Stranded In Stereo: The Rumble in San Francisco Tomorrow!

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

The Rumble in San Francisco Tomorrow!

Join us as we celebrate the opening of the 2009 Bay Area Roller Derby Girl season with another explosive Rumble event! The Owl Mag, Future Sounds, Stranded in Stereo, and Sonic Living are presenting The Rumble on February 4, 2009 at The Harlot in San Francisco 46 Minna St. - SF. You don't want to miss The Ringers & Music For Animals! These two exciting bands will also be joined by two DJ's, DJ BAGeL Ted and DJ Omar of Popscene. Doors open at 8pm. Free with RSVP or $5 at the door. The night is co-sponsored by the Bay Bridged.

The Derby Girls will be in full garb rolling around, they'll have a table with info about their upcoming season and we will be raffling tickets to one of their bouts. Anything else we can raffle off will help fund their season.

The Ringers are a four-piece Los Angeles-based rock n' roll group. They have been referred to as a tight band of pirates out to rape and pillage your senses with their unique sound and explosive show. "We're not trying to re-invent the wheel, just roll it OUR WAY." The Ringers have a very exciting sound much like The Hives and early Rolling Stones. Their second album
Headlocks & Highkicks will be in progress in the month of November and will also feature their new single "Apocolypto."

Music For Animals are a four-piece indie rock band from San Francisco. Music For Animals is signed to Three Ring Records, with whom they released their debut self-titled album in 2007. A follow-up release for their debut album is to be expected soon. "MFA's role in the big picture will be to try and utilize the new resources in technology to spread the music as far and wide as possible without any major support from a company or record label" says the band.

DJ OMAR OF POPSCENE spinning 10-11
DJ BAGEL TED spinning 8-10

Sonic Living, The Owl, Future Sounds and Stranded in Stereo have a deep love and respect for the indie music community. Having produced successful events and promoted emerging indie artists, their collaboration promises to continue a tradition of supporting independent music, while at the same time providing locals with a place to party. Through the reach of an online music publication, indie rock internet radio station, indie retailers and online social networking sites, our connection to the music community is broad.

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