This April, New Orleans garage-pysch visionaries Bipolaroid are embarking on a run of Midwest/East Coast dates in support of their fourth studio album, Twin Language – available now from Get Hip Recordings. Expand the article to view the full tour schedule.
The concert will be held this Sunday, April 13 at Club Cafe in Pittsburgh’s South Side neighborhood. Doors open at 7 p.m. with music to begin at 8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online and at the door. Click here for more info.
This is a 21+ event.
“These kids (and their veteran partner) are the R.F.D. (Real Effin’ Deal), whether you’re talking straight up Nuggets raveups, turbocharged Stones/Kinks R&B swagger or Black Lips-styled supah-skronk.” (4/5 Stars)
Fred Mills | Blurt
“While rich with roaring echoes of the Pretty Things, Sonics, pre-1968 Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper, and pre-’66 Kinks (even a hint of Hawkwind), Nox Boys emanate their essences rather than going overboard trying to ‘sound like’ them.” (3.5/5 Stars)
Mark Keresman | ICON
“Eleven cuts of no frills garage punk…has a nice teenage snarl to it.”
Bart Mendoza | San Diego Troubadour
“A joyous summation of all that is great about rock ’n’ roll.”
John Ebbs | Shindig! Magazine
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Get Hip Recordings returns to Austin, TX this week to participate in the annual SXSW arts and music festival. The legendary garage label will host a showcase of its finest talent on Saturday, March 15 at Austin’s Lit Lounge.
The lineup will include five of Get Hip’s signature house-rockers – The Cynics, The Ugly Beats, Bipolaroid, The Ripe, and Neighbours – as well as special guests The Blind Owls. Check out a showcase playlist below and expand the story for the complete performance schedule. Don’t miss it!
The King of Power Pop, Paul Collins, takes his DIY attitude to China where he will play a series of shows in different towns beginning in early March. The tour begins near Shanghai in the community of Songjiang. Stops along the way include Suzhou, Nanjing, Wuhan, Hefei and Qingdao before wrapping in Beijing! Paul will be accompanied by Shanghai punk rockers Round Eye.
3/6 – Songjiang – Du Yin Jia (Independent Music House)
3/7 – Suzhou – Tunnel Bar
3/8 – Shanghai – Yuyintang
3/9 – Kunshan – Whales Bar
3/11 – Nanjing – Castle Bar
3/12 – Wuhan – Vox
3/13 – Hefei – On The Way Bar
3/14 – Qingdao – Downtown Bar
3/15 – Beijing – Yogong Yishan