Played The Record Winter’s album release last night at Cafe Stritch. One of our favorite shows for sure. And now some stolen pics from the internet!
On The Record Winter’s new full-length:
"The new album is so intense and emotional that lead singer Dominic Miranda at times sounds like he’s coming unglued at the seams. Cartoon Bar Fight’s Kendall Sallay contributes some gorgeous vocals to the track "Kevin and Winnie." -Aaron Carnes, San Jose Metro
"If you dig the darker side of indie, it would behoove you to check out Cartoon Bar Fight, who create lovely, shimmering pop with an aura of eeriness. Their live show is sort of hypnotizing, and their C2SV appearance at Café Stritch will also mark the debut of their new E.P., The Labyrinth Suite. They go on 6pm on the 29th – early enough for you to be home in time for Breaking Bad.” -Jody Amable, The Bay Bridged
“Falling somewhere between dream pop and indie folk, Cartoon Bar Fight could be 2013’s answer to the Cranberries. They create a lot of lush arrangements and earnest melodies, and have a knack for writing interesting concept albums. Their next release will be about space, according to the band.” -Aaron Carnes, San Jose Metro
Thanks to the SJ Metro!
Today is CBF’s 6th anniversary! Thanks for your support over the years. To celebrate…Reincarnate (11 tracks) is up for free download through Sunday. Grab it if you don’t have it, and come get our soon-to-be-released E.P., The Labyrinth Suite, at Cafe Stritch on 9/29 (part of Silicon Valley’s C2SV Festival).