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LISTEN: The Black Angels release new track “Diamond Eyes”

March 18th, 2014
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Trippy texans The Black Angels are back with a new track for us, “Diamond Eyes”.
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Maverick Music Festival Announces 2014 Lineup Featuring Psychedelic Furs, SZA, Joy Formidable and More

December 29th, 2013
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Historical district La Villita strives to boost its music scene with the first and only Music Festive: Maverick Music Fest, with one additional day of event and legit lineup.
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WATCH: The Black Angels Visit the Moog Sound Lab and Perform “Don’t Play With Guns”

December 26th, 2013
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The Black Angels took a little trip to North Carolina to visit the Moog Music factory where they tried out some shiny new analog toys. Check it out as they put them to use in a performance of “Don’t Play With Guns”.
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The Black Angels Announce Winter 2014 Tour Dates

December 6th, 2013
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The Black Angels are hitting the road soon and will be bringing Roky Erickson along for the ride.
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Official ACL Music Festival Late Night Show: The Black Angels W/ The Joy Formidable

September 24th, 2013
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Saturday, October 5th

Emo’s

Doors @ 10

$25 tickets

Austin’s own model psych-rock citizens The Black Angels never disappoint in the live show area. Those primal drums, killer maracas (yes, really), vintage guitar pedal noise-storms, spaced out bass, and shifty organ synths, it’s all just so groovy, and perfect, baby. Their lights keep getting better, and better, and it seems so does their music. Newest album Indigo Meadow is a melted-technicolor day-dream that keeps reaching into dark, strange corners. It’s just such a great listen, can keep it on repeat for ages. The Joy Formidable is also pretty fantastic. Rowdy and melodic alt-rock with front woman Ritzy Bryan’s killer vocals on full blast. A really aweome lineup for the night, especially if you’re heading over after a full day of festing at ACL.

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WATCH: The Black Angels Release New Video for Song “You’re Mine”

July 11th, 2013

Plucked from The Black Angels latest in garage-tinged psychedelia comes the video for “You’re Mine”, off their newest album Indigo Meadow.
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By Nicci Boots Posted in News

Austin Psych Fest Announces New “Levitation – France” Event For September 2013 Featuring The Black Angels, Dead Skeletons, BEAK>, and More

June 27th, 2013

While the 2013 rendition of the Austin Psych Fest already wrapped up this Spring, the folks behind the festival, The Reverberation Appreciation Society, are excited to announce they are expanding to an international location this Fall.
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Hanni El Khatib and The Black Angels, Live at the Mayan

May 22nd, 2013

With all the whistles and screams for “Hanni!” you’d have thought he was headlining this final show with the Black Angels. Los Angeles musician Hanni El Khatib brought a load of intense, bluesy rock music onstage. Unfortunately, he did encounter some technical difficulties, causing the vocals to be repeatedly crushed out and a few bouts of unpleasant feedback. Although he started strong with “Nobody Move” and “Penny,” the crowd needed some motivation to dance– El Khatib worked tirelessly to get them to groove. He continued to deliver his marvelous noise with a charming sense of recklessness, clearly wearing his own dancing shoes. Wrapping things up with perfectly with “In My Veins” and “Loved One,” he successfully worked the crowd into a frenzy, reminding them why they were cheering for him in the first place.
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By Risa Wesley Posted in Reviews, Show Reviews ,

The 6th Annual Austin Psych Fest

May 7th, 2013

For round number six, The Reverberation Appreciation Society’s Austin Psych Fest took place in the gorgeous outdoor setting of Carson Creek Ranch. Skirted by a body of glass-like green framed water on one end, and cows on the another, three stages were set with pristine sound, and amazing light projections. The weekend boasted bands and festival goers from around the world, and represented some of the very best sounds in psychedelic rock from days past and present.
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The Black Angels – Indigo Meadow

April 5th, 2013

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The Black Angels Phone It In

The Black Angels are a throwback band, catering to safe psychedelic nostalgia. Like a liquor-powered rendition of “White Rabbit” via live-band karaoke, there’s only so much edge and originality to be had. And though The Black Angels tend to specialize in the type of Strawberry Alarm Clock blares and Doors-esque wails they’ve come to be known and loved for, almost all of Indigo Meadow feels like the band is simply phoning it in. Opener and album namesake “Indigo Meadow” comes swirling in with spooky monster-mashed effects, filling every space between frontman Alex Maas’ militant, clipped vocals and the occasional organ break and driving drumline.
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By April Siese Posted in Reviews