Bleeding Rainbow w/Fat CreepsPop/Rock
The loud, swirling, ’90s-referencing Bleeding Rainbow is putting out records during a time when releasing loud, swirling, ’90s-referencing records is in vogue again. This turn of events is great for critics and listeners who’ve deplored the recent lack of new guitar-first acts, but it can cause a quality band like Bleeding Rainbow to get lost amid the noise. And that dynamic becomes enhanced when My Bloody Valentine and Deerhunter — king and prince of Shoegaze-dom as far as I’m concerned — release albums the same year you do, especially when a rock personality in the vein of Kevin Shields or Bradford Cox isn’t on your roster (that we’re aware of, at least). Regardless, Bleeding Rainbow continues to do the yeoman’s work of releasing new music and touring relentlessly simply because it’s what they love to do — damn the torpedoes. The four-piece travels well-trodden ground, but they do so very competently.
Mon, Jun 24 | 9:00 PM
The High Watt
18 and over