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September 21, 2017

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Bobby & Plucky from The Warlocks present Club UFO a free show of new music and stellar talent live at Harvard & Stone every 3rd thursday.. Magic Wands 11:00 pm Dream pop duo Magic Wands formed in Nashville as a collaboration between Dexy and Chris Valentine. After managing a long-distance relationship, Dexy eventually relocated from Los Angeles to join Chris in Nashville where the band initially took shape with the release of their Blondie-esque debut single “Teenage Love” in 2008. During their cross-country courting period, an actual magic wand was gifted through the mail inspiring the band’s name. That same year, the two song Black Magic/Kaleidoscope Hearts single was released on London indie Ark Recordings. The band eventually struck a deal in the U.S. with California label Bright Antenna who released their Magic Love & Dreams EP in 2009. The following year their track “Warrior” was remixed by British indie pop group the xx and soon Magic Wands had relocated back to the West Coast, settlind down in Los Angeles. Their debut album, Aloha Moon, finally arrived in 2012 to considerable acclaim, raising their profile and landing them opening slots for acts like the Black Keys, the Jesus and Mary Chain, and the Kills. Expanding their lineup to include a live rhythm section, Magic Wands returned in early 2016 with their sophomore LP, Jupiter. Sun Blood Stories 10:15pm “High desert rockers Sun Blood Stories continuously entrance audiences w/ their psychedelic musical journeys. Their newest album, Twilight Midnight Morning, has received much praise… Prepare yourself for the emotional moments caught in Sun Blood Stories web by listening to Twilight Midnight Morning and don’t miss their hypnotic live performance…” –Treefort Music Festival The Pleasure Routine 9:30pm After three intriguing singles Oakland (CA) sextet THE PLEASURE ROUTINE just released their debut album SUGAR MOUNTAIN. A highly moody body of work dealing with the never-ending struggle of/for life, broken relationships, human tragedies and the hop