11:45 - 12:30 Heartless Folks 11:00 - 11:30 - Bat Lords 10:15 - 10:45 The A-bortz 9:30 - 10 Code 7's
the BUSINESS, INCITING RIOTS & the CODE 7'S $10 IN ADVANCE / $12 DAY OF SHOW BUY TICKETS ONLINE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/366354 DOORS: 9 PM / SHOW: 10 PM the BUSINESS: Indisputably synonymous with anyone's recollection of the original surge of the British Oi! movement would have to be South London's working class skinhead heroes, THE BUSINESS. Shrouded in a mess of urban folklore, bombarded with tons of irrelevant controversy, and full of more perseverance than most new bands have in their little finger, THE BUSINESS are still here after 30 years. Having been instrumental in forming a musical aesthetic often referred to as 'pub rock', 'street rock', and 'punk n roll', THE BUSINESS are indelibly marked by tales of European football games, motorbike excursions, working class triumphs, bar room theatrics, factory life blues, and of course, the unavoidable anthems of the ever-scrutinized drinking and driving. Since forming in 1979, the band has releases more records than even some of the most long standing punk bands, toured all over the world, released records on labels such as EPITAPH, TAANG, BYO, TKO, CAPTAIN OI! and many more, as well as having Lars Frederickson (RANCID) produce one of their records and having shared a split release with DROPKICK MURPHYS. Although, the lineup has changed over the years, the message and the sound has not. Micky Fitz and the boys are poised to keep soldiering forward and keep the spirit of the streets rollin on into the future. Now, joining forces with Sailor's Grave Records, expect the legacy to continue with strength in 2010 and beyond. INCITING RIOTS: In 1997, The Beer Goggles broke up. Ugly Lenny went on to play bass with The Confederats; and later, tiltWheel. Tim Boyle went on to play with Uncalledfor. Lenny & Tim came together in 2000 to start Inciting Riots. Dan Skum (drums) completed the band in 2001. Pegadeth joined on second guitar in May 2002. Dan left in July 2003 and was replaced by Matt Bastard a week later. Girth filled in on bass during Tim's vacation from society...till the end of 2004 when the original 4 piece line-up got back together to kick in the new year! Peggy left in July 2005 and was replaced by Mikey Dietz a week later....and left a few months after. Then, after 2 years of instability, John Klecker joined the Riots and we destroyed our city till 2009. In 2012, Skum moved back to town and the Riots got back together again with the addition of second guitarist, Gaylene. Stay tuned! the CODE 7'S: Fueled by the absence of legends like Joe Strummer and Dee-Dee Ramone, The Code 7's push for a level of alarming honesty and integrity not commonly associated with today's punk rock and roll bands.
DUANE PETERS GUNFIGHT, ANGRY SAMOANS, D.P.I., DIME RUNNER, PSO & the CODE 7's $12 IN ADVANCE / $15 DAY OF SHOW BUY TICKETS ONLINE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/298208 DOORS: 9 PM / SHOW: 10 PM We'll have the BBQ going & ripping up the ramp! DUANE PETERS GUNFIGHT: Southern California's ultra-goob Punk Rock king DUANE PETERS takes five from his arduous duties as frontman/chick magnet for the infamous U.S. BOMBS, the HUNNS, the GREAT UNWASHED, etc. waking the Gunfight from their slumber. ANGRY SAMOANS: Along with X, Black Flag, Fear and the Circle Jerks, the savagely satirical Angry Samoans rode the first wave of Los Angeles punk. Formed in Van Nuys, California in the summer of 1978, the band was founded by singers and guitarists "Metal" Mike Saunders and Gregg Turner, a pair of erstwhile rock critics who previously teamed with fellow writer Richard Meltzer in the group Vom. After considering names like the Egyptians and the Eigen Vectors (a mathematical termTurner later became a math professor), they settled on the Angry Samoans, enlisted Saunders' brother Kevin on guitar, bassist Todd Homer and drummer Bill Vockeroth, and initially set out as a Dictators cover band. Soon, Saunders and Turner began writing original material, drawing influence from the Velvet Underground, the Sonics, the 13th Floor Elevators and garage rock. After honing their primitive and increasingly thrashy sound at a series of surreal gigs (including sets at the Camarillo State Mental Hospital and a lunchtime show at Santa Monica High School, where emcee Meltzer asked if any "heroin addicts" were in the audience), the Samoanssubstituting guitarist P.J. Galligan for Kevin Saundersdebuted in 1980 with the EP Inside My Brain, highlighted by "Get Off the Air," their pointed swipe at KROQ deejay Rodney Bingenheimer and the L.A. musical community. Two years later, they resurfaced with Back from Samoa, featuring titles like "They Saved Hitler's Cock", "Tuna Taco", and "My Old Man's a Fatso". Soon, the band grew disenchanted with the entire punk culture, and they spent the next several years largely in a dormant state: guitarist Steve Drojensky replaced Kevin Saunders in 1984, Vockeroth went on hiatus, and Jeff Dahl temporarily stepped in for "Metal" Mike in 1985, but by and large the group laid low until 1987's Yesterday Started Tomorrow. Problems with their label and internal differences led the group to disband after recording 1988's STP Not LSD. In 1991, "Metal" Mike issued a solo EP, Plays the Hits of the '90s; in 1994, Turner released his own album, Santa Fe, and later fronted Gregg Turner and the Blood-Drained Cows. Homer, meanwhile, resurfaced in the neo-psychedelic outfit Mooseheart Faith Stellar Groove Band. By the mid-1990s, "Metal" Mike was also fronting a new Samoans line-up which still included longtime mainstay Vockeroth as well as guitarist Alison Wonderslam and Mark Byrne as well as bassist Adrienne Harmon; their infrequent performances (only on Saturdays and only in California) remain a vital link to punk's past. D.P.I.: Ocean Beach locals D.P.I. (DRUNKIN' PUNKIN IDIOTS) are bringin' it back to Shakedown in the name of booze, skateboarding & general reckless abandon. Banned from various local San Diego venues because of the chaos from their shows, Shakedown welcomes them back with open arms & beer bottles. DIME RUNNER: Do you remember the glorious blasts from the past entitled "Beach Blvd." and "Rodney On The ROQ" ? I really hope you do as this is Punkrock Elementary School knowledge and therefore absolutely necessary for your existence. Dime Runner is a Fullerton, CA based Punk Rock Garage style band. Formed in 2010 and started playing shows and recording almost immediately. Dime Runner is part of the Post Punk Revival movement and armed with a distinct sound and personality. PSO: Locals P.S.O. are a young, promising band of Skate Punks. They also share the same lineup as Jakked Rabbits and some of the same songs. the CODE 7's: Fueled by the absence of legends like Joe Strummer and Dee-Dee Ramone, The Code 7's push for a level of alarming honesty and integrity not commonly associated with today's punk rock and roll bands
SCARS AND STRIPES, the CODE 7's & the DARLINGS FREE SHOW! DOORS: 8 PM / SHOW: 9 PM SCARS AND STRIPES: We are Scars and Stripes. We are a punk rock band formed in 2005 in the great town of Fort Walton Beach,FL. Through the years we have had a few releases such as "Take Me Back Where I Belong" and a "7 split with Adams Dagger. Both featured on Durty Mick Records out of Long Beach, CA. We have been lucky enough to play countless number of shows in many cities throughout the U.S. Some of bands we have played with are: the Adolescents, Agnostic Front, the Buisness, the Briggs, the Queers, the Lower Class Brats, the Cute Lepers, Total Chaos, the Riot Before, the Independents, and the list go on. Thank you very much for listening. I hope you enjoy!.-mikey livid the CODE 7's: Fueled by the absence of legends like Joe Strummer and Dee-Dee Ramone, The Code 7's push for a level of alarming honesty and integrity not commonly associated with today's punk rock and roll bands. the DARLINGS: LA alt-rock outfit The Darlings are on a roll lately, and they’re only just getting started. After beating out hundreds of bands to win 2010’s Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands, the band garnered attention from influential LA modern rock station KROQ, which added their songs “Broken Hearts Still Beating” and “Let’s Roll” into steady rotation on DJ Kat Corbett’s weekly Locals Only show, resulting in them becoming a Bud Light Band of the Month on the station. The band’s track “What Lies Below” was also picked up by the Anaheim Ducks, who used the track for their 09/10 season promo spots on Prime Ticket. The Darlings’ music has also appeared on FOX TV’s Good Day LA. In addition to securing endorsements from Ernie Ball, Supernatural Cymbals and the FC Cancer Foundation, the band hit the road on tours with the likes of Face To Face, Strung Out and Pennywise and shared the stage with Sum 41, Bad Religion, and Social Distortion. The Darlings were recently showcased at NAMM 2012 and played in front of massive crowds at this year’s Musink Tattoo Convention and Music Festival. The band was recently added to the lineup for this summer’s Vans Warped Tour, marking their 4th time performing on the annual trek. The Darlings’ debut LP release, The New Escape, due out April 24 on Gadsen Records/UMG, melds the individual members’ classic rock and alternative influences into a hearty dose of honest and pure, rock and roll that steers clear of trends and posturing. Stand out songs include "Broken Heart Still Beating" "Hypnotize "Head Hunter" and "These Wings."
Sounds Like: Chuck Ragan (Official), Lars Frederiksen and The Bastards, Mike McColgan
Bio: Fueled by the absence of legends like Joe Strummer and Dee-Dee Ramone, The Code 7's push for a level of alarming honesty and integrity not commonly associated with today's Punk Rock 'N Roll bands.
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