Drab Majesty, Body of Light, and Xeno & Oaklander performed at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, California on August 30th, 2019, and Bay Area photographer Geoffrey Smith was there to capture the experience. DRAB MAJESTY BODY OF LIGHT XENO & OAKLANDER
“Reverie of the Revolving Diamond” will be available October 4th digitally, limited edition vinyl through the bands own label Sun Terrace Records and a limited run of cassettes through Portrayal of Guilt. Eleven songs that dive into a narrative of chaos, beauty, addiction, debauchery and death surrounding the bands hometown
Amazing music – check, futuristic thought through costumes with white wigs – check, high level production with beautiful lights and just the right amount of smoke – check. In other words, Drab Majesty put up one hell of a show to celebrate the release of their new album “Modern Mirror”.
Bending time and space with Bobby Bray from INUS and track premiere for “There Was a Fish in the Percolator”.
San Diego has a long history of influential bands and style in the underground music world. A thick family tree of players have splintered into projects that have stomped a plaster cast footprint into vinyl rarities and obscurities. A figurehead in the realm is Mr Bobby Bray, guitar tone manipulator
Much like post-punk, shoegaze can find itself looking backwards to preserve the sounds of yesteryear. Drinking deeply of nostalgia in order to capture said sound, songwriting can suffer. Shoegaze works off nostalgia half the time and drugs the other. For the new bands trying to pick up the torch, the
Lebanon Hanover creates the kind of Cold Wave that warms my heart. Both of the vocalists are able to manifest vocal tones that enchant me. In April of last year, they released their album Let Them Be Alien via Fabrika Records. Today we would like to share with you Lebanon Hanover’s