UPCOMING: BRC show w/ Black Betty, Pillow Theory, Analogue Transit — Aug. 9

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The BRC's Native Sundays series has moved to Fontana's on the Lower East Side.

Of the bands playing this week, I'm looking forward to seeing Analogue Transit, who I only know from their album, Gearheart, which is a really great listen.  And it's been over a year since I've seen Pillow Theory, so it'll be good to catch up with Kelsey and the band.  I've only seen Black Betty once and am going to enjoy seeing them when I can really focus on what they're doing.  BTW, this show will be an album release for Black Betty, so should be cool.

Info on the bands:

Also, the final installment of the series take place on September 6, and is basically bands led by three hard rockin' women: Sophia Ramos, Swear On Your Life's Militia, and Malene Younglao.

Info on the September 6 artists:

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