Live This Month: November 2012

Live This Month: November 2012-Golden Void

Who would have expected November to offer a slew of new releases from Bay Area bands? The month promises long-awaited new records — and local shows — from Maus Haus and Social Studies, as well as psychy new offerings from The Love Dimension and Golden Void (a new project that includes Earthless guitarist Isaiah Mitchell). And that list doesn’t even include new albums and upcoming shows by Mark Eitzel and Tamaryn!

Yes, this mix is a little more local-heavy than normal, but the touring highlights include some big ones. Canadian trio METZ is touring behind a ton of buzz and a loud, rocking new album on Sub Pop, while Welsh band Future Of The Left is bringing their intense, energetic live show to Slim’s as part of a nationwide trip.

Enjoy the mix and then go see some shows!

Gentleman Jesse — “Eat Me Alive”
Performing at the Hemlock Tavern on November 14 with Midnite Snaxxx and Cocktails.

The Love Dimension — “True Love Comes ‘Round Again”
Topping an all-local bill at the Great American Music Hall on November 15; Os Beaches, The Jaunting Martyrs and more support.

Golden Void — “The Curve”
Headlining the Hemlock Tavern on November 23; Phil Manley and Joel Robinow Band will also perform.

A Place To Bury Strangers — “You Are The One”
Joining Bleeding Rainbow and DJ Joel Gion at The Independent on November 7.

Tamaryn — “Heavenly Bodies”
Tropic Of Cancer and The She’s support Tamaryn at The Independent on November 24.

Maus Haus — “No More Girls”
Celebrating the release of their new EP at the Rickshaw Stop on November 3 with Sister Crayon and Radiation City.

Twerps — “Dreamin”
Co-headlining the Rickshaw Stop on November 2 with White Fence; The Mallard opens.

Titus Andronicus — “Upon Viewing Oregon’s Landscape With the Flood of Detritus”
Touring with Ceremony, both bands will be at the Great American Music Hall on November 12.

Future Of The Left — “Failed Olympic Bid”
Supporting Andrew Jackson Jihad on November 14 at Slim’s.

METZ — “Headache”
Appearing with Tiger High and One Hundred Percent at Bottom of the Hill on November 5.

A.C. Newman — “Encyclopedia of Classic Takedowns”
Coming to The Independent on November 12 with Harriet.

Social Studies — “Terracur”
Celebrating their new album at The Independent on November 9; also performing are The Sam Chase and Jon Gunton.

Mark Eitzel — “I Love You But You’re Dead”
Appearing at the Starry Plough on November 1 and at Bottom of the Hill on November 2.

Sera Cahoone — “Deer Creek Canyon”
Headlining the Brick & Mortar Music Hall on November 13 with Parson Red Heads and TV Mike and the Scarecrows.

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