Unregistered Nurse

9.4 Ottobar Upstairs
Vaniish
Extended Release
Drone Theory

Plus DJ Matty Pants playing Deathrock all night


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9.18 Windup Space
Gooch Palms
TBA


10.3& 10.4 Ottobar
U+Nfest 3!!!
Night Birds
Screaming Females
Ausmuteants
Nothing
Chain and the Gang
Ed Schrader's Music Beat
Angel Du$t
Amanda X
Downtown Boys
Sam Coffey and the Iron Lungs
Big Mouth
Wume
Give
Sex Jams
Natural Velvet
+ more TBA!

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($13/ day, $20 for both!)

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Tomorrow at Golden West, your wait is over! See King Tuff + get the new record. Hopefully he brings the poodle.

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CONFIRMED! 10/24
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**FREE SHOW!!!!!**JACUZZI BOYS (Hardly Art Records/ Hozac/ Florida’s Dying, Miami… MYSPACE)
with guests TBAat The Talking Head at Sonar All ages// 10:30pm// free$The  Jacuzzi Boys are guitarist/vocalist Gabriel Alcala, drummer Diego  Monasterios, and bassist Danny Gonzalez, three dudes from South Florida,  bright as neon and fun as hell. After forming the band in 2007 and  accruing a handful of 45s, the group released the LP No Seasons on  Florida’s Dying (located in nearby Orlando, FL) in 2009. Now, in 2011,  we have Glazin’ – their second full-length, and the first for Hardly  Art.…Crisp hand claps, tambourine shake, zip gun guitar and  sneaky lazer keys are all here, alongside rolling bass lines, the  sharp-snap drums of the unshakable Jacuzzi Boys’ sound, and Alcala’s  cool, breezy vocals winding through it all. The trio offers up 10 new  tracks of outré power pop, occasionally roaming into surf territory  (“Lebras and Zebras”) as well as some heavy metallic glitter (“Silver  Sphere”). Despite having been recorded in Michigan, nearly every track  on Glazin’ circles back to Miami through love ditties about crushing and  glazin’, big anthems dedicated to waiting on a bus, and miniature neon  glam rock opuses about a death dream and erections.While it  conjures images both sweet and sexual, those looking for specific  meaning within the term “glazin’” will be disappointed. When pressed for  details, the band confirmed that there is no concrete definition for  the word. Alcala made it up, and the band instantly knew what he meant  by it. It could be a state of mind, it could be a way of life, it could  be about sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll. However it is meant to be taken,  with any luck, Glazin’ will soon become synonymous with Miami: “The Gun  Club and X are so L.A., and Television is so New York,” says Gonzalez.  “It’s such a part of what makes them who they are, you know? I always  wanted to have a band like that, birthed from its environment.”

CONFIRMED! 10/24

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**FREE SHOW!!!!!**


JACUZZI BOYS (Hardly Art Records/ Hozac/ Florida’s Dying, Miami… MYSPACE)


with guests TBA
at The Talking Head at Sonar


All ages// 10:30pm// free$



The Jacuzzi Boys are guitarist/vocalist Gabriel Alcala, drummer Diego Monasterios, and bassist Danny Gonzalez, three dudes from South Florida, bright as neon and fun as hell. After forming the band in 2007 and accruing a handful of 45s, the group released the LP No Seasons on Florida’s Dying (located in nearby Orlando, FL) in 2009. Now, in 2011, we have Glazin’ – their second full-length, and the first for Hardly Art.

Crisp hand claps, tambourine shake, zip gun guitar and sneaky lazer keys are all here, alongside rolling bass lines, the sharp-snap drums of the unshakable Jacuzzi Boys’ sound, and Alcala’s cool, breezy vocals winding through it all. The trio offers up 10 new tracks of outré power pop, occasionally roaming into surf territory (“Lebras and Zebras”) as well as some heavy metallic glitter (“Silver Sphere”). Despite having been recorded in Michigan, nearly every track on Glazin’ circles back to Miami through love ditties about crushing and glazin’, big anthems dedicated to waiting on a bus, and miniature neon glam rock opuses about a death dream and erections.

While it conjures images both sweet and sexual, those looking for specific meaning within the term “glazin’” will be disappointed. When pressed for details, the band confirmed that there is no concrete definition for the word. Alcala made it up, and the band instantly knew what he meant by it. It could be a state of mind, it could be a way of life, it could be about sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll. However it is meant to be taken, with any luck, Glazin’ will soon become synonymous with Miami: “The Gun Club and X are so L.A., and Television is so New York,” says Gonzalez. “It’s such a part of what makes them who they are, you know? I always wanted to have a band like that, birthed from its environment.”

Confirmed! 3/26 

FERGUS & GERONIMO (Sub Pop, Hardly Art)

http://www.myspace.com/fergusgeronimo

with guests TBA!

get tix http://sonar.thundertix.com/venues/8/events/2706

$7// 10 pm// Golden West

Things that come from Texas are often odd and grand, and this is no exception for Denton’s Fergus & Geronimo. Named after the rival child gang leaders from the 1994 movie War Of The Buttons, their music is at times both focused and loose, and comes from a wide range of unexpected influences. At the core of the group is Jason Kelly and Andrew Savage, who met while Kelly was recording and mixing a record for Teenage Cool Kids, a band started by Savage. During that four month process of recording, Kelly and Savage bonded over music, the creative process of recording, and the possibility of having a band that draws from a variety of sources. Black and Chicano doo-wop, the energy and atmosphere of classic soul, the precise control of Frank Zappa, psychedelia, and a thought to nearly everything in between. “Sparks is a pretty big influence – not just musically, but the way that band operates,” Savage adds. “It is two guys making weird music with no other agenda than being creative and surprising, and that’s what I want this band to be. That band is a great example of a group that makes no compromises for creativity.”

Unlearn is the group’s first full-length after releasing a handful of singles on various labels over the past two years. Kelly admits to being “very excited and proud” that the record will be released on Hardly Art. Unlearn is an 11-track history lesson on the world of popular music with lush R&B harmonies, authentic rock and roll energy, and a fair share of experimentation. “On this record especially we got into a lot of backmasking and pitch control. But no real rules, it’s kind of anything goes,” Savage notes. Both members share writing duties and play and sing everything on the record, with the exception of Elyse Schrock’s vocals on the title track, and Casey Carpenter and Monet Robbins on flute and sax, respectively. “We went out of our way to treat every song as its own and to give each song different tones and atmosphere,” says Kelly. This concept pays off like a jackpot, with each song as a unique piece of a patchwork quilt that fits all of the sounds and styles together like a brilliant puzzle. Unlearn at times sounds old and at times new, but always authentic and informed.

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