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Oceanography Warships and Magic Fight at the Elbo Room Tomorrow Night - 9/24

The Elbo Room is showcasing a strong and enticing line up tomorrow night. Popular local band, Oceanography will be headlining a night of underground indie rock. The new intense experimental rock wonder duo, Magic Fight and Los Angeles indie pop band, Warships will be supporting them, making this a bill a well curated line up. All the bands have really smooth and emotive, experimental and alternative styles. They will all flow really well together. If you're into great music without too much ego or pretention, make sure you catch this show. These bands are great at what they do.

You can find more info and RSVP to this event here.


Video: Warships "Heater"

Mathy indie rock band Warships find themselves in a precarious situation in the video for their latest single "Heater". The vaguely surrealistic promo sees them rounding about as they look for each other in an apartment complex hallway while two dangerous vixens continually haunt their path. The song is part of their latest EP Shadows, which was just released on June 11th.


Max and the Moon: Video, “The Way I See”

Layered harmonies bathed in reverb, aggressive percussion, intricate guitar work and the unique vocal stylings of lead singer John Velasquez, prove that these OC boys are about to take LA by storm. “The Way I See”, the title track off their latest EP, is a swirling combination of funk-driven, math-inspired Indie Rock with a pop sensibility. Peep the video below for a look inside their world. Check them out live tonight as they headline the Constellation Room supported by FutureFix, Warships and The Push. - Jacqueline Caruso


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