Label: Silent City Records, Hooked on Wax
Manager: Pickpocket Productions
Bio: In 2002, The Bad Things were formed out of the ashes of A Midnite Choir, a cult favorite in the, then burdgeoning Seattle underground cabaret scene. Upon the demise of the Choir, Jimmy the Pickpocket and Mad Wilcox began playing new songs on the wet, Seattle sidewalks under the Bad Things monike... See Full BioMore Info
Silent City Productions and Mamma's Cave present The Bad Things - http://thebadthings.com/ The Dolomites - http://dolomitesmuzik.com/ and Jipsea Party - https://www.facebook.com/JipSeaParty At Lo-Fi Performance Gallery - 429 Eastlake Ave, Seattle, WA 98109 http://thelofi.net/ Doors at 8pm. Cover is $8 advanced/$10 day of the show. This event is 21+ with ID. __________________________________________________ Seattle's "Junkyard Cabaret" kings The Bad Things return with old friends The Dolomites (led by accordionist Stevhen Iancu) and Wenatchee's Jipsea Party. Opening the bill are Wenatchee's "Slavic stomp grass" upstarts Jipsea Party, whose members bring together a slew of musical backgrounds in punk rock, delta blues, reggae, metal, blue-grass and even the London Youth Symphony! They create a sound that's one part stomp, one part cabaret, another rock, polka, some sea swayin' shanty and a whole lot of gypsy. In the middle slot are the legendary Dolomites. Formed in 1998 and orginally hailing from Portland, The Dolomites have since been residing and making Roma-inspired noise in Tokyo, Mexico City, San Francisco, New York City and all points inbetween. Iancu has also been a touring member of Gogol Bordello and guest member in Balkan Beat Box, Reverend Glasseye, Gypsyliana, Mad Juana, and Yerba Buena. Closing out the night are The Bad Things. Fresh from the 10th anniversary of their Halloween party Cabaret Macabare and an opening slot with X and The Blasters, The Bad Things are going to grace the Lo-Fi stage for the first time with their unique blend of Americana, Eastern European melodies, kitchen-sink pop, sea shanties and folk punk. Their 5th record is slated for release this spring and summer so expect to hear new Bad Things tunes alongside old drink-along classics!
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