The Rumble San Francisco: Winter’s Fall, Vanaprasta & SpaceGhost


The Rumble SF April

At the beginning of each month you can hear the the noise building. Yes, it is The Rumble, coming to town tomorrow night. For one night each month, The Rumble SF takes over Milk Bar (1840 Haight Street) bringing some of the most promising indie bands that you probably don’t know, but will. Tomorrow’s lineup includes Vanprasta, Winter’s Fall, SpaceGhost and DJ Bagel Ted on the 1’s n 2’s. The event is an amazing opportunity to listen to great music for free. Yes–free. If you RSVP (click here) in advance–you pay nothing. Otherwise, the event is open to the public (21+) for a minimal amount of $5.

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Listen to “Heathy Geometry” [audio:]

This LA based five piece make soaring area ready indie rock that landed them on Pure Volume’s Top Unsigned bands of 2010 with they’re wowed at SXSW with eight shows that had Consequence of Sound touting them as one of the Top 25 o catch in Austin. Known for their hypnotic live shows full of aggressive guitars and impassioned vocals, VANAPRASTA are going big in 2011 and readying to drop their debut later this year.

“Sometimes the heavens part and you are witness to rock immortality . . . Steven Wilkin’s vocals are going to knock you sideways . . . Come bring your friends. You can say you knew them when.” – LA Weekly



Listen to “Anyways” [audio:]

This five piece from Berkeley are a like Band of Horses meets My Morning Jacket, with frontman Peter Winter Stanley channeling his inner Jim James. These bay area staples just released their sophomore album At All Angles (Velvet Blue Music) and lead track “Anyways” is drawing attention from heavyweights like Magnet and more.

“Winter’s Fall fuses Americana hooks and electronic atmospherics to create soaring anthems and graceful, high-energy rockers.” – SF Weekly



Listen to “Drone” [audio:]

Oakland’s, SPACEGHOST will bring the chilly synths and crackling sub-bass that has No Modest Bear, Smoke Don’t Smoke and Ears of the Beholder raving. Sudi Wachspress is churning out dreamy beats with two acclaimed EP’s in 2010 and 2011’s FSCK and has even remixed Toro Y Moi.

“Space Ghost’s Wallflower EP is promising because of what it represents: a crossroads between LA’s weeded-out sub-bass scene and Boards of Canada’s carefully composed sterile warmth, colliding in the brain of a dude in Oakland.” – The Fader