Sandrider plays the Crocodile this Saturday

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From The Stranger:

Black Breath, Sandrider, Occult SS, Nite Nurse

(Crocodile) The funny thing about Sandrider is that they weren’t really supposed to be a real band. Sort of

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. Good to Die Records released their stellar stoner-rock-inspired album in 2011, but that batch of songs had actually been sitting on a shelf for years. Matt Bayles recorded them in 2009, and the dudes (Jon Weisnewski and Nat Damm of Akimbo and Jesse Roberts of the Ruby Doe) were label-less at the time and never got around to releasing them. WHAT?! That is a crime! We should’ve blown out our eardrums with that shit years ago! But better late than never, as the saying goes, and the record got such a supportive response that this spring they’ll go into the studio (with Bayles, again) to record a follow-up. It better not take two years for this one to see the light of day. MEGAN SELING


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