In Music: Girls Night

Presented by Regionalism
Saturday July 2nd
$5, All Ages

Half Off Books
6708 Greenleaf Ave.

Whittier, CA 90601
(562) 698-1934

Girls Night is a showcase of female bands based throughout the Greater Los Angeles Area. Each of the performing acts evinces a different musical styling from the next. The lineup includes everything from collective punk improvisatory arrangements to Eastern European incantations via Baroque pop.

This July 2nd luv-in (truly), pays tribute to the better-half of the American (and really the universal) demographic– WOMEN. The lineup beautifully coincides with the estrogenic theme as each performing artist showcases female songsmiths, virtuosos and chanteuses as well as a few token boys in there.

6:30 PM – Moon Pearl

7:20 PM – Bleached

8:10 PM – Crazy Band

9:00 PM – Neverever

10:00 PM – KIT

11:00 PM – Raw Geronimo

*Scheduling subject to change

+ Special Guests — Emcee Martin Mull + more tba

Regionalism has produced a series of concerts/bacchanals/revelers/merrymakings/be-ins coordinated with several emerging and established independent artists hailing from disparate trappings of music, representing assorted ‘regional’ aesthetic contexts which come to characterize their sound. The ethos underpinning a dissemination of burgeoning music of the city into the suburbs thereby bolstering a youth subculture and affinity for sonic self-expression, that may not have been made accessible to the geographically outlying youth otherwise. |

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