Dead Meadow is the psychedelic post-post-punk band that will throw you back with an endless haze of 70’s guitar fuzz and groovy sweetness. They rock harder and truer-to-retro than their pop-twin Tame Impala but with a paralleled fresh groove and original level of mystical lyricism. From Washington, DC, Dead Meadow formed in 1998 from the remnants of two young indie DC bands. Since producing 5 studio albums and one live album, Got Live if You Want It, recorded at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ in 2002. Their 2010 release, Three Kings, is a feature-length live film + soundtrack featuring stage shows along with psychedelic dream scenarios. Straying from a blues sound poignant within the few previous records, Three Kings has a Jimi Hendrix tone to it. Older generations, and the new with a craving to rock out like they did in 1969, will not be disappointed from this show.
Dead Meadow, Stranger Family Band, and Matt Tow
@ The Chapel on February 15th, 2013
8pm doors/ 9pm show