By Alfred Montez
The Rosebuds are a poppy rock band whose members deliver their tunes with a sense of longing and a melancholy feel that move their songs along beautifully. They will perform tonight, Friday, July 1, at The Satellite in Silver Lake. The band’s story is fascinating, led by a former husband-and-wife team Ivan Howard and Kelly Crisp who serve as primary songwriters and the creative force behind the group. Over the years, the trials and triumphs of love and music have been documented on their albums, and at times can be intensely personal.
In their last release “Loud Planes Fly Low, ” Howard and Crisp present a ten-song collection about heartbreak and the story of the love and time the couple shared. Amazingly intense and brilliant, the album plays like one, long single, with a celestial feel. For something so honest and personal, the band really delivers with this release and shows how far their sound has developed over the years. Also performing are Other Lives, and The World Record. The show starts at 9 p.m. The show is 21 and over only, and the cover is $12.
Eastside Music Notes:
- El Cid to host a “Locals Stage” at this year’s Sunset Junction Street Fair. West Coast Sound
- Highland Park’s “Body of Water” resurface on the music scene. Pop & Hiss
There’s a lot of music out there. Eastside Mix will help guide you to noteworthy shows and keep you up to date on Eastside venues, bands, artists and labels. Did we miss something? Send an email to hello@theEastsiderLA.com.