Student Quartet, The Silhouette Era, Serves Garage Rock on Silver Platter
THE DELI (SAN FRANCISCO) -- San Francisco four-piece The Silhouette Era serves garage rock on a silver platter. Their surfy summer anthem for punks, Waste Me, combines fun, gritty, guitar-driven rock with a notable level of musicianship (two out of four members study music composition at San Francisco State.)
Their music is reckless yet clean, rowdy but with a purpose and perfect for streaming all summer long. The rest of their self-titled EP will be out on June 22, and they will be celebrating with a show at the East Village Coffee Lounge in their hometown of Monterey the next day.