Pop. 1280, A Deer A Horse, Dad, Irrevery

Pop. 1280

A Deer A Horse

Dad

Irrevery

Thursday, January 11, 2018

8:00 pm

Saint Vitus

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Pop. 1280
Pop. 1280
Pop. 1280 are the post-punky, crust-flicking Booger Dawsons of the new wave of Brooklyn Birthday Party skronkmos -- slow, lurching, tribal, skeletal, slightly unhinged. Similar bands like recent Hardly Art signees Golden Triangle and YIMBY graduates Preacher And The Knife have been turning Death By Audio into their private Nick Cave-flavored Junkyard for a while. But Pop. 1280 is definitely the sickest, the band most likely to spit in their hand before they shake yours. Their music is intentionally grungey, dismal, and icky--a sound that fondly remembers that punk rock is supposed to be gross. Says lead singer Chris Bug, "Before I lived in New York, I was living in Shanghai, China, which is a seriously filthy city. I think this undercurrent of filth and sewage and parasites is the most fascinating part of city life and it is something that inspires all of our music." Their debut 7", Bedbugs, is a self-released frightmare that captures New York's layers of filth perfectly, recorded live in a room with very few overdubs, "Bedbugs" hinges on a disgusting, farty Flipper bassline and vividly discusses a very real, very current problem in New York's itchy underbelly.
A Deer A Horse
A Deer A Horse makes urgent rock 'n roll. Formed in Brooklyn in the summer of 2011, their debut EP, Patience, was released in September of 2013. Upcoming releases include the single Fighter, recorded at Converse Rubber Tracks, and the Gunpoint/Mother Night 7". The group released their debut EP, Patience, in September of 2013. A split 7" is forthcoming.

The Brooklyn-based rock trio A Deer A Horse has been bubbling up on the New York scene in recent years with their self-described "urgent rock & roll." Described by the Village Voice as "moody, searing guitar rock," ADAH has garnered praise for both their stomping stage antics and charged intensity.
Dad
Venue Information:
Saint Vitus
1120 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11222
http://www.saintvitusbar.com/