Monday, May 27th, 2013 at 7:00pm
LOS LOBOS LOCOS, WRECKIN KATZ & NENTINI ROCKNROLL BURLESQUE
DOORS: 8 PM / SHOW: 9 PM
LOS LOBOS LOCOS: As the streets grow empty and the clouds roll pass the nightlight quite as space, Kansas City lost the brilliance once held throughout leave residents without a symbol to bring the life that once covered every corner. From the distant horizon, figures come bellowing through, filling the air with a sound known to soothe any beast within. Although new to the scene, but not the stage; Los Lobos Locos (formed in LA) are hitting the ground running in 2013. After an incredible first year, the band has already expanded their audience base nationwide completing a 3 month tour (+75 Shows) booked in 15 States. Even with the loss of Guitarist Luis Anguiano before heading out on tour and recent loss of Upright Bassist, David Rodriguez, the band "Keeps on Keeping on" no matter the problem. Los Lobos Locos brings a sound that is unique to audience members of any music scenes.
WRECKING KATZ: Aesthetically, Wreckin' Katz are easily pegged as a Psychobilly squad. They take pride in their textbook, greaser-punk exterior: tight black jeans; big, studded belts; sleeveless vests; and tatted-up arms.They pen lyrics about lost sanity and burning stuff. Musically, however, you'd better be ready to hear some thrash. Vince Salazar, Alex Carrillo and Vic Chavez cite Iron Maiden, Bad Brains and Bad Religion among their primary influences. The only thing remotely rockabilly about them is the dude with an Elvis quaff singing lead vocal and slapping the shit out of an upright bass with speed-freak intensity. He revels in standing on the thing, just brutalizing it, playing eighth notes at 220 bpm.
NENTINI ROCKNROLL BURLESQUE: Who is this little Miss Nentini who likes to be shaken and stirred you might ask? Well, to be quite honest I’m still trying to find that out myself. I saw a movie once which explained life in the cycles of seven. Every seven years there is a total change within our system. It is a soul’s demand to be seen as an individual, not as a collective. At the age of seven, the first realization of self begins to occur. From then on, every seven years we seek to reinvent ourselves and its safe for me to say that I am currently in that state. Previously known as an internationally published model, a gogo dancer, burlesque queen, and a rockabilly socialite has me seeking something else. Though, I still dabble and take pride in all the above, my current interest is to share my adventures of love, the inland empire rockabilly scene, and my career as a beautician. ENJOY!
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