epicsauce.com and Terrorbird Media Presents: Man/Miracle, Baths, The Splinters, Sister Crayon + Sugar & Gold (DJ Set) and Disco Shawn (DJ Set)

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epicsauce.com presents the Terrorbird Media 4 Year Anniversary with live sets from Man/Miracle, Baths, The Splinters and Sister Crayon + DJ sets from Sugar & Gold and Disco Shawn. The party goes down this Thursday (5/20) at Milk (1840 Haight St). Tickets are $5 at the door and we will have $3 Trumer Pils/PBR/Tecate for you all night.

Man/Miracle
"It seems the only person who dances at shows anymore is the blazed guy up front. The thing about Bay Area-based Man/Miracle's new song from their first full-length album, The Shape of Things, though, is that it makes me want to shelve my Puritan ways, join said guy, and flail my hands around." -Pitchfork

“The Shape of Things is an infectious collection of nervy songs recommended especially for fans of Talking Heads, The Feelies, and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.” -The Bay Bridged

"Oakland's Man/Miracle caught us by surprise late last year with their stunning debut LP, The Shape of Things. With ten infectiously catchy tracks in under thirty minutes, The Shape of Things is that rare all-meat, no-filler album that you will find yourself playing on repeat throughout the day, subconsciously awaiting that self-satisfying moment where the last track ends and you get to start the whole affair over again. -7x7 Magazine

Baths
"As Baths, Chatsworth, Calif.'s Will Wiesenfeld connects the dots between the sun-drenched haze of glo-fi torchbearers (Washed Out, Toro Y Moi) and the woozy beat math that lights the spliffs of Los Angeles' Brainfeeder collective (Flying Lotus, the Gaslamp Killer)." -Pitchfork

"If Toro Y Moi had the chops of Matmos and the beat savoir-faire of FlyLo, it might sound something like "Maximalist." -XLR8R

The Splinters
"Four women from the Bay Area chirpily asserting their vision of garage-pop: less hazy than Vivian Girls, less vintage than Dum Dum Girls, less stoned than Best Coast. Just unclutttered, punky, and fun." -RCRDLBL

“Girl-group sounds-meets-90s punk attitude.” –Gorilla Vs. Bear

“They perfectly channel the devil-may-care, DIY, girls-in-the-garage sense.” – The Fader

Sister Crayon
"The band makes gorgeous, ghostly tunes that blur the line between lo-fi electronics (drum machines, synths) and rich analog atmospherics (organ tones, human voice)." -LA Weekly


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