Your friends in Bicentennial Bear are playing at the Treehouse on Saturdee. Come shake off the holiday rust with a healthy scoop of loud.
If you haven’t seen the Bear with Leah Wahlin, our new viola player and singer, you’re missing out. Friends have labeled the addition of Leah as “the musical equivalent of when people started adding Jolly Ranchers to their Zima.” Originally, Bicentennial Bear was crisp, clear and refreshing. Now they are even sweeter, and bad for your teeth as well.
We’re also playing with the furry dudes in SPD GVNR. They play the rock like they keep their beards: unruly. This is their first show since Justin had Tommy John surgery, and since the band recorded an EP with Steve Albini. If you don’t know who Tommy John and Steve Albini are, it’s time you put down the Zima and jump on Netscape.
Finally, Chris Bair has a new project called Bronson Bunny Deathwish. No, I didn’t make that name up. It’s kinda goofy, right? But what isn’t goofy is how monstrous their sound is. They are a three piece rock machine, channeling Dinosaur Jr and a little bit of Bair’s other band, Silo The Huskie. It’s really good stuff.
Paste the concise details into your palm pilot:
Saturday, Jan 9 at the Treehouse
BRONSON BUNNY DEATHWISH
Music at 10:30
ZOMETHING AT THIS SHOW WILL MAKE YOUR LOINS TINGLE