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Jul14

thu
9pm-
midnight

Dust Bunny - Catholic Guilt - Angels In America
The Schlafly Tap Room
2100 Locust St. (at 21st) St. Louis, MO 63103 314-241-BEER x1

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angeWe just inherited a show from Kevin Harris at Floating Laboratories:
THIS THURSDAY, JULY 14TH
9 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT
FREE SHOW AT THE SCHLAFLY TAP ROOM

Dust Bunny (St. Louis)
and
Catholic Guilt (St. Louis)
will open for
Angels In America

 

 

 

“Definitely one of those out of nowhere experiences where you encounter something with no reference or connection to any of the noise, punk, no wave, junk, skuzz musix you’ve been soaking in and it completely grips yr mind and purrs against yr sweet spot. Weird, sultry, damaged and almost always falling apart with lyrics spun from some poet head zone, Angels In America are a goddamned curiosity.”

-Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth

http://theeouternet.blogspot.com/2009/08/tobias-featurette-no-4-angels-in.html

“‘Angels In America’ is a band made up of two kids who have assumed the persona’s Moppy Pont and Rob Rombus. Who met in High School in NYC and formed the group at that time. After self-releasing their 1st tape “Cunt Tree Grammar” they sent a copy to Thurston Moore & Byron Coley’s Bull Tongue column in Arthur Magazine (R.I.P). Soon after that exchange they were invited to have the tape re-released by Moore’s own label ‘Ecstatic Peace!’. Moppy has been living in Montreal for the past year or so (and is returning to the states permanently after this tour). While they were staying in Montreal they picked up two backing members which they will be taking with them through the states all month on their first tour.

They have been described as “a really stoned Teenage Jesus and The Jerks.” and variations of that. They are way too pretentious to have a myspace page but you can download some high quality mp3 versions of their tunes on WFMU’s Free Music Archive.

They sell teeshirts at their gigs of a man in black face being hugged by witches for $5.00 printed on the thinnest and tightest material known to man. 1 size. Which they got wholesale for .99 cents each.

Oh and probably the greatest live band you will see this Summer!

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