Various Authors noon, Jan. 19
Aunt Cynthia's Cabin and Desert Suns
Local stoner rockers Desert Suns would seem the perfect opening act when L.A. neo-psychedelic group Aunt Cynthia’s Cabin takes the Casbah stage on Monday. Much like the headliners, the Suns puff up an outer space sound that combines the melty lava lamp dreams of early ‘70s Pink Floyd albums like Meddle with the more furious acid riff jamming of Europrog rockers such as Nektar and freak-folk rockers Comus. The group was formed in late 2013 by Ronald “Woogie” Maggard (Downspell, Revenge Death Ball, Se Vende), bassist-singer Dave Russell, and drummer Ben McDowell, later joined by guitarist Anthony Belluto from Horde of Sirens. They have only a handful or recordings so far, but they’re offering free downloads through April of all the music on their website, including their most recent release, a split Ripple Records three-song single with Chiefs.
- Age limit: 21+
- When: Monday, April 29, 2019, 8 p.m.