Originating from Riverside, this group's music proudly boasts a sea of synthesizer sounds resonating side by side with drum machine beats and occasional vocals that effectively transfer a psychedelic energy from musicians to listener. This four piece, ominously called The Family Doom, openly name '90s shoegaze as an inspiration and are ever-present in their delivery of lo-fi electronic pop. Listening to their music will undoubtedly conjure up familiarity to other bands that employ heavy synthesizer in their songs, but the lo-fi quality of The Family Doom's tunes never takes away from its soulful vibes. The Family Doom plays the Copper Door tonight with Seeking Ever, Habitat, The Human Machine, and Parted.
Tue., July 29, 9 p.m., 2014