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Springfield we're doin it again! Thanks to everyone who came out last time, the show was a real success. We had a lot of fun and so did yall, so lets do it again and bigger! Live music and art demonstrations ALL NIGHT Plus premier sound and lights featuring two projectors, lasers, color-changing bands, and the beloved fog machine. Located in the classiest wine bar in town with candles, chandeliers, sexy man bartenders, and TWO rooms. So come out again everyone and bring some new friends This is the new Party for Springfield Mo!! help build something special! Springfield knows how to party!! $10 LIVE MUSIC The Gorlons Dad Jr. Gigantic Loogey Clawhammer Matt Skates Reacharounds Beezy The Bruh Animal KVTO Heavy Buffalo Introvert Party *plus* Bar-room featuring Roundhouse DJs and Sleepy Boys LIVE ART DEMONSTRATIONS Kevin Alumno ...and many others
Clawhammer album release show & the KCBF's Sprinfieldian debut!
Sounds Like: Portishead, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The Louvin Brothers, The Rapture, King Tubby
Label: Wee Rock Records
Bio: Clawhammer was formed in March of 2011 by three members of country-blues-punk band The Price of Wood. Crafting a new and unique sound, Clawhammer started using a loop sampler to capture beats and riffs and create songs, live, from scratch ( no pre-recorded samples). Their current sound is an e...See Full Bio
Clawhammer has a show on 11/15/2014 at 08:00 PM @ Q Enoteca Wine Bar in Springfield, MO http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5at7z7 #concert
“This Missouri crew brings in a peculiar combination of influences, melding traditional Ozarkian folk with heavy repetition and breathy vocals for a different sound. “I Think I Heard a Sound” is a foreboding tale which instills a threat of uncertainty, revealing endlessly moody qualities and feelings of paranoia as the track unfolds. Instrumentally the song is driven by loop-heavy banjos and fat, slinky upright bass lines (traditional characteristics of Ozark folk), followed by a gritty shred of noise”
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