LA's Cherry Glazerr put their money where their mouth is at the Social


They’re actually named after a real person (a vamped-up riff on SoCal NPR morning anchor Chery Glaser), and they’re the brainchild of 19-year-old rocker Clementine Creevy, whose own name is almost as evocative. Most importantly, this Los Angeles band is on the rise. With gathering momentum and music that pumps with young feminist pulse (a dollar of each ticket sold goes to Planned Parenthood), they’re resembling a nascent juggernaut. In the few years since forming in high school, they’ve already gone from an open-ended garage-punk act on Burger Records to a heftier, more pointed rock band with their new album on Secretly Canadian, Apocalipstick. But with the added worth of the textured, angular dream of Hardly Art band Ian Sweet and the perfectly moody bummer punk of Chicago’s Lala Lala, this is one of those loaded bills worth the whole ride.

with Ian Sweet, Lala Lala | 7 p.m. Monday, March 27 | The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave. | 407-246-1419 | | $13


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