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Charlie & The Evil Mothers

Charlie & The Evil Mothers head to The 5 Spot on 09.08

Charlie Shea is the mastermind behind the Nashville project Charlie & The Evil Mothers, a psych influenced indie garage rock outfit with two releases under its belt. The first is a self-titled EP that finds its home in a bluesy and experimental psychedelia. More recently, with the help of Todd Bolden on bass and Luke Fedorko on drums, Shea has released the single “Strings” (streaming below), a much more upbeat use of his signature croon. The guitar-driven track is a moody foray into the realm of fast-paced, reverb-drenched rock. Charlie & The Evil Mothers will be taking the stage next at The 5 Spot on September 8th at 9 pm. - Lilly Milman

Charlie & The Evil Mothers invite you to be real with them tonight (01.18) at the East Room

The debut EP from Charlie & The Evil Mothers is a warbly, shimmering treat. But don’t let those shaky-sounding descriptors fool you, as the foundation here is rock-solid. The EP is mighty bluesy at points but doesn’t wallow; the band’s bedroom pop sensibilities make certain of that. It’s the experimental streak showcased most clearly on tracks like “Tin Roof,” a drum-machine-centered easy rider, that sets this release apart from every other garage revival album of the past couple years while still showing proper respect to the same influences.

Bundle up and catch Charlie & The Evil Mothers tonight (01.18) at the East Room with The Ron Gallo III, Coin Purse, and the Minks. -Austin Phy


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