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Space Pizza

New Space Pizza EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Space Pizza just released a five-song self-titled EP. Taking a bite into the infectious, chilled-out grooves and veering into guitar-guided sprints amid the melody, one can't help but become enthused. These songs are inherently loose and catchy with slight psych-pop stylings and a carefree nature. In the midst of winter’s grip, you can stay in, relax and press play.

Rip Into the Stratosphere w/Space Pizza at Ortlieb's Oct. 20

Loose comfort with a tendency to reach out there in a playful/powerful flex of intensity, that’s what Space Pizza tastes like in your ears. Instinctive, velcro-jangling rock with lyrics that often drop pretense in accordance with embracing the joy; the music instantly adheres in a casual, memorable manner. However, the quartet’s lighthearted aesthetic doesn’t come at the expense of instrumentation, as somewhat goofy lyrical snippets are escalated by ability to lockdown into a deep instrumental groove and rip into the stratosphere. Tonight, they’re paired with the wandering-folk stoner exploits of Sam Perduta (of Elison Jackson). While a pair of Brooklyn bands in the countrified-cosmic jams of Morning Martyrs and the rollin' & rumblin' folk rock of The Ferdy Mayne stitch this showcase at Ortlieb’s together. Ortlieb’s, 847 N. 3rd St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita


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