The She's, Big Bite (SEA), Supercrush (SEA), Marinero

at Thee Parkside

Time: 8:00pm     Day: Wednesday     Ages: 21+ Ages     Price: $10

The She's

San Francisco's favorite all female garage rippers. Mixing reverb-drenched jangly guitars with sun-soaked harmonies reminiscent of 60’s pop and surf bands, along with a plethora of influences from more fuzzed-out contemporary artists, The She’s have crafted a sound replete with emotion and sound: sometimes happy-go-lucky, sometimes gloomy/melancholy, all around brilliant; a testament to the city they were born and raised in.

Big Bite (SEA)

Punk from that rainy place that some band is from. 

popwigrecords.bandcamp.com/track/big-bite-2

Supercrush (SEA)

supercrush.bandcamp.com/album/i-cant-lie-b-w-walking-backwards

Marinero is the solo guise of Jess Sylvester, a San Francisco native. Drawing from life in Califas as well as time spent in Guadalajara, his songs inhabit several times and places at once, be it the esquinas of lowrider-era Mission Street, the sepia-toned Jalisco villas of his abuelas, or the eternal ever-reaching California coast. Rooted but always musing on what came before and what could have come to be, Marinero’s music floats between the familiar and the fantastic, like a half-remembered dream of Don Quijote.

Sylvester’s other current projects also lie in this threshold, from the Pan-American digital pop duo Francisco y Madero to the lost-in-time no-fi Nuggets punk of Violent Change. Marinero brings it all together -- sampled breaks, hectic live percussion, harmonized vocals, fuzz guitar, maracas, flutes, Omnichords and laptops can all be summoned to bring forth the vibe by any means necessary.

Marinero’s latest EP, CHICAN@, released on 4/20 2016 backed by a West Coast tour in July, with new work from FyM and Violent Change looming in the horizon.

maringuero.com