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Sean On The Drums

Salt Farm, Faking, Botfly

Tuesday, April 14
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
$6-10 Sliding Scale, Cash Only At The Door

21+ Only

Sean On The Drums

Sean is a hard working father of one. His faded blue eyes and thinning brown hair perfectly compliment his unsculpted, aging body. At almost 40 years of age, he still finds time for the important things. Sean plays the drums, among other things, and lives in South Philadelphia”

 


Salt Farm

Three time travelers from one week in the future bringing their advanced knowledge of the weather to bear by dressing properly while playing rock music.

 


Faking

“Ruthless and machine stamped from the same kind of sonic foundry that used to produce menacing flyover state noise rock. An alloy of the rudest abrasive mathy angularity found in the nineties Amrep and Touch & Go camps, harkening back to an era of uncorrupted sonic battery. And Faking does it without the self-conscious sneer of retro-scene boot-licking – these men know the world of which they speak, this trio having been assembled out of the wreckage of seminal PA noise rock bands Gunna Vahm and Midiron Blast Shaft (both Reptilian alums).
The crunchy buzz saw riffs hammer down with calculated repetition and bleed into reverb drenched seasick leads. The vocals invoke threat, like a crime scene report read aloud long after an urgent warning wasn’t received. Thunderous rolling bass. Truly massive drums. The right kind of nastiness for the wrong kind of people.” -Reptilian Records
 

Botfly

halifax downtuned noise punk hardcore