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Flint Eastwood

Formed in in 2010 from sister-brother duo Jax Anderson and Seth Anderson, a.k.a. Syblyng, Flint Eastwood has been described as spaghetti-western, which sure, I guess. But, to us, they sound sort of Pvris and Florence and the Machine. Sort of electronic pop with enough “indie” textures and dynamic to avoid sliding fully into bubble-gum pop. Yeah, it’s sort of weird with some hip-hop moments, but if you’re looking for a refreshingly new vibe Friday night, this show might be your ticket.

Venue Details

  • 502 Bar

    502 Embassy Oaks, Ste 138 San Antonio

    (210) 257-8125; (210) (FAX)

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