On 11/11, two Tokyo-based bands brought experimental krautrock and mad psychedelia to Saturn Birmingham. Those that braved the cold weather were duly rewarded.
Scott Ruth talks moving from bass player to songwriter, meeting Gundersen, and the differences between U.S. and European audiences.
We look back on Los Coast’s recent show at Saturn, then we catch up with guitarist John Courtney about their new record and the changing scene in Austin, TX.
Facing the myriad issues causing division in the U.S. today, the alt-country pioneers are looking for something to bring society back together.
Brothers Ben and Michael Ford Jr. of Nashville have quickly built an impressive collection of music since forming the band Airpark early last year, and their next EP drops on Oct 12. Before the debut, Airpark set out on tour, and are bound for Saturn on October 10.
Charleston’s SUSTO began as Justin Osborne’s solo project as he was returning to the States from a stay in Havana, Cuba, but soon morphed into something much larger than himself.
David Ramirez has spent a lot of his time touring the country with little more than a car and his guitar. We spoke with David Ramirez ahead of his Saturn performance tonight, and dove into the new album, Spotify streaming and playlists, and the art created during and after political elections.
With gritty country and soul reminiscent of Exile on Main St, the Lukas Nelson roll into Saturn this Friday on their high-energy tour.
Their improvisational expertise has taken them to Bonnaroo and back. Morning Teleportation plays Saturn this Saturday, bringing psychedelic jams, indie rock, and even some jazz to the space-age stage.
Eric Slick, drummer with Philly’s Dr. Dog since 2010, will be rocking out with The Districts at Saturn on March 20, right after his gigs at SXSW. Here he shares the inspiration, meditation, and Jungian dream exploration behind his new album.