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Mystery Machines

Mystery Machines

Punk / Grunge / Garage Gig Harbor, WA  US
Vlad Putin
Vlad Putin


Mystery Machines- "Meth"


  • Sat

    Jun 13

    Gig Harbor, WA, US | 2:00pm

    This year marks the introduction of the very first annual SolFest music festival held in Gig Harbor, Washington at the Harbor History Museum. Saturday, June 13th 2-10pm During those hours the following bands will take the stage: Heads out the Window Rokkerbox Mystery Machines Hollers Fab3 Alejandro Fleites Jessica Lynne Blues Redemption In addition to these local talents, various community businesses and organizations will be in attendance to promote the Gig Harbor community. Spirits/Beer Garden Featuring Heritage Distilling Company, Inc and 7 Seas Brewing Co. Food from JW, the Thai Hut, and the Gourmet Burger Shop will be available for purchase.

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Sounds Like: *Black Flag*, Nirvana, Mudhoney

Bio: Four gentleman emerged from the depths of Gig Harbor. Tired of the way things were going, they formed into the grunge super-group known as Mystery Machines. From that point on they pledged to always rock socks, never make Scooby Doo references, and to, of course, stay groovy.
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Mystery Machines has a show on 03/28/2015 at 06:30 PM @ The Gig Spot in Gig Harbor, WA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5pd2h0 #concert


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Q: So I played you guys for my dad the other day and he was like, "They sound like The Ramones!", and that kinda made me wonder what your biggest musical influences are. Who are they? -KidFromYakima

A: We have a huge amount of personal influenes like r&b and metal and old school punk and stuff, but our sound is really formed around the idea of 70's and 80's LA hardcore bands like Black Flag and the Germs, mixed with the grosser noises of the Olympia/larger Washington grunge scene of the 90's. We like KARP and Mudhoney a lot.

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