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Ultra Violent Rays release new single "Vegas"

Darkwave-influenced duo Ultra Violent Rays are further expanding their sound with their latest single "Vegas". The track's esoteric dub passages and wobbly synth loops are more of an open admission from their previous single "Voyeur", which recoiled into an ominous dark corner with its sinister piano strokes and monolithic drum hits. The duo will be playing a show at The Golden Box on March 11. 

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The Hangover Brigade, Vela Eyes, Tall Sheep, Ultra Violent Rays - Monarch TONIGHT

Tonight, the Monarch brings a line up of bands that include some amazing female fronted bands! The Hangover Brigade brings a jam band feel that brings out lead singer, Tawnee Kendall’s power-driven vocal capabilities. Their song, “Any Way I Can Get It”, brings out the talent of the band, and their music is an experience itself that captivates the listener in a trance and doesn’t let go. Vela Eyes has a much more shoegaze punk feel to their sound which incorporates inspiration from new wave and classic rock acts. Their song, “Witches”, starts off heavy, with a more post-punk feel, but quickly switches to a more poppy and melodic sound. Tall Sheep, with their distorted bass, melodic pop guitars, and delayed vocals, bring a nice twist to the classic “indie” genre. Their song, “Run”, has a 80s new wave nostalgic feel that has a modern dream indie pop feel. The Ultra Violent Rays bring heavy bass, a mix of multi-genre elements, and mystifying vocals to the line up. Their track, “Love Addicts”, even incorporates some record scratching in the beginning of the song that is entirely dreamy and Goth-reminiscent.

Be sure to head out to the Monarch tonight, and catch some amazing the Bay Area based female fronted bands! -Victor Casillas Valle

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