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you happened to catch Magic Bullets on our last episode of Backseat Beat, in which these charming men chatted us up about vibrators, Spam burritos (not a euphemism) and cock with wine (we’ll let you decide if that’s a euphemism). Their interview left us with some steamy windows and way more naughty bits than we could fit into one episode, as you can see in the reel of choice outtakes above.

Then again, maybe you missed the episode because your stupid family forgot your 16th birthday because your older sister was getting married on the same day and you were too mopey to spend any time on the interwebs. Well, lucky for you, you can still watch it here:

Backseat Beat Episode 7: Magic Bullets

And since it’s a given that the world would be a much better place if we could all teleport back to the heyday of sparkling 80s guitar pop, here’s the complete video of Magic Bullets’ seriously infectious song “A Day Not So Far Off.” Enjoy.

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Episode 7: Magic Bullets

January 5th, 2011

Backseat Beat Episode 7: Magic Bullets from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

When it sometimes feels like every other band in our fair foggy town is doing their best to mine obscure 60s garage nuggets in a bald attempt to please the PBR-toting scenester crowds, it’s more than a little refreshing to find a band that draws its influences from an entirely different era. And if that band rocks the dirty, striped athletic socks off the same crowds with, of all things, witty and infectiously danceable, new-wave influenced pop music, well then, it’s even more impressive.

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But we digress. Magic Bullets isn’t about to start any bar fights, but they might have turned you into a giggly mess if you bumped into any of them at a record shop back in high school. They’re also the happiest band of back seat bullshitters you’ll ever meet. When we get a band in the back seat, we like a little sweet to go along with the salty talk. And with Magic Bullets we got a whole lot of both. Kind of like your garden variety Mountain Dew marinated Spam burrito… WTF, you say? Watch, and all will be revealed.

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Episode 6: Ash Reiter

December 9th, 2010

Backseat Beat Episode 6: Ash Reiter from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

At this point, we pretty much assume that a given Backseat Beat shoot is going to involve some kind of risk to person or property. Since our shoot with indie pop outfit Ash Reiter dawned sunny and clear as a bell, we settled on a picturesque kind of danger — the risk of bodies and equipment tumbling from atop a bunch of craggy boulders down to the floor of a canyon tucked into a fold of the urban landscape. Sweet!

After carefully cramming four people, a drum kit, amps, and mike stands onto a rock perched above a craggy slope, we deduced that Ash Reiter is a) not afraid of heights, b) unfazed by massive amounts of poison oak, and c) has a good enough sense of balance that she can rock out without losing her footing. Apparently, the potential negative consequences of playing live over the edge of a canyon doesn’t ruffle a band that has spent hairy nights in their van, bathing in scummy ponds, subsisting on cream dogs and 12-egg omelets while on the road. Ash Reiter is kind of hardcore, in their own gentle way.

Backseat Beat Exclusive: Ash Reiter performs Ishi from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

Backseat Beat Exclusive: Ash Reiter performs Français from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

The weather was insanely beautiful for November, no one fell off the cliff, no one (except for Jaime) got poison oak, and the band played their songs perfectly without attracting the attention of the police. We weren’t disappointed that everything went off without a hitch — but things went so smoothly it almost didn’t seem like a Backseat Beat shoot. Much to our surprise, while loading out the gear, we discovered that Scott, the bassist, wasn’t actually in the band, and had only been enlisted the day before to fill in for Mike, who couldn’t make it. Major kudos to Ash, Will, Drew, and Scott for pulling off that little last minute switcheroo. We couldn’t tell they hadn’t been playing together for years. Take a look and see for yourself.

—Dana Goldberg

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Episode 5: Still Flyin’

November 11th, 2010

Backseat Beat Episode 5 – Still Flyin’ from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

It was supposed to be a joke—a fake reggae band backed by a stage full of nonmusicians drinking beer on couches. But somehow, along the way, the joke band became a living breathing organism, which itself became an unholy cross between a party band supergroup and an international exchange program.

Still Flyin may be the only band in the world for which a) you’ll never see the same line up twice, and b) it doesn’t matter because regardless of how many people are playing which instruments, you’ll be dancing your butt off. In most bands, if someone splits, it’s a crisis. But when your band resembles a Cecil B. DeMille epic, with a cast of thousands and a core lineup that overlaps with more stellar bands than we have space to name check here, you’re guaranteed to bust a block every time.

What’s their secret? We don’t know, but being possibly the most flexible, laid-back bunch of people ever can’t hurt. Today’s episode was a potential disaster — gusting winds and

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Backseat Beat Exclusive: Still Flyin’ perform All Lips Touch from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

Backseat Beat Exclusive: Still Flyin’ perform Strength from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

The inclement weather brought Oakland’s power grid to its knees and resulted in their show being cancelled at the last minute, but the Volvo soldiered on like a champ, undeterred by the specter of causing all of our deaths by electrocution. There must have been something in those vegan chocolates, because fueled by little more than them, organic goldfish crackers, and walnuts, the band had us dancing like soggy fools behind the cameras. Shooting in the rain? Sucks. But shooting Still Flyin in the rain? Loved every minute of it.

Still Flyin’s new album, with the working title Business is Casual, will be released in spring of 2011. A compilation with remixes will be released in December or January.

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You get to the end of a crappy week and what do you know? Someone calls you up and says they’re going to screen all four episodes of Backseat Beat at their film festival on Monday!

Yep, all four episodes will screen as part of the GEARS festival at Zeitgeist Bar in San Francisco on Monday, October 25. We’ll be hanging out on the lovely outdoor patio, eating brats and drinking beer, watching Backseat Beat and other excellent shorts. It’s free! Well, the brat and beer aren’t, but the films are.

Come relive the magic — see Moomaw and That Blasted Hound, Camp Out, My First Earthquake, and the Downer Party get down and dirty with us in the back seat this Monday at the Zeitgeist. Backseat Beat screens at 7:30 SHARP!

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Episode 4: The Downer Party

October 14th, 2010

If it’s Friday night and you’re facing a quiet evening at home, perhaps playing Farmville while finishing off the cold second half of the burrito you bought for lunch, then the Downer Party would be the perfect soundtrack. The perfect soundtrack, that is, to burn your ears off with hook-laden tales of whiskey-soaked debauchery, and to propel you off your fucking couch and into that loud dive bar you’ve been meaning to go to but haven’t yet because it’s on top of a hill and you only have that stupid fixie.

In addition to having the best band name ever in the history of rock, the Downer Party have been busy recording, playing “an extended tour… of the Bay Area” (including in swank venues like the Academy of Sciences), and plotting to break laws in several other urban areas next year. Elementary school music teacher, singer, and resident hellcat Sierra Frost writes

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As an extra-special bonus, we’re including not one but two Backseat Beat exclusives along with episode 4. Take a peek at the full videos of both songs performed by the Downer Party in this week’s episode.

Not to damage their reputation, but the Downer Party couldn’t have been sweeter or more polite during our shoot. The songs in episode 4 will be lodged in your head for days (see above). Enjoy — and while you’re at it, take a moment to like us on Facebook, and while you’re there, leave a few kind words for the latest addition to Backseat Beat, Jaime Lee Currier.

— Dana Goldberg

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Episode 11: The SHE’S, part 2

October 11th, 2010

After a hard year of acing chemistry, we’re gearing up for summer, digging through our drawers for that bikini we bought last August, maybe a little white lipstick, and our ancient tube of Bain du Soleil. Nothing says summer like kicking back and sipping warm PBR on a blanket

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while picking sand out of your sandwich. Yeah, that does sound nice… Too bad nine days out of ten this summer we’ll be freezing our asses off, wrapped in six layers, knowing there’s no way in hell we’re going to stick one toe in the water at Ocean Beach. But it’s not a total loss — bands like The SHE’S are writing songs that are so perfect for summer, they’ll keep us warm while we’re holed up in our apartments, fighting back the fog.

Summer vacation is nice and all, but it’s not the only thing on The SHE’S minds. In part 2 of episode 11, The SHE’S discuss braces, Yoda, and their fans. The also wanted us to tell you that they’ll play your quinceañera… just don’t bring up the word queso, okay?

In case you missed it (where the hell were you, at prom or something lame like that?), you can watch part 1 of episode 11 here. And don’t forget to check out the full video of The SHE’S playing “Picture of Houses,” their homage to San Francisco’s Victorian and stucco-studded hills. Trust us—a little electric mandolin will do a fog-chilled body good.

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October 11th, 2010

Now, we don’t know about you, but back in high school we didn’t have a lot of experience with filled-out rich bitch popularity queens, jocks in corvettes, or vaguely racist portrayals of exchange students. When we were 16, our main priorities in life were pretending we already knew how to smoke cigarettes and trying to seduce our  junior year crush with some strategically requested Color Me Badd at our birthday party. We just kind of figured everyone’s high school experience was like that, until we heard that not only have The SHE’S already played the same crappy dive bars we’ve played, and not only have they already played venues we could only dream about playing, like the Fillmore, but that they’re also only 16, for chrissakes.

Sitting back and watching The SHE’S tear it up for us—cool, talented, nailing their performance like a bunch of old pros—it was impossible to think that these girls are actually in high school the same way that we were once in high school. They seemed more like those larger-than-life teens in every John Hughes movie (never mind that the Brat Pack were all actually in their 20s, headed for NA, and had divorced their parents). It was a complete head trip. When you interview Watts, you don’t expect her to say she’s kind of shy in school and that she digs watching Star Trek with her mom after doing her math homework.

So what if The SHE’S are skipping their prom? Somebody’s gotta kick ass at the battle of the bands, wiping the floor with peachfuzz-toting wannabe rockers who think owning a sparkly instrument means you can’t play it. Hey jerk, haven’t you seen Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains? I didn’t think so. It was only five years ago that The SHE’S were microwaving gummi worms at slumber parties for fun. We can only imagine what the next five years will bring. Hey ladies, maybe you can buy us a drink then.

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Backseat Beat Episode 10: Hate Factory, part 2 from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

Hate Factory is like that pajama party gone bad — you know the one. It starts out innocently enough, with hair braiding and prank calls.

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Backseat Beat Exclusive: Hate Factory perform “Fall Through the Night” from Brad Robertson on Vimeo.

Part 2 of our episode finds the ladies of Hate Factory… well, you’re going to have to read between the lines on this one. Something about boogers, platonic licking, and an impromptu Malvina Reynolds tribute. Sweet, messy, and not entirely devoid of nutritional value. Hate Factory is like a batch of backroom, bathtub-brewed hooch organic chocolates — dangerously addictive.

Want info on Hate Factory’s killer EP, Tecatepocalypse? Yep, we thought so.

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A pair of lady roommates strumming ukuleles and harmonizing sweetly on neo-thirties love songs — what could be more innocent than that? As it turns out, pretty much anything. Don’t be fooled by the doe eyes. Hate Factory turned out to be our girls-gone-wildest ride yet. But then again what do you expect from a back seat full of girls who subscribe to the bonobo school of conflict resolution?

Apparently the Downer Party’s Sierra Frost doesn’t just have a knack for crafting sick band names, she also has a gift for routinely attracting ass-kicking bandmates. She and Katelyn Sullivan are like the angelic babysitters you’re happy to leave your kids with, only to come home at midnight to find they’ve relieved your medicine cabinet of that expired bottle of Tylenol with codeine, helped themselves to the dusty bottle of brandy hidden behind the cereal boxes in the pantry, and racked up your cable bill watching the Jenna Jameson retrospective on demand after tucking the rugrats into bed.

Hanging out with Hate Factory was a little like drinking in the gutter on Tin Pan Alley, chugging a concoction of equal parts 1970s women’s consciousness raising group and friendship bracelets, with a stiff shot of Howard Stern. By the end of our shoot not only were we willing to overlook that cable bill, but Brad was menstruating. We don’t like you, Hate Factory. We love you.

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