Sounds Like: Queens of the Stone Age, Deep Purple (1968-1976), Eagles Of Death Metal
Bio: Assembled in the cool confines of a basement deep below the streets of East Vancouver. Their tight, unique sound is reminiscent of early 90s alt rock with a strong 60s and 70s influence and has been described as “the rock child of Queens of the Stone Age, The Cult, and The Doors.”More Info
http://www.facebook.com/events/199298340193324/ *** THE BEST REVENGE : Lemme tell you about a scrappy little punk band from Vancouver called The Best Revenge. They specialize in a certain brand of fist-pumping, floor-thumping rock that most people thought died out when the hipsters crashed the party. They’re no one trick pony. From the gutter-disco anthem “She Talks to Ghosts” to the new-wave croon of “Letters From Japan” to the suicidal call to arms of “Young Nihilists’ Gun Club”, The Best Revenge have got more variety in their catalogue than a con man’s got sob stories. https://www.facebook.com/bestrevenge *** LA CHINGA : Stone Age, Deep Shag, T Top, Boogie Rock, Voodoo Got Power Trio! https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003652277842 *** LIGHTBULB VAPORIZER : Some of the most original, grooving, unpredictable improvisation you'll ever see!
Late show: http://www.facebook.com/ferdy.belland?sk=info Join Ferdy Belland as he celebrates his birthday with an unforgettable evening of wild-ass live entertainment, featuring some of Vancouver's best bands! FERDY BELLAND has been making much of a not-so-quiet name for himself as a modern-day Renaissance Man in the Vancouver music community. He's a gifted bassist with those hard-rocking degenerates known as the Belushis, as well as the psychedelic folk stalwarts The Gentle Infidels, and he can pull off a The credible John Deacon impersonation with local Queen tribute Stone Cold Crazy (and you probably saw him back in the day playing with either The Feminists, Anger Power Fury and the Filth, Duvallstar, Sister Sabbath, Parallel Lines, Vancouver Nights or the Skeleton Kings). He's a talented wordsmith whose insightfully positive journalism was found in the pages of Terminal City, The Nerve and the Skinny. And he had the balls to sport a long ponytail when it just wasn't cool at all. So here he is, celebrating his 41st birthday in ageless rock'n'roll style at the mighty Railway Club. Buy him a beer or something!
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