Bone Spur, The Electric Lungs, Drew Black and Dirty Electric, Nuthatch-47

In the Disaster Room

Bone Spur

The Electric Lungs

Drew Black and Dirty Electric

Nuthatch-47

Fri, October 6, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Bone Spur
Bone Spur
Finely brewed heavy metal country for dungeons and dragons kids, with a hint of bullshit.
The Electric Lungs
The Electric Lungs
The Electric Lungs have been called Clash-esque due to our eclectic sound and rock-a-billy punk in our delivery. We're essentially a punk rock band but we have musical ADD so sometimes you get a shimmering pop song, some old timey jazz, a little Spanish serenade, maybe some introspective indie rock, or a little frantic post-hardcore after a good old fashioned murder ballad. We have our own distinct style that likes to weave its way into everything we do but we don't like to sit still. We're the band that last year's teacher warns next year's teacher about. The best way to figure it out is to take a listen for yourself at the link below…also, here are some words that do a pretty good job:

"In the end, you end up with something punky, something rockabilly, something proggy, sort of like Yes and Black Flag sharing a Bloody Mary at Brian Setzer's wine mixer." -Zach Hodson/Deli KC

"The Electric Lungs that I experienced was a fierce, driven band."-kcfanview.wordpress.com

"Simplified & Civilized" chugs forth with it's rockabilly stomp spitting smooth, grinding, grooves and punk rock choruses & becomes an unrelenting beast of perpetual Clash-esque strutting.
William Chaffin - KillYourTV KC

"The Electric Lungs steamroll through their songs with an abandon that some may call "reckless" but I feel is closer to "playful." The band seems so excited by the sounds they are able to create that they feel compelled to explore continually their sonic spectrum–an aesthetic that makes them as fun to watch as listen to."
Brian Clifton - Mills Record Company Blog
Drew Black and Dirty Electric
Drew Black and Dirty Electric
Drew Black and Dirty Electric takes a dark, sensual approach to its music, intense and raw. The three-piece group is the brainchild of Drew Black (formerly of The Belated), who wrote and released his solo album Wanderlust in early 2012. Soon after, Black enlisted bassist Terra Peal (The Quivers) and drummer Michelle Bacon (Deco Auto, Dolls on Fire) to add ferociousness and immediacy to his songs. The music stimulates and drives, in the same way that Queens of the Stone Age propels through each song. At the same time, songs are tinged with a Bowie-esque sexuality from Black's lyrical delivery, the sparing guitar licks, and abrupt but compelling rhythmic patterns.
Nuthatch-47
Nuthatch-47
ANGRY RUSSIAN MIDWEST BAND

A musical cluster of fucks who enjoy making sounds about
love, life, roses and knives,
facebook, grandma, road and rage,
chilling, relaxing, economy, wages,
beer, cats, goods and bads,
и еще много-много раз!
Venue Information:
Minibar
3810 Broadway
Kansas City, MO, 64111
http://www.minibarkc.com