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Perfect Pussy

Perfect Pussy, Stoic Violence, G. Green, Big Swamp Thunder

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Perfect Pussy Wednesday, March 19, 2014 09:00 PM Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles, CA
Admission Type Price Quantity
Advance tickets are sold out. There may be a limited number of tickets available at the door, as space permits.
Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $12.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Tags: Music, Featured, National Acts
  • Where: Bootleg Theater 2220 Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90057
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  • Perfect Pussy

    Perfect Pussy

    Perfect Pussy plays hard AND plays even harder. “On stage, front woman Meredith Graves has the charisma of a star in the making.” - Billboard “I Have Lost All Desire for Feeling, instantly evokes basement shows rank with fresh sweat, dark except for strings of christmas lights, windows shaking, overloaded PA bleating away, and the band across the jampacked room discernible only by the occasional upward-flung limb. If you make it to one of this Syracuse band’s two outer-borough shows this week, expect to leave with bangs dripping, ears keening, and heart pounding.” -Paper Mag “One of the boldest new rock bands.” -Pitchfork “These punk kids from the mean streets of Syracuse, New York, deliver high-energy slabs of mayhem-friendly post punk noise, a wall of guitar and Casio. Meredith Graves knows how to run her mosh pit like a dictator runs a birthday party.” -Rolling Stone “One of the best debuts you’re likely to hear this year.” -Stereogum

  • Stoic Violence

    Stoic Violence

    Chaotic and raw hardcore from southern California with vocals that teeter between whining and snarling. Their discography consists of a 2012 demo and a self-titled LP released in January 2013, the latter of which is a split release between Katorga Records and Video Disease Records.   -Last.fm

  • G. Green

    G. Green

    "Curious Sacramento four piece who give the impression they're going to be scuzzy as heck, but actually end up having many of the same doofus pop vibes as early Red Kross, Electric Blood and even raunchier moments of The Cannanes." -WIRE Magazine "A quick-paced platter of party punk hits on the verge of careening wildly out of control, G.Green’s first long player lands somewhere between Tyvek, Born Innocent era Redd Kross and No Pocky For Kitty era Superchunk." -GHETTOBLASTER

  • Big Swamp Thunder

    Big Swamp Thunder