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The Spits are already as ingrained in modern punk music as possible, yet still manage to devour the rip-offs and influence the youth of today without even looking like they're trying. Going strong now for over fifteen years, smashing the windows ... Read more

The Spits are already as ingrained in modern punk music as possible, yet still manage to devour the rip-offs and influence the youth of today without even looking like they're trying. Going strong now for over fifteen years, smashing the windows and tearing down the walls of our minds every time they roll through town, these truly vicious visionaries have cooked punk down to its most powerful base form, crawling like Neanderthals through the muck, and creating a flaming trail of hits that'll take quite a fit of dementia to ever forget. A perfect distillation of punk's original open-ended weirdness, and modern music's serrated salvation, The Spits have proven themselves to be no one to fuck with, over and over again.

They've always been one of the most original bands of the twenty-first century, yet it never really seemed like they weren't doing anything too experimental, save their signature, yet refreshingly just-ahead-of-their-time, synth/drum machine noise they forced the fickle punk crowds to gladly swallow. The demonic void that they fill is utterly too much to handle, the band everyone wants to see, that pre-information overload-type of underground music mystery that just gets all the endorphins rushing. The way their throbbingly addictive songs just drip like sticky tar out of the speakers, their guitars that sound like food processors seemed to dull all our senses, just at the same time that the impeccable lyrics invigorate us beyond belief.

The Spits have already done so much, but still have so much more to come, as they continue to influence anyone with a penchant for irresistible punk music, played like there's nothing to lose.


Prepaid Friends Presents
June 8, 2019 9:00 pm

A Seattle, WA based rock and roll band that got going just as that city's musical revolution of the early 1990s was taking hold -- their first show happened to be with a band (also making its first live appearance) named Mookie Blaylock, who woul... Read more
A Seattle, WA based rock and roll band that got going just as that city's musical revolution of the early 1990s was taking hold -- their first show happened to be with a band (also making its first live appearance) named Mookie Blaylock, who would go on to find a bit of success as Pearl Jam -- Sweet Water established a reputation as a worthy live act touring with Alice in Chains and Candlebox, in addition to landing a deal with Elektra's East West label, which would put out the bands' third offering, Superfriends, in 1995. The album found success buoyed by the single 'Superstar', which received considerable airplay on modern rock radio. As the decade drew to a close, however, the alt rock momentum had been killed off by the rise of boy bands and vapid dance-pop, and Sweet Water called it a (sort of) day after 1999's Suicide. Dormant for six-plus years, the group reformed in 2007, playing shows and working on material for a new album. In 2009, members Adam Czeisler (vocals), Rich Credo (guitar), Cole Peterson (bass), and Paul Uhlir(drums) were back in the game, with a new album -- Clear the Tarmac -- and a busy schedule of gigs on the agenda, including that year's South by Southwest Festival in Austin, TX. The band continues to push forward releasing their latest Firebird EP in November 2018.

Dante's and Take Warning Present
July 9, 2019 9:00 pm

Dante's and Take Warning Present
July 20, 2019 9:00 pm

July 23, 2019 9:00 pm

You'd be hard pressed to find someone that's into rock and roll and not into a Drunk Mums record. It's well written, raw and most importantly free of pretension. In essence what they do is straight up Aussie rock and roll reminiscent of T... Read more
You'd be hard pressed to find someone that's into rock and roll and not into a Drunk Mums record. It's well written, raw and most importantly free of pretension. In essence what they do is straight up Aussie rock and roll reminiscent of The Saints with a contemporary garage slant and an enthusiasm to match in the live setting. They do what they do and they don't seem to care what anyone else thinks.

July 24, 2019 8:00 pm

American Singer/Songwriter from Monticello, Arkansas by way of Nashville, Tennessee, Ward Davis has had songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw, Bucky Covington, Jimmie Van Zant, Buddy Jewel, Carolina R... Read more
American Singer/Songwriter from Monticello, Arkansas by way of Nashville, Tennessee, Ward Davis has had songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw, Bucky Covington, Jimmie Van Zant, Buddy Jewel, Carolina Rain, The Roys, and more. Most recently, Ward Davis co-wrote "I'm Not The Devil" with Cody Jinks, with whom he subsequently toured with nationwide. With over 250 shows per year under his belt as both a headliner and support act, Ward Davis' already popular live show is growing at exponential rates.


Crazy Awesome the one and only all female AC/DC tribute act. Presenting music from both era's of AC/DC Bon and Brian! Hail Hail to the Good Times!

Metal Sucks and Tone Deaf Touring Present
August 21, 2019 8:30 pm

DANTE'S PRESENTS
October 25, 2019 9:00 pm

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