory Hanka creating swaths of colour from a Hammond and Korg. Andy Matter soon rounded out the sound with his 21-fret bass guitar named Belmont. Floating through the stratosphere as a three-piece, playing the occasional live gig with friends setting in to fill out the sound, MVS began recording as a three piece at Kent O’Bryan’s Wax and Tape Recording Studio in the winter of 2012. The sessions yielded half of the tracks that would become the debut MVS album. Expert circuit bender/guitar pedal builder Jace Stone was invited to shred an electric guitar solo on “Jenkum Jam.” a song on “Head Cleaner: A Louisville Music Compilation” by Gubbey records in 2013, and he has been with the outfit ever since. Following a fine tuning of the songs at Rory’s digs in Clarksville, IN, MVS would return to Wax and Tape as a four piece in 2014 to flesh out its first album to completion.

Watch the video for MIMI VON SCHNITZL‘s “Mass of Matter” here:

TEMPLE OF THE GOLDEN DAWN: Spiritual awakenings through low-frequency bombardment as well as transcendental mind expansion using electric four- and six-string techniques.

You can also join our Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/232825523444477/. Twitter: @OtherSideShows.

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