The Melvins

The Melvins (10:00 PM)

Le Butcherettes (9:00 PM)

Thu, October 23, 2014

8:00 pm

$20.00

Sold Out

This event is all ages

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The Melvins - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
The Melvins
For those who don't know:
The Melvins have been a band for over 25 years...

The Melvins have done a shit load of albums.... How many is a shit load? No one really knows.

The Melvins live in Los Angeles and it's understood in hip circles that the United States tilts left and anything covered in slime tends to slide straight out to California. If your sliding too fast when you slide into San Francisco you tend to glance off south and the real scum bags end up in Los Angeles where their skin dries into a Malibu Ken tan which most hipsters have to painstakingly remove with Easy Off oven cleaner.

We all love porn right? And with the intern
et we've all become totally bored with porn. Bored out of our minds with easy access day and night internet porn.

The Melvins have four members.
King Buzzo... Longest surviving and only original member left. When they get around to replacing him there will be no original members!
Dale Crover... Long standing drummer and part time guitar player. Dale likes his booze in a High Ball glass.
Jared Warren... Bass player, singer and part time drama geek. Jared also plays in the band Big Business.
Coady Willis... Drummer. Coady has a funny story about trying to play a gig in leather pants. Ask him, it's funny as shit! Coady also plays drums in Big Business.

So there you have it!
You can find other interesting bits and bobs about the Melvins on line and some of it is even true! Well, it's at least as true as what the band would tell you in person.
Le Butcherettes - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Le Butcherettes
What's the matter with kids these days? Not content with just making an ungodly noise, they also model themselves on Sylvia Plath, formulating ideas
of female identity that are equal parts fun and bloodthirsty. We're not talking about NYC (where shadows of Lydia Lunch and Patti Smith still
linger), but the back roads of Guadalajara, Mexico, where Teri Gender Bender conceived Le Butcherettes. She's played with just about every Mexican band
worth mentioning, while Jack White's The Dead Weather and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs invited her to open their Mexican shows, and Omar Lopez Rodriguez of
The Mars Volta agreed to produce the first album
Venue Information:
Troubadour
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069
http://www.troubadour.com/

All lineups and times subject to change