Chromespider Presents PHANTASM #9 Industrial * Death Rock * Goth * Glam * Punk * Post Punk , Saturday February 7th 2015 Stork Club 2330 Telegraph Ave. Oakland featuring DJs Roxy Roller and Grimmy Grumm and live performances by Suicide Queen Vertigo Shock Evil X Untamed Creatures plus burlesque from Ava Lanche * Amber Ale
4093 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91602
VERTIGO SHOCK Saturday February 15th 2014 @ The House of Blues Foundation Room 8430 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 (323) 848-5100 21+ $10 pre sale $20 @ the door set time for VERTIGO SHOCK 11PM
[Description] Feline Productions & Redwood Bar X Grill Present... An ALL AGES Day Time Matinee Show At The Redwood. Get Your Dark Groove On With: THE MAU MAUS, https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Mau-Maus/283735406528 CLIFF AND IVY (Alaska), https://www.facebook.com/CliffandIvy VERTIGO SHOCK, https://www.facebook.com/vertigoshock WHY? THINGS BURN!! https://www.facebook.com/pages/WHY-THINGS-BURN/110338235666098 6/29/13 Saturday 3pm-7pm! ALL AGES!!!!!
Vertigo Shock Wednesday June 26th 2013 @ House of Blues ( Parish Room ) 8430 West Sunset Boulevard West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 848 5100 8pm 21+ $10 w/discount tickets DRESS CODE STRICTLY ENFORCED: NO SHORTS, FLIP FLOPS, BANDANAS OR HATS) To receive your $10 discount VS tickets Please email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org http://vertigoshock.com http://facebook.com/vertigoshock
Sky La Vague
Sounds Like: Nine Inch Nails, Placebo, BRIAN ENO/ DARK SHARK
Bio: Like chemicals reacting VERTIGO SHOCK is an exploding mixture of electronic dance music, 80's synth pop and rock music. The name says it all. It is sensory overload. It is a fusion of raw talent and a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, syndrome. Dubbed “The Mad Scientist”.
Originating from West Texas (...See Full Bio
“Thursday, 17 February 2011 Scifidie - by Vertigo Shock This song falls under Art Rock, There is a place for music like this, If you're into 80's new wave; Brian Eno to Devo, to the B-52's then Scifidie by Vertigo Shock should be on your ipod. Its a weird song that sounds like a strangley good mix of Fred Schneider of the B-52's singing with an 80's cover band; but instead of singing the prewritten words, sounds like the Fred Schneider voice is improvising. I would think this song would be hard to find in the world of radio, but rather easy to find in the stockpile of music a true connesuer of would have in his collection. Its a song you pull out to your friends and say "you ever heard of these guys" and play to impress them. If you want to listen to something original and have a smoke break from the monotony of what you've been listening too, i guarantee this will, for the moment, give your ears the well deserved break. ”