On this edition of BrokedownPod, we have Tom Malach, guitarist from the great band Garcia Peoples, joining us to talk about his band, their upcoming album, Natural Facts (available via Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records), and the Grateful Dead. These young guys bring a fresh ear to the two guitar indie rock sound, bending themes and melodies with a knowledgeable, psychedelic, intent. We've got some live stuff from one of their recent shows after the interview.
And after that, some terrific Grateful Dead.
Garcia Peoples like to play live and always have shows on deck. Coming up, they hit the road with LA Dead-cover jammers Grateful Shred for a number of shows.
- Feb 26 Once Ballroom Somerville, MA w/ Grateful Shred
- Feb 27 Garcia’s at The Cap in Port Chester, NY w/ Grateful Shred
- Feb 28 Gypsy Sally’s in Washington DC w/ Grateful Shred
- March 1 & 2 Brooklyn Bowl w/ Grateful Shred
- March 3 Ardmore Music Hall, Ardmore PA w/ Grateful Shred
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|Grateful Dead - Frost '82 (via Dead.Net)|
Selections In The Episode:
Garcia Peoples - 2019-01-17 The Echo, Los Angeles, CA: Jam > High Noon Violence (recorded by anazgnos available via archive.org) Check out their upcoming album, Natural Facts from Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records!
Grateful Dead - 1982-10-10 Frost Amphitheater, Palo Alto, CA: Looks Like Rain, China Cat Sunflower > I know You Rider, Lost Sailor > Saint Of Circumstance > Touch Of Gray, Satisfaction, It's All Over Now, Baby Blue