Moonwalks

Resident Presents

Moonwalks

Acid Tongue

Thu · April 19, 2018

8:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

Moonwalks
Moonwalks
Moonwalks are a psychedelic space rock outfit based out of Detroit, MI. The band consists of Kerrigan Pearce (drums), Jacob Dean (guitar), and Kate Gutwald (bass).

Their first EP, recorded by the legendary Jim Diamond (White Stripes/The Dirtbombs), was released in November of 2014 on L.A. based label L.O.O.S.E+Manimal Vinyl, and was dubbed a “New and Notable Release” by Bandcamp.

Originated in Detroit’s DIY scene, the band played in warehouses and makeshift venues across the city. Since then, Moonwalks have toured extensively throughout the US and Europe, as well as open for notable acts such as Thee Oh Sees, Metric, Kikagako
Moyo, Priests, Cosmonauts, Wand, and LA Witch. Their debut LP, Lunar Phases, also recorded by Diamond, was released November 6, 2015 on Manimal Vinyl.

Moonwalks released their first single”A Little Touch of Gravity//Steam Train” on Brooklyn based Greenway Records in January 2017, and are set to release their international debut on Stolen Body Records (Bristol), In Light (The Scales in the
Frame), January 26, 2018.
Acid Tongue
Acid Tongue
Acid Tongue is the fuzz-pop brainchild of Seattle's Guy Keltner (formerly of stoner-rock outfit Fox and the Law) & Ian Cunningham - perverted in their youth by adolescent exposure to mind-altering substances and strange, spiritually-driven parenting techniques. Blending elements of AM-radio soul, vintage psychedelia, folk and slacker rock, the band has developed an avid cult following throughout the US and the UK.

After years of extensive traveling throughout the United States, as well as some experimental therapy in a Mexican yurt, the boys have united to produce their take on the music of their parents' generation. Incorporating imagery of the afterlife, dream-states and drifter-culture, Acid Tongue seeks to enlighten listeners to their swingin', contemplative lifestyle.

In addition to Keltner's lyrical ode to all those suffering from the American condition, Cunningham incorporates a brand of dripping visuals that pay homage to Southern California skate culture, left-wing political activism and 90s Nickelodeon television. Together, the stark imagery and aesthetic has helped the band maintain a lasting impression both online and at their raucous, blown-out live shows.
Venue Information:
Resident
428 S Hewitt Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90013
http://www.residentdtla.com/