King Khan and BBQ times dual | San Diego Reader
November 2, 2016 - bbq set
Art-punk siblings Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, aka a Garden, title sets during Ché Café on Thursday!
By a time we review this, Crawler follower, we will be in a meat-sammy faint and have a brave full of grill salsa as we watch a stars cocktail over Pappy Harriet’s in Pioneertown. Later in a dusk punk’d doo-wop twin Arish “King” Khan and Mark “BBQ” Sultan, aka a King Khan BBQ Show, will take a theatre during a high-desert bower behind their latest In a Red record, Bad News Boys. Another rope I’ve been failing to get hip to is Get Hip Records’ show-openers Paint Fumes, a self-described “panic conflict punk” contingent out of Charlotte, NC, furloughed in support of their sophomore set If It Ain’t Paint Fumes It Ain’t Worth a Huff. This same lineup hits a Casbah theatre Friday night and, yeah, I’ll substantially go to that one, too…. Around city Thursday night, you’ve got L.A. art-punk brothers Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, aka a Garden, furloughed in support of their final Burger Records release, haha, and personification Ché Café with So Pitted and Heyrocco. If we like it weird, don’t nap on this triple bill…O.C. hardcore hits Death by Stereo set adult during Soda Bar after Aussie rockers Poison Headache and a possess Authentic Sellout…while Gram Rabbit, SeaBase, and Rafter fill a funyun during Casbah. Get a low-down on three-bass rope SeaBase in final week’s “All about that bass” Blurt.
Garage-punk ‘Zonie Nobunny hits a Hideout Friday night.
The aboveforementioned King Khan BBQ/Paint Fumes gig during Casbah has internal Nuggets diggers a Kabbs opening a uncover with their ’60s-style beach punk. Those’d be a sets to see…. Else on Friday: wearing rabbit ears and not most else, that garage-punk ’Zonie Nobunny joins a possess Soft Lions and Fresh Brunettes on a Hideout theatre in Normal Heights…Beasto Blanco, featuring Alice Cooper alum Chuck Garric, headlines sets during Brick by Brick after Angel Shade, Big Tooth Comb, and Night Shadow…while Pansy Division brings a pop-punk latest, Quite Contrary, to Soda Bar after Stalins of Sound and Gunner Gunner. The Reader’s Andrew Hamlin had a discuss with Pansy Division bassist Chris Freeman in this week’s “Soundtrack of my life” Blurt, so flip or click there for some-more on them.
Soda Bar stages indie-folkie Seattle act a Cave Singers on Saturday.
North Park’s Fall Brewing Company will applaud dual years of sketch their excellent qualification wash during Casbah with dance jams by them condemned organ-grinders Creepy Creeps, as good as a Widows, Jon Cougar Concentration Camp, and a Schizophonics MC5 Revue…. Indie-folkie Seattle act a Cave Singers (ex–Pretty Girls Make Graves) will be in city in support of this year’s Jagjaguwar offering, Banshee, that according to Allmusic is “an considerable square of work that speaks to a mind and a essence with identical clarity.” They play Soda Bar with ex–Rose Windows guitarist Chris Cheveyo…. Best of a rest Saturday night finds a Vans pop-punk rope Wonder Years on a all-ages categorical theatre during Soma after Real Friends and Knuckle Puck…English heavy-metal rope Diamond Head will be hard-rocking Brick by Brick behind this year’s self-titled record after Symbolic, Bastard Saints, and a Dolan Brotherhood…while NYC dirty-funk four-piece TAUK takes a theatre during a Loft during UCSD after likeminded locals Bomb Squad.
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