Deap Vally introduced us to their unapologetic style of rock’n’roll in 2013 debut SISTRIONIX. L.A. natives Julie Edwards and Lindsey Troy lit heavy, minimalist-blues fires throughout the U.S. and Europe, both on record and in their legendary live shows. Lindsey Troy’s sand-and-glue vocals and ferocious riffs rode roughshod over the dynamic explosions of Julie Edwards’ drumming. After several loops around the world, they decided it was time for a gear shift inspired by the pair’s desire to create their vision on their own terms. So the two-piece wielded the time they needed to reassess matters, doing short stints as touring bass players — Lindsey in White Lung and Julie in JJUUJJUU — having a kid, experiencing life stuff, all while recording critically-acclaimed sophomore album FEMEJISM with Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Nick Zinner producing.
The Croissants open on this night.