Not much is known about Death Valley Girls. It's part of their allure;
shrouded in mysterious overtones and a ghoulish blend of bluesy psychedelia and '60s garage fuzz.
Death Valley Girls are proto-punks of the modern age; so raw that their sound seems inspired by the 'caveman rock' of the Troggs.
Their debut "Street Venom" (Burger Records) doesn't seem to fit any neatly constructed genre; it's stripped-down rock 'n' roll with epic compositions that venture into trippy acid rock territory.
Death Valley Girls...the rebellious spirit of a motorcycle gang on the run.
Jul 27 - Los Angeles, CA - The Echo (Part Time Punks) ^
Aug 16 - Los Angeles, CA - Echo Park Rising
Aug 31 - North Folk, CA - Bandit Town Allnight Campout
Sep 30 - Los Angeles CA - Echo *
Oct 4 - Joshua Tree CA - Babes Rideout 2014
Oct 7 - San Diego CA - Casbah #
Oct 8 - Los Angeles CA - Bootleg Theatre #
Oct 10 - San Francisco CA - Bottom of the Hill #
Oct 11 - Portland OR - Dante's #
Oct 12 - Seattle WA - The Tractor #
^ w/ Majik Markers
* w/ La Luz
# w/ Shonen Knife
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