Wednesday, December 4
Due to illness (Rej’s got a wicked fever and is unable to travel), GRLwood has to cancel tonight’s show. We hope to reschedule soon, in the meantime refunds are being processed.
Tickets: $8 advance, $10 day of show General Admission Standing at Eventbrite.com, Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p), or charge by phone at 877.987.6487
Ages 16 and over
7pm Doors, 8pm Show
Kentucky-fried queerdos GRLwood are back with their sophomore album I Sold My Soul To The Devil When I Was 12,out now on sonaBLAST! Records. Addressing the well established themes of punk rock such as politics and depression, along with new, much welcomed topics of queerness and sexuality, each song can be viewed as an internal monologue of a 12 year old, a pivotal age that throws a kid into the struggles and confusion of adolescence. Still fresh faces, Rej Forester (guitar and vocals) and Karen Ledford (drums) are not fresh to the stage. Known for their energetic live performances, since joining forces the two have had a full schedule of shows, travel, and recording. Refusing to be confined by labels, these queerdos are a musical force paving their own path through the music scene.
Inspired by acts like Sleater-Kinney, The Coathangers, Mannequin Pussy, Black Flag, Minor Threat, Nirvana, and Screaming Females, Tina lies somewhere between grunge, punk, alternative, and pure queer rage.
Tina Panic Noise is Isabel, Max, Shen, and Justin. Friends since high school, Max and Isabel have been writing music together since their teens. Joined by Shen, and later Justin, they’ve formed a nuclear dysfunctional family.
Born out of the boredom with mundane white cis-hetero society and it’s ever deepening desire to oppress, Tina seeks to address the issues of the mentally ill, the queer, and the looked down upon. Formed in Buffalo, NY, she is screaming to be heard above the rusted machinery, corruption, and cold winters.
Date(s) - 12/04/2019
341 Delaware Avenue