Flyer by the wonderful Cindy Fuentes
Palehound offers jams that are meticulously synchronized yet effortless. You’ll hear a pop sensibility to which even the most upwardly browed humans can relax. Notta Comet (Montreal) are ambitious cacophon–nauts observing objectively and stuff. They’re math-like and their live sound captures the raw side of the compositions, sources confirmed. Flagland (NYC) makes me want to say fuzz and cool a lot. If you’re at a loss of words during the set, you can say one of the two (or even both maybe) and feel right at home. Lastly, Trophy Knife is composed of some killer, meandering guitar riffs which counter shouted vocals and primal drums. Lyrics address societal ills through personal narratives and genuine energy. They’re taking their show on the road over there.
Sponsored—“After a successful career, don’t forget to upgrade the cutlery too! Trophy Knife!” and 17 Other Jokes for the Middle-aged and Anxious. 8pm // All Ages // $5–10 Sliding