• Tue September 26, 2017 9:00 pm $10.00

    Formed in 1979, Australia’s FEEDTIME earned a rabid cult following for their primal and bruisingly powerful, bass-heavy sound, a walloping fusion of punk, rock, blues, and hard rock. Like nothing else in Australia at the time; a pure strain of rock and roll with a relentless mechanical propulsion. It was the perfect symbiosis of syncopation, minimalist rock that carried a thunderous atmosphere of reckless intoxication and intense personal pain but with a self-assured “ease” amongst the chaos. Impenetrable, yet welcoming. Guitar noise you could dance to with lyrics cut straight from experience, tradition and dead crazy urban confusion. After multiple drummers (due to the hostile environment in the Sydney underground rock scene), record labels, reunion shows and hiatus’, FEEDTIME is finally BACK with their first studio album in 21 years, Gas. Here to celebrate their return, we’re crackin open some cold ones and getting’ rowdy with our boys from down under. 

    Left-field hardcore vets THE BUG are coming back to infest us all with a set of contentious, screeching noise. The Chicago veterans have played here opening for SHEER MAG and NAOMI PUNK, so you can bet they're frothing at the mouth to unleash another set of maddening, real-fucking-deal punk upon the unsuspecting masses.

    Chicago hardcore destroyers UFUX open the show and have been described by CMJ as "the kind of band that scatters the squares. They are abrasive, brutal, repetitive, obnoxious and ugly in the most beautiful way possible. Party music for fans of twisted humor." Our kinda partiers, don't miss em.