Hells Fire Sinners The Elixirs Muff Duster
Low key private party, BYOB and a Appetizer.
$10 All-Ages Halloween party!!!! Bizarre Noir The Transylvania Hell Sounds The Elixirs Special performance by: Lady Ursa Featured Artist: Lydia Burris ~ Art ~ Mystery ~ Madness Terence Muncy Art Poke It With A Stick Art Co. More TBA Brought to you by: Shine DoitIndy Radio Hour
The Hideaway is a Square Cat Records event taking place on October 3 at the adjacent parking lot between Southeast Community Services and Arthur's Music Store in beautiful Fountain Square. We will have two stages of music along with dozens of art and artisan vendors with food and drink available for visitors. The bands for the event will be: - Jonathan Tyler - Buffalo Rodeo - Bigfoot Yancey - Brave Baby - Chicago Farmer - Nick D' & the Believers - Bonesetters - Saint Aubin - Cyrus Youngman and the Kingfishers - Dietrich Jon - Shelby County Sinners - Ampersand Blues Band - The Elixirs Tickets are now on sale for $15 with special VIP packages that will be available for an additional charge. Look for more details on VIP tickets coming soon. For more information, check out squarecatrecords.com/the-hideaway.
Sounds Like: Reverend Horton Heat, Hillbilly Hellcats, The Cramps, Social Distortion, BOB WAYNE
Label: Gas City Records
Manager: D.I.Y. "The Elixirs"
Bio: We're a power trio with Guitar, Stand Up Bass, Drums, and Vocals... doing our own style of CowPunkPsychobilly. The Elixirs are quickly gaining a big following for our tight high energy live shows. Don't expect to hear many covers, The Elixirs write and perform their own brand of original American...See Full Bio
“Their album, Long Gone, starts with “Water and Bread,” which will knock you out of your boots. The title track salutes Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, and the Dead Kennedys at the same time. They, like me, have a serious crush on psychobilly girls, as is evidenced by the song “Tits Deep.” The drums are wicked on “Cry for Me,” and the band swings like the best honky-tonk bands on “Door of Freedom.” The Elixirs make no attempt to hide their love of metal and doom rock. “17-12,” “Soul,” “Cowboy Rot,” and “Sea of Lies” let them flex their Danzig muscles and “Torn Rose” would be at home on any decent metal album. There are good drinking songs, too. “Misery,” “Standing in the Rain” (with its great bass), and “This Kind of a Mood” will make you want to raise a glass. “Loser” is a song that will make you raise a glass and then possibly smash it over your head as it kicks into serious rock. If you like psychobilly laced with doom and meta”