Wednesday, July 6, 2011

7/28 Disappears / Psychic Paramount / Moon Women at Johnny Brendas

We've been going through a sort of, Summer hiberation... working on new music. On July 28th we'll be heading out into reality to debut some of said material and grace the stage with two bands that we're really excited to play with. This is going to be an amazing show.

+++ Disappears +++

features members of Chicago's the Ponys, 90 Day Men, and BOAS. Started as a recording project between Brian Case (The Ponys/90 Day Men) and Graeme Gibson (BOAS), Disappears quickly evolved into a functioning band with the addition of Jonathan Van Herik (BOAS) and Damon Carruesco.

Drawing on a combined reverence for reverb, heavy tremelo, distortion, delay and repitition, Disappears play minimal rock music inspired by everything from Krautrock to the Staples Singers to punk to CCR.

Drop the needle, turn up the volume and surrender to the delicious.

+++The Psychic Paramount+++

They make impact a state of being rather than a discrete event. As single-minded as the music may seem at first strike, it exists at higher elevations -- of decibel, intensity, motion, color, temperature -- and spills freely over the walls of genre, magma into new land. It is punk in its fury, noise in its rash extremity, and progressive in form: small-p pro-gress as a verb, progress progress progress, move move move, forward onward upward. An unceasing coiling in and exploding out. The Psychic Paramount is always moving, and you will feel the wind in the hair between your whitening knuckles.

+++ MOON WOMEN +++

After 2 singles (1 tape, 1 vinyl) and only 1 year in existence, Moon
Women have found themselves at the nucleus of Philly's burgeoning Post-Punk scene (Post Post Punk?). This title is both apt and utterly meaningless. They've been likened to bands such as Mission Of Burma, Echo & The Bunnymen, Magazine (whom they've covered) and The Cure but have created a style all their own: Music which is rooted in the exploration of sound as apposed to retro posturing.

Click here for the FB invite

Thu, July 28, 2011
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

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