Show is in the Foundation Room, a VIP bar lounge. So come prepared!
Debuting a brand new song with our newest member, Jim, on bass. Come check it out!
There will be all kinds of stuff going on: Cheap Drinks Free Serious Pizza from 7:00 to 9:00. Star Wars Theme Night Red Carpet Photos Meet and Greet Upstairs Art Display Late Night Fuzzy's Tacos 97.1 The Eagle will be hosting it, Deep Ellum Radio.com and Renegade Radio.com will all be broadcasting for the event and conducting interview with the bands. Jordan Buford of The Music Enthusiast and Rachel Watts of The Observer might make there way down to give a written account of the festivities The lineup includes: Cold Alterflesh Daylight Industries Solice New Voodoo Space Camp The Slugpuppies Show starts early and the food starts earlier. Get tickets from Prekindle online because they'll be $15 at the door.
BlackLandSaints will take the stage at 8pm in the Liquid Lounge at the behest of the notable Emily Rock of Get it on Presents fame. We absolutely can not wait to tear that room apart with our special brand of original Rock 'n Roll!!
We go on at 8:50
Sounds Like: The Toadies, The Doors, ZZ Top, Pink Floyd, Queens of the Stone Age
Bio: The Slugpuppies were formed during the summer of 2005. Founding members Phillip Meyer (guitar/vocals), Kevin Preston (guitar), and Joel Ball (drums) have kept the band together since its inception. In 2008 The Slugpuppies released their freshmen album EmoTherapy to good reviews. In 2011 They re...See Full Bio
“Their garage alt rock reflects promising song composition, creative guitar work, and some very infectious melodies. Meyer, the principal singer and songwriter, was able to work diligently on their debut, Emotherapy.The disc ventures more toward modern alt rock with strong melodies and healthy smatterings of progressive and psychedelic rock.On the end side, songs like I Can’t Feel the Rain or To Drown a Dream are milder numbers that rely heavily on vocals and acoustic guitar.On the modern alternative side: Brain Disease or Ineffectual.Better were the songs that followed the more progressive track. Goodwill Towards Man developed a more psychedelic 70’s feel with an ethereal vocal arrangement and uncommon fretwork.The longer Finding Your Way was quite impressive as it measured heavier riffs with sublime moments and impassioned vocals. However, the real star of Emotherapy was the magnificent instrumental, Peck of the Rooster, which displays fine song composition and soaring guitar work”