Port St. Lucie-based Sweet Chariots are releasing their CD on Wednesday, and giving copies away at Propaganda for a party that will double as a time warp. "Rock and roll 60 years ago" is the band's self-described genre, and the other two acts, Futurebirds and Bananafish, are practically living homages to a bluesier, jam-bandier past.
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Athens band Futurebirds managed to find the time to hit up not just one but two South Florida locations (Bardot is the other) on their July tour, and their psyched-out country-fied blues is beautiful enough (just listen to the way the flutes transition into the guitar at the beginning of "Red Top Girl") for a few more. Bananafish's rich, echoing, deep-voiced folk appears to have been recorded in a dense forest - with trumpets - and not in Orlando. Check out the Facebook event page for more information and get there before Sweet Chariots runs out of records.
Futurebirds, Bananafish, Sweet Chariots, Now Breathers. 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 7, at Propaganda, 6 S. J Street, Lake Worth.