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March madness brings SLAVES AGAINST THE MACHINE at the Normandie Casino! Along with bands King Me, 30 Dirty Thoughts, singer Alysa and DJ VELOCITY. A whole night of MUSIC, RAGE AND DANCE! ( Ages 21 and Over ) Tentative Schedule: Doors @ 7 King Me @ 8 30 Dirty Thoughts @ 9 Tadeo @ 10 Slaves Against The Machine @ 10:45 DJ Velocity @ Midnight til close
Sounds Like: Green Day, The Offspring, Rise Against, Bowling For Soup, SKA P
Manager: Alseedra Falls (Samson Beaty)
Bio: After a heart-wrenching breakup in 2003, Toronto-born singer Ian Kelk decided to take a month long trip to Mexico to forget his troubles, and was promptly run over by a car in Mexico City. He ended up teaching English with a broken leg, and met guitarist Oskar Villarreal through the English schoo...See Full Bio
“Over the years, most punk bands have moved away from the anti-authoritarian themes and lighter comedic lyrics, but 30 Dirty Thoughts has stayed true to its’ punk roots writing hilarious songs such as “Jenny Got Busted,” “Auto-Tune This! Singing Like a Douchebag,” and “OMGWTFBBQ911.” They even have (gasp!) a song that may or may not be critical of the government, called “Love In The Time of Recession.” Says Kelk, “Jenny Got Busted [a song about a friend getting breast implants] was about a real situation. I walked into a bar to meet my old friend and I literally didn’t recognize her. I mean I saw her, but is that what I look at? Am I that guy? ...She ended up playing the song at her wedding reception and her new husband pretended to take a swing at me.” Their album “Hard Times” is pop punk that reaches back to punk’s comedic roots. And unlike the kind of roots that need color or bleach every four to six weeks, these are nice to see.”