Globe Hall Presents
Danny Dodge, BBQ Opens at 6pm!
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmGlobe Hall
$15 - $18
This event is 18 and over
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Based in Echo Park, Los Angeles—home of a white-hot garage band revival of which the Braves are at the forefront—this five-piece musical sensation started out as a hobby, but for the musicians involved has become much more.
And while the group—made up of Julian Ducatenzeiler on guitar and vocals, Tony Malacara on bass and vocals, Shane Stotsenberg on guitar and vocals, Cameron Gartung on drums and Ignacio Gonzalez on organ and tambourine—isn’t straying far from what Ducatenzeiler describes as a “a blend of influence and sound that is unprecedented in contemporary music,” there are certainly some changes afoot.
Since the early days, Mystic Braves have gone on to release two full-length records—both recorded at Lolipop—and a single and have played extensively to ever-increasing crowds in Southern California and beyond. And the goodwill that their first songs garnered has never gone away.
The origins of his newest single, “Blue Ain’t What I Feel For You”, are as such:
It was in Denver, Colorado where the friendship of Dodge and producer and former member of Plum, Jake Supple, carried to Supple’s home studio, where the two, on their first day of meeting, would sit down to record a song written by Dodge in his days of living in isolation in the Redwood Forests of Northern California. Only recently had it resurfaced in his solo sets. “The song is a list of things either equal or worse-or at least as jarring as-the death of love,” says Dodge from his home in Hollywood, his intention was to “conjure images of dangerous things or hazardous events happening against what I percieve as beautiful”. Each brief line in it embodies it’s own harrowing, and sometimes heartwrenching event: the mass suicides of wild animals only tamed in death, the boxer’s once handsome, now grotesque and bloodied profile, freshly pummeled by the “15 heavyweight knockout punches.”, or the mutilation of the vivid and meticuliously detailed landscape paintings of Prussian-born Albert Beirstadt of early last century, “burned before your eyes”. Each line showing destinctly that, to appropriately convey the viceration of a heart in love, one must know the nuculus of what draws the heart to beauty in the beginning.
What the two produced that day is simply magnificent. Like Buddy Holly evoking the image of raindrops in Raining in My Heart, this is a musician seeing around and through the pillars of his own past conventions, achieving redefinition.
“Blue..” will be released as a casingle on Get Loud Recordings on January 11th followed by a long string of dates spanning towards a tour of Europe and a new album in the summer.
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