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It makes sense Jesika von Rabbit is based out of Joshua Tree. Her music is carefree like a hippie mecca should be, but it can also be as alien as the high desert. For a decade, von Rabbit lead the indie-electronic-pop band Gram Rabbit, releasing a handful of successful albums. In 2013, Gram Rabbit went on hiatus, but this didn’t strip von Rabbit of the strange, danceable and eclectic pop she sang for so long.

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Although Gram Rabbit never officially broke up, and still reunite for infrequent shows, Jesika von Rabbit stays busy with her solo career. She released her debut solo album, Journey Mitchell, in 2015 and has been touring on-and-off ever since, performing with bands like The Eagles of Death Metal and Spindrift.


Catch Jesika von Rabbit performing as well as Spindrift at Club Congress. 7 p.m., July, 10. $10.


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Of course as a young girl I knew who The Beatles were but it wasn't until I discovered my parents Sgt. Pepper's record in the basement that I entered a whole new world of knowledge, not only of the eminence of The Beatles but also The Sixties, flower power and psychedelia.

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Jane’s Addiction Nothing's Shocking

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