The next installment in Scion A/V’s monthly concert series titled The Scion Rock Show is Oct. 30 at The Satellite with Canadian power-duo Indian Handcrafts, Memphis’ Dirty Streets and psych-heavy record-spinners LSDJs.
The newly announced performances continue Scion A/V’s commitment to providing music lovers with access to the most buzzed about newcomers as well as legendary icons through a wide ranging group of live performances, free downloads, sponsored tours, exclusive interviews and the annual Scion Rock Fest. As an added bonus, a commemorative 7-inch featuring August’s Scion Rock Show participants, Fu Manchu and Moab, will be available in limited supply at the show.
RSVP via www.scionav.com/rockshow (no admittance without an RSVP). Guests must be 21+ to attend.
About Scion A/V:
Scion A/V is a creative enterprise of Scion devoted to the discovery, nurture, funding and distribution of compelling music and arts programming. Scion A/V has created and championed projects for over 100 underground musical artists, supported tours and special events, created film documentaries, curated art installations, and produced a collection of ‘zines. In addition,
Scion A/V executes the annual Scion Music(less) Music Conference and operates seven broadband radio stations via Scion Streaming Radio. For more information, visit ScionAV.com.
Scion, from Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., was developed with a new generation of youthful buyers in mind. Scion’s mission is to provide distinctive products, the opportunity to personalize, and an innovative, consumer-driven process at the retail level. The brand features five groundbreaking models with a wide array of standard features: the xD urban subcompact five-door, the iconic xB urban utility vehicle, the tC sports coupe, the premium micro-subcompact iQ and the FR-S rear-wheel drive sports car. The Scion brand often applies new practices in all aspects of its business and pushes the creativity envelope with non-traditional advertising and marketing to engage young consumers. Scion also supports originality through its programs in the artistic community. For more information, visit Scion.com.