Three albums in, and it seems as if Real Estate are here to stay. The New Jersey band first started shaking things up in Brooklyn’s lofts and warehouse spaces in 2008, and each year has only brought more success since. Listening to them, it’s not hard to hear why people have been turned on to their mix of surf rock, indie rock, and a whole bunch of other things. Their latest album, Atlas, finds them dabbling a bit in Laurel Canyon folk, something that singer Martin Courtney admitted was a influence on the band while making the album. Filtered through their own songwriting style, it becomes something completely different in the hands of Real Estate. Folks in wine country can head to Sonoma to see them play in the California sun. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.