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Monday, November 4, 2013

Tuesday To-Do: The Mowgli's

Posted By on Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 8:08 AM

click to enlarge The Mowgli's play at Juanita's Tuesday night.
  • The Mowgli's play at Juanita's Tuesday night.

THE MOWGLI'S, KOPECKY FAMILY BAND, THE ROCKETBOYS
7:30 p.m. Juanita's. $12 adv., $15 day of.


If you've got a yen for youthful, unrelentingly earnest Cali-fied indie rock with like seven people all singing at once, then you might should check out The Mowgli's. I wasn't kidding about all those people singing at once — there are eight people in this band and very often they're all singing at the same time. Their bandcamp bio describes The Mowgli's thusly: "8 friends from Los Angeles who are making music with love, and making love with music."

The Kopecky Family Band and The Rocketboys will be familiar names to observers of the local live music scene, having notched several shows in the area over the last couple-three years. The Kopecky crew is on tour for their brand-spankin' new ATO Records debut "Kids Raising Kids." The Rocketboys are coming off of a tumultuous 2012, which saw half the band quit, resulting in last year's "Build Anyway."

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