The Mary Onettes, Magic Bullets, Here Come The Saviours at the Rickshaw Stop [new wave, post-punk]

If you’re into 80’s new wave and post-punk influenced music then you’ll like this show.

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010:
The Mary Onettes, Magic Bullets, Here Come the Saviours

$10 adv/$12 door

Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell St., San Francisco, CA

The Mary Onettes

The Mary Onettes’ critically acclaimed debut was described as the perfect mix between A-ha and The Jesus and Mary Chain. Now they are back with a grandiose new album. Imagine a Swedish equivalent of The National on a diet of speed, Planet Earth DVDs, and 80’s guitar pop singles and you’ll have a vague idea of how amazing this is. “At their best, the band positively nailed the bruised romanticism and exquisite melancholy that marked a certain strain of that decade’s [80s] best pop.” — Pitchfork

Magic Bullets

“Formed in 2004, six-piece San Francisco band Magic Bullets draw from a shared love of post-punk/1980s alt-rock bands such as Orange Juice, the Sound, the Feelies, and Talking Heads.” —

Here Come the Saviours

Guitar noise-pop from ex-members of the Otherside, Stratford 4, and the Tail.


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