Wednesday, 21 December 2022

Chaotic Noise Marching Corps + Bowler & Spoons + Stage Antics + Shotgun Kitchen

Doors at 6, Show at 7

$10 advance, $15 day of show

All ages welcome

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About Bowler & Spoons

Bowler & Spoons

Ever since falling in debt with the malevolent [REDACTED], Ted Bowler and Jebidiah Spoons have been traveling the country, doing the only marketable thing they can: performing their music. In that time, they've busked by big city beer halls, sang shanties atop shanty town piers, and performed puppet shows where no one asked them to. A storyteller by nature, Spoons writes lyrics that inspire and tug at the heartstrings, focusing on relatable topics such as possessed barnacle-encrusted statues and the Topeka Prairie Dog Stampede of 1937. Bowler, on the other hand, is the instrumentalist. Verily, he's the one-man-band of the group, leaning on everything from accordion and ukulele to a tin whistle and an old cookie tin they found. Together, they meld to create a folk-punk brand of vaudeville that people have somehow taken a liking to and is surely one-of-a-kind.

About Stage Antics

Stage Antics

Stage Antics is a local PNW grunge band based in Tacoma, deriving from influences like Nirvana, and the other "Seattle" sounds. The members consist of Evander Suju on guitar & vocal, Clay Gregg on guitar, Brandon Garrison on bass and Tyler Gieseking on drums. Stage Antic's music brings back the fiery 90's sound and a chill wave of groovy basslines, dissonant verses and whatever else gives alternative music its name. Stage Antic's goal is to appreciate the old grunge sound, and bring about a revival in today's mainstream music that rocked the 90's.

About Shotgun Kitchen

Shotgun Kitchen From the great Northwest, Shotgun Kitchen plays music that'll blow your face off! Let SGK regale you with their gritty and poignant brand of Outlaw Folk.

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