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Dec. 14th,2012 at Sand Dollar Bar located at 3355 Spring Mountain (Spring Mountain and Polaris) $5 or an unwrapped toy to get in Bands: The Dirty Panties, The Quitters, Dead Hand, Holding Onto Sound (HOTS) and The Core Show starts at 10:00 Drink Specials Raffles: tattoo gift certificates, band merch, photo shoots, restaurant gift certificates, graphic art work gift certificates, and more All proceeds go to help children in need get Christmas presents.
FREE SHOW!!! TUESDAY OCTOBER 16th An acoustic Event featuring: Brock Frabbiele Bryan McPherson Bennett Mains Zabi Naqshband Lawn Mower Death Riders Hosted by our good friend Amir Rikkah The Show starts immediately following Comedy night at Meatheads bar. It's a FREE show. so please come support and consider donating to the touring act.
Sounds Like: Rancid, Against Me!
Label: Geykido Comet Records, Brick Gun, No Label
Manager: Raven Music Management
Bennett Mains - guitar and vocals
Vanessa Tidwell - drums and chicks
Zabi Naqshband - bass and vocals and the brush
Robert Gates - guitar and fuckery
“By this point there’s little room for contention: Orgcore is an established and distinct subgenre under the punk umbrella. Its gruff, beardy likeness has witnessed adherents swell in popularity as new acts derived from the style’s pioneers pop up every week. And as a sovereign species, it is allowed to merge and cross-pollinate, fusing with other genres and charting new territory as a result. Orgcore: meet ska. Of course, I’m not talking about any kind of brassy, third-wave ensemble, nor am I claiming it’s the first time such a union has come together. Against Me! tapped the upstroke for “Jamaican Me Crazy” ...Cobra Skulls have embraced the two styles to an even greater extent with a handful of tunes... But with Holding on to Sound, the two styles are indivisible. Holding on to Sound have proven that you can have your skank and beard it, too. Or for those who frown upon ending reviews with puns: They’ve made a damn fine record.”