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Chief Mountain play tight set of punk and surf

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Local punk quartet Chief Mountain are back together and returned with a bang  to the Slice, Sept. 1.

Chief mountain returned to the Slice last week. they will be at the Owl this week as well. Photo by Richard Amery
I missed opening act Yo Bear, but was in time for  the sound check and a hot set from Chief Mountain, who played the best I’ve seen them.

 They played a tight set of garage rock, psychedelic rock and straight ahead punk. They sounded like Forbidden Dimension in places and the Misfits in others.

They channeled Social Distortion in their more punk places. most of their set was originals, but they also added a few obscure covers.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 12 September 2018 14:04 )  
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