Good rock’n'roll doesn’t have to have mystical dragons on stage or be independent to be ballsy: it just has to be good. Adios Amigo play good rock’n'roll that also happens to be indie, with hints of country, folk, and Americana to throw people off or bring them in to their folds, and Dos signifies that this is their second release.
This four piece from San Francisco have all the chops of a band who aren’t afraid to show off and share their influences while getting a chance to try a new things in their sound. Their new EP is a cross between… well, let’s just say that if you love pop craftsmanship with all of the trimmings and extra toppings, all without being boastful, Dos is worth seeking.
(You can listen to a song from the EP, called “Chicken”, by heading to PrefixMag.com. If you are in San Francisco, Adios Amigo will be doing a show this Friday (June 1st) on the day of the EP release, which also doubles as a release party for a new album by Annie Bacon & Her OSHEN called Light To See Dark. The concert will also feature performances from My Second Surprise and Al Lover & The Haters. 10 dollar admission includes copies of Adios Amigo’s and Annie Ocean’s new music.)