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Music community comes out to support Lipinski family

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A sign of a good music community is when they come out to support one of their own in trouble. So a good sized crowd came to the Slice, on a WednJesse Northey playing bass with the New Weather Machine. Photo by Richard Ameryesday night, July 10 to listen to great bands and support Chris Lipinski and Courtney Rode, who lost their house in a fire several weeks ago.

I missed Planet Telex and most of  Lipinski’s band Lustre Creame, but caught an inspirational set of a psychedelic set from local band the Bohemian Cause featured Brenna Lowrie adding organ complementing the psychedelic ’60s feel.

Brenna Lowrie of the Bohemian Cause. Photo by Richard AmeryThey played experimental rock music which highlighted the organ.

The New Weather Machine was up next with another set of energetic, ear blistering experimental  rock. Jon Martin, Jesse Northey, Clayton Smith and Jason Oakes played a solid set as usual.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 July 2013 15:16 )  
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