Oakland’s Rose Haze brings their ethereal sonic expressions to LA clubs this week!

Oakland’s Rose Haze is fronted by songwriter Kate Ramsey (vocals & analog synth) with a stellar group of musicians making up the whole of the group: Ruben Gonzales (guitar, and also the group’s producer), Yoko Miyakawa (bass and violin) and Dustin Coker (drums). Their Bandcamp bio describes them as: “Hypnotic dreampop, textural shoegaze, sultry psych rock, ambient musings, soulful expressions”. They have been compared to My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive (by the A&R Factory website) – so shoegaze fans prick up your ears! Also, there is something for dream pop and psych fans to dig into – and anyone who wants to check them out.

This is the week to catch a Rose Haze show at several LA clubs, or go to all the shows!  You can catch them live in dtla, Silver Lake, or Highland Park. And if you’re a lucky NAMM attendee, catch them at the Mellotron Demo before their gig at The Goldfish on Saturday.

Catch them at one (or all) of these clubs:

April 12: The Oracle Tavern, 1640 No. Spring Street, Los Angeles, 90012; 8:00pm, $10, free parking across the street behind 1635 No. Spring Street, and free street parking on Wilhardt Street around the corner (per the Oracle’s website), 21+.

April 13: The Silver Lake Lounge, 2906 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, 90026; 7:00p, $13.60 online or cash only at door (that’s what the SL website says!), street parking, 21+.

April 15: The Goldfish (formerly the Hi Hat), 5043 York Boulevard, Highland Park, 90026; 7:00pm, $11.33 online (that’s what TG website says!), free street parking or public parking lot off of No. Avenue 51; 21+.

website: Rose Haze online

Instagram: Roze Haze on IG

Bandcamp: Rose Haze on Bandcamp

Judy Ornelas Sisneros

About Judy Ornelas Sisneros

I am a native Californian, born and raised in Bakersfield and eventually escaping to San Jose then San Francisco where I spent every free moment in punk and post-punk culture spaces before heading to LA permanently in 1989. I have also spent major time as an AIDS and queer street activist, which today along with my passion for punk/alternative music still informs my personal and social life. I love photography, film and playing punk/post-punk stuff on the bass. My LA Beat contributions are usually photos that give a glimpse into the vibrant art and music scene that makes Los Angeles such an amazing city to live in today.
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