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Imagination Head, Qurious, Shathouse Rats Tonight @ Picaflor

Tonight’s the night of the first local music blogger’s showcase ever! Join me, Latest Disgrace, BeAtlanta, and Shot From Guns at Picaflor for a RockScience Music sponsored event with Imagination Head, Qurious, and Shathouse Rats.

If you haven’t been to Picaflor, you should. If you haven’t been to a RockScience event, you should. If you haven’t heard these bands, you should. And if you want to know why, here you go:

Imagination Head Moon Beams Spotlight, Latest Disgrace review and Beatlanta interview.

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Qurious free album download, Latest Disgrace review, and Beatlanta interview

Aurora Borealis from Qurious on Vimeo.

Shathouse Rats Moon album review and BeAtlanta interview.

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Friday, March 18 at Picaflor Studio 195 Arizona Ave, Suite 3

9pm-The Shathouse Rats
10pm-Imagination Head
11pm-Qurious

Doors open at 8:30pm and the CASH ONLY cover is $5. ! Booze is cheap, fun is guaranteed.

Record Review: Shathouse Rats ‘Blood On Yer Shoes’

Dark, raw, and sinister, Shathouse Rats puts a bluesy spin on dixie-tinged garage rock, laden with psychedelic reverb, a raging organ, and the essence of  untamed voodoo rock. Blood on Yer Shoes is a thoroughly uninhibited 6-song experience that comforts the dark corners of your soul, inviting you to dance with your demons without fear of getting “blood on your shoes.”

“Roshambo” explodes as the opening track, like a ferocious climax, with Matt Shat’s unrelenting energy spewing forth through savage vocals, while the keyboard swells and swirls between prominent, deep bass lines and a steadying tambourine. “Die Alone” begins to slow, just enough to maintain a sonic haze, while thunder roars in the background of Shat chanting, “No matter where you go, you’re going to die alone.” The moody and somber, “Stomp Splatter Spew” revels in the shadows of love, Continue reading “Record Review: Shathouse Rats ‘Blood On Yer Shoes’” »