Kiwi Time, Sockthief

Tue, November 27, 2012

8:00 pm

$5 in Advance/$8 at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Bay Area indie band, subCULTURE, is best known for their addictive lyrical melodies and synth driven, dance-inducing flare. It’s not unusual to see the band switch things up in-between songs, wowing audiences with each member’s multi-instrumentality. All of their songs blend mood with catchy pop hooks seamlessly while creating their unique brand of sound.
Kiwi Time
Kiwi Time
Though Kiwi Time has only been around for less than a year, they've wasted no time getting acquainted with their surroundings here in San Francisco. Playing show after show at legendary venues such as Rockit Room and Cafe Cocomo, to performances at Berkeley University and
headlining 2011's Red Marines Music Festival, Kiwi Time gathered quite a following bringing anywhere from 50 to 100 hardcore fans and dedicated concert goers to their shows. As a result the band was featured on Live 105's Top Ten Local Bands in San Francisco.

Their EP "A Part of Me" (Faultline Records 2011) has just been released and expecting high sales volumes. Frontwoman Anna Mackovchik is the phenomenal voice behind the lyrics, complimented by the talented Yoga and Nick on guitars, Alex on bass, and Vlad on drums. All friends from childhood growing up in Belarus, sincere presence on stage and by the originality and power of their music. They sound like The Red Hot Chilli Peppers dropped frontman Anthony Kiedis and started playing with Nina Perssing from The Cardigans on the vocals.
3 parts blues, 2 parts gypsy jams, 1 part punk, and a dash of indie rock. Spike with LSD, toss in blender, and set to puree.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107