Shaman Rock, Daytime Moon, Paracosmic, Purple Fuzz Machine

Shaman Rock

Daytime Moon

Paracosmic

Purple Fuzz Machine

Saturday, January 5

Doors: 7:45 pm / Show: 8:15 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

  • Purple Fuzz Machine - 8:15
  • Daytime Moon - 9:00 
  • Shaman Rock - 9:45
  • Paracosmic - 10:35

Shaman Rock
Shaman Rock
Shaman Rock is a psychedelic rock band from Southern California known for bright crunchy guitar tones, searing leads, and a journey through sonic soundscapes, known for slipping into improvised playing from time to time.
Having had a few rotating members from time to time, the founding core members are Brothers, Daniel and Jon Gayler, along with friend Brent Simpson on bass, Armed with 60s- 70s era inspired equipment and a modern palette. Between the Moogerfooger-powered spaceship sounds, swirling colorful guitar riffs and heart-racing drum beats, you're sure to get lost in a trance and wonder if there was only weed in that joint.
Shaman Rock has a brewery residency, 2-month tour, EP, and small festivals under the belt as well as new releases and a Summer 2019 US Tour underway. Always recording, planning events and producing media amongst other meticulous work, the band stays busy while currently building their DIY label SkyShip Records, upstarted March 2017.
Hearing Shaman Rock might bring to mind bands like Tame Impala, King Gizzard, Led Zepplin, The Doors, Yes, The Velvet Underground, but still somehow has a unique fresh approach to the magic of psychedelia. Keep an ear to the ground for Shaman Rock.
Daytime Moon
Daytime Moon
DAYTIME MOON is an alternative rock group from Joshua Tree, CA. Formed in 2011 by singer-songwriter Brent Simpson, the band released 3 self produced EPs and one full length titled “Valleys & Springs” in 2016 that is available on iTunes and Spotify, and has gained international recognition. Currently with Bass player Steven Kong, the band has been working to release a 5th collection of songs with Paul Francis of Get Right Recordings on an EP titled “I Can Still See You When I Close My Eyes”. The first single has been released on YouTube with a lyric video titled “The Difference”.
Paracosmic
Paracosmic
Paracosmic is a collaborative project of musicians from various parts of California and The United States. The band’s sound can be described as a funk-based improv flow, incorporating rock and blues with a keen taste for the psychedelic soundscape. Forming through the deep seeded dreams of 4 individuals (Travis Soto, Norman Leo Meginley, Ashton Slater, Brandon Cooke), Paracosmic began in 2015 in Los Angeles through mutual friends in the southern California music scene and festival circuits. Since then, the band has grown to a full 6 piece with the addition of Adrian Johnson and Evan Hatfeild, and along with playing several staple venues in Los Angeles, are making their way onto Festival line-ups with their favorite artists. So, what does the name mean? Paracosmic is the adjective of the word Paracosm, which is a detailed, imaginary world. Within that concept the funky family aim to take you on a very lucid yet imaginary voyage through your mind and reality simultaneously for a rockin’ good time! Keep your ears peeled for PARACOSMIC.
Purple Fuzz Machine
Purple Fuzz Machine
We are a group of friends that grew up playing music together in Anaheim CA. The band's sound is based heavily on rock music from the old-school era. In 2012 we decided to form a classic rock band that incorporated these attributes, giving birth to what is now Purple Fuzz Machine. With heavy drums, searing guitars, whirling organs, pumping bass lines, and catchy vocals, PFM is sure to captivate and transport their listeners to sonic bliss. Purple Fuzz Machine released their first self titled album containing 8 solid tracks in April of 2018. Their hit song "Blackstar Mountain", is an ode written to nature and it's beauty adorned with lush soundscapes. Created with reverb drenched organs, fuzzy guitars, and otherworldly vocal harmonies, they are sure to project you into another reality. Their song "Gypsy Woman", is a dark bluesy mix of love and magic with fuzzed out guitars, and churchy organs adding to the mysticism of PFM's self titled album. "Blood Moon" confirms PFM's deep infatuation with the mysterious as they take us on a caravan through the sands of space and time with their hypnotizing melodies in this illustrious hymn. Purple Fuzz Machine consists of 5 cosmic souls (Juan Antonio Vera, Tlaloc Campos, Omar Herrera, Pablo Rodriguez, and Eric Contreras).
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/