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7.21 Holy Frijoles
$$$ FREE SHOW $$$
We Are Hex
Mind/ Glow
Curse

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7.29 Sidebar
Total Abuse
Sexgender
Sean Seaton


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7.30 Windup Space
Joy Classic
Civil Union (NZ)
Boyspit

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8.3 Ottobar Upstairs
G. Green
Lexington Arrows
Winter Bear
TBA


8.11 Holy Frijoles
$$ FREE SHOW $$
Mother's Children
TBA


8.27 Ottobar Upstairs
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10.3& 10.4 Ottobar
U+Nfest 3 Details coming soon!





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6.13 at The Gold Bar
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Garage punx rager!
SICK THOUGHTS (Bmore teens)AR-KAICS (RVA 60s-style garage)MR. ELEVATOR AND THE BRAIN HOTEL (LA garage on BURGER RECORDS)FLESH WOUNDS (NC garagepunk)WET BRAIN (Bmore punk/surf/crust)Doors & pre-show happy hour at 8pmShow starts at 9pm$8

6.13 at The Gold Bar

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Garage punx rager!


SICK THOUGHTS (Bmore teens)

AR-KAICS (RVA 60s-style garage)

MR. ELEVATOR AND THE BRAIN HOTEL (LA garage on BURGER RECORDS)

FLESH WOUNDS (NC garagepunk)


WET BRAIN (Bmore punk/surf/crust)


Doors & pre-show happy hour at 8pm
Show starts at 9pm
$8

CONFIRMED! 3.21 at The Gold Bar++ Click the picture to RSVP!! ++
BURNT ONES (SF noisey garage pop on Burger/ Castleface Records) RAW MCCARTNEY (psych punk from Indianapolis)GOLDEN GURLS (bmore pop)+1Doors & pre-show hhr @ 9Bands @ 10

CONFIRMED! 3.21 at The Gold Bar
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BURNT ONES (SF noisey garage pop on Burger/ Castleface Records) 

RAW MCCARTNEY (psych punk from Indianapolis)

GOLDEN GURLS (bmore pop)

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Doors & pre-show hhr @ 9
Bands @ 10

CONFIRMED! 11.19 at Ottobar
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SHANNON & THE CLAMS (Hardly Art/ Burger Records)
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with TBA9pm/ $10Ticket link coming soon!////////////////////////////////////from Pitchfork;Shannon and the ClamsDreams in the Rat House7.1Shannon & the Clams: “Rip Van Winkle” (via SoundCloud)Oakland trio Shannon and the Clams have a broad musical vocabulary that belies their simple, trad setup. Their sound contains lo-fi’s distorted treble, the gruff tumble of rockabilly, the soaring heights of R&B balladry, and the weirdness of mid-60s psychedelia. Their albums have the feel of a freeform AM station whose DJs and programmers get their jollies from being gleefully unpredictable, the kind that wouldn’t think twice about following up a tender oldie like “Oh Louie” with a punkabilly romp called “Cat Party”.Songwriters Shannon Shaw and Cody Blanchard frequently switch duties as lead singer, sometimes within the same song, which is testament to both their differences and the clarity of their shared vision. (…)Dreams in the Rat House combines elements of their debut, I Wanna Go Home (particularly the off-the-cuff hijinks and threadbare fidelity), with the songwriting focus of their great second effort, Sleep Talk. Songs like “If I Could Count” and “The Rabbit’s Nose” toy with complex melody and song structure while exhibiting the fine art of making it all look easy. “Rip Van Winkle” takes a generations-old fable and turns it into a monologue from a heart-struck woman waiting for a lover to return to her, and has a glittery lead guitar part and a soaring chorus that combine to far more than the sum of its parts. In the number of years they’ve played together, Shaw and Blanchard have learned how to disassemble the parts and rebuild them in a way that sounds both classic and wild at the same time.But their chief attribute is how fun their songs sound. They can do sinister, ghastly garage-punk like the Mummies (“Bed Rock”) or throw faux-ghoulish noises that suggest parody but never cross that line (“Rat House”) without coming across as a novelty act. Blanchard and Shaw are dedicated enough to songcraft to the extent that it’s evident they’re not just fucking around.One common misconception about certain corners of garage rock is that there’s a lack of serious-mindedness among its proponents. But there’s a broad line between having a good time and making a joke out of something. When Shannon and the Clams pull out a ballad as affecting as “Unlearn”, it becomes apparent that they’re just as good at tugging heartstrings as cackling after tracking those googly noises in “Rat House”. When they craft a goodbye as poignant in its simplicity as “I Know”, it’s like Shaw and Blanchard know you’re going to realize you’ve underestimated the emotional resonance of their songwriting. And that’s when they know they’ve got you hooked.

CONFIRMED! 11.19 at Ottobar

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SHANNON & THE CLAMS (Hardly Art/ Burger Records)

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9pm/ $10
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from Pitchfork;

Shannon and the Clams
Dreams in the Rat House
7.1

Shannon & the Clams: “Rip Van Winkle” (via SoundCloud)
Oakland trio Shannon and the Clams have a broad musical vocabulary that belies their simple, trad setup. Their sound contains lo-fi’s distorted treble, the gruff tumble of rockabilly, the soaring heights of R&B balladry, and the weirdness of mid-60s psychedelia. Their albums have the feel of a freeform AM station whose DJs and programmers get their jollies from being gleefully unpredictable, the kind that wouldn’t think twice about following up a tender oldie like “Oh Louie” with a punkabilly romp called “Cat Party”.
Songwriters Shannon Shaw and Cody Blanchard frequently switch duties as lead singer, sometimes within the same song, which is testament to both their differences and the clarity of their shared vision. (…)
Dreams in the Rat House combines elements of their debut, I Wanna Go Home (particularly the off-the-cuff hijinks and threadbare fidelity), with the songwriting focus of their great second effort, Sleep Talk. Songs like “If I Could Count” and “The Rabbit’s Nose” toy with complex melody and song structure while exhibiting the fine art of making it all look easy. “Rip Van Winkle” takes a generations-old fable and turns it into a monologue from a heart-struck woman waiting for a lover to return to her, and has a glittery lead guitar part and a soaring chorus that combine to far more than the sum of its parts. In the number of years they’ve played together, Shaw and Blanchard have learned how to disassemble the parts and rebuild them in a way that sounds both classic and wild at the same time.
But their chief attribute is how fun their songs sound. They can do sinister, ghastly garage-punk like the Mummies (“Bed Rock”) or throw faux-ghoulish noises that suggest parody but never cross that line (“Rat House”) without coming across as a novelty act. Blanchard and Shaw are dedicated enough to songcraft to the extent that it’s evident they’re not just fucking around.
One common misconception about certain corners of garage rock is that there’s a lack of serious-mindedness among its proponents. But there’s a broad line between having a good time and making a joke out of something. When Shannon and the Clams pull out a ballad as affecting as “Unlearn”, it becomes apparent that they’re just as good at tugging heartstrings as cackling after tracking those googly noises in “Rat House”. When they craft a goodbye as poignant in its simplicity as “I Know”, it’s like Shaw and Blanchard know you’re going to realize you’ve underestimated the emotional resonance of their songwriting. And that’s when they know they’ve got you hooked.




CONFIRMED! 10.10
++CLICK THE PICTURE TO RSVP!! ++COLLEEN GREEN (Hardly Art/ Burger Records)CLICKWHITE FANG (420)CLICKTHE MEMORIES (Burger Records)CLICK+1 TBA $7/ 10pmat Ottobar Upstairs
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    COLLEEN GREEN (Hardly Art/ Burger Records)
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    WHITE FANG (420)
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    THE MEMORIES (Burger Records)
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    +1 TBA 

    $7/ 10pm
    at Ottobar Upstairs

CONFIRMED! 7.31++ CLICK THE PICTURE TO RSVP!! ++ 
 NATURAL CHILD (Burger Records/ Infinity Cat, from Nashville)CLICK DINOS BOYS (ATL punk on Die Slaughterhaus)CLICK RAVAGERS (Baltimore punk on Cricket Cemetery)CLICK +TBA 9pm / $8

CONFIRMED! 7.31
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NATURAL CHILD (Burger Records/ Infinity Cat, from Nashville)
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DINOS BOYS (ATL punk on Die Slaughterhaus)
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RAVAGERS (Baltimore punk on Cricket Cemetery)
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+TBA

9pm / $8

CONFIRMED! 7.12
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LA LUZ (Burger Records/ Suicide Squeeze.)CLICK ANDREW CEDERMARK (mem. Titus Andronicus, )CLICK TBA $7/ 10pm

CONFIRMED! 7.12

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LA LUZ (Burger Records/ Suicide Squeeze.)
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ANDREW CEDERMARK (mem. Titus Andronicus, )
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TBA

$7/ 10pm

Flyer by Nolen Strals, click to RSVP

Flyer by Nolen Strals, click to RSVP

CONFIRMED! 6.23
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JUNIPER RISING (Burger Records)CLICK ADAM LEMPEL AND THE HEARTBEATS (Bmore, members of Weekends/ the Matrimonials)CLICK DJS NOLEN STRALS & JESSE “JMO” MORGAN $$$FREE$$$ Doors at 9:30

CONFIRMED! 6.23

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JUNIPER RISING (Burger Records)
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ADAM LEMPEL AND THE HEARTBEATS (Bmore, members of Weekends/ the Matrimonials)
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DJS NOLEN STRALS & JESSE “JMO” MORGAN

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Doors at 9:30

Killer flyer by Ben Higgins, CLICK to RSVP!!

Killer flyer by Ben Higgins, CLICK to RSVP!!

CONFIRMED! 5.5
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Savage Booking & Unregistered Nurse Present; CINCO DE MAYO RAGER AT GW JUST $5!!!!! NIGHT BEATS (Experimental R&B from Seattle)FACEBOOK ADVLTS (Baltimore punk)FACEBOOK PLURALS (ex mem. Buttsteak/ Sick Weapons)BANDCAMP plus Drink specials!! 10pm

CONFIRMED! 5.5

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Savage Booking & Unregistered Nurse Present;

CINCO DE MAYO RAGER AT GW
JUST $5!!!!!

NIGHT BEATS (Experimental R&B from Seattle)
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ADVLTS (Baltimore punk)
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PLURALS (ex mem. Buttsteak/ Sick Weapons)
BANDCAMP

plus Drink specials!!

10pm

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