Thursday, August 19, 2010

Saturday Night...

On Saturday August 21, 2010, Seattle's A-Frames storm The Empty Bottle in support of their new triple-LP set on S.S. Records, which serves as a long-awaited follow up to their critically acclaimed "Black Forest" LP on Sub Pop Records. The vast new "333" set gathers the post-punk/noise-rock band's singles and e.p.s, along with demo recordings, outtakes, and unreleased tracks. Joining them will be a revitalized Headache City, the dark garage-punk band launched in Chicago and now calling New York home, while they lock in with a new drummer and prepare to record a new batch of songs. The group continue to turn heads and assault ears with their late-2009 LP "We Can't Have Anything Nice" on P-Trash Records. Starting off the night with a bang, Chicago's BLOODYMINDED will deliver their punk and noise-rock inspired brand of heavy electronics, characterized by jolting analog synth blasts, chaotic feedback and howling vocals. For this very special show, the band will be joined by NYC's Pharmakon - AKA Margaret Chardiet - who performed a jaw-dropping set of hard-hitting death-industrial music at The Empty Bottle in July 2009. BLOODYMINDED's Mark Solotroff and Miss Chardiet are writing a new song for this show, which they intend to perform as a lovely duet.


Saturday August 21, 2010

The Empty Bottle

1035 N. Western Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60622

10:00 PM



A-Frames at Subterranean 2003 by Canderson

Headache City

Headache City 2006 by Canderson

with special guest Pharmakon

Pharmakon 2


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