The Garden, Dj Geniefactory, Summer Cannibals

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The Garden, Dj Geniefactory, Summer Cannibals

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The Garden DJ Geniefactory Summer Cannibals $10 adv // $12 dos Doors at 7pm Tickets: *************************************************** The Garden (Orange County, CA) The Garden is a constantly evolving, conceptual punk band. Established in 2011 by twin brothers Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, the band consistently defies categorization and continues to break ground in their self inflicted 'Vada Vada' genre. They are the auditory invaders of the new world; borderless, informed and decentralized, slick sound released from constraint and old ideologies. The twins draw inspiration from a background in punk classicism but remain unfettered and unselfconscious enough to infuse elements of 90s hip hop and big beat electronica. The Garden is the intellectual refute to critics of the post modern, pantheistic generation of music listener with an equal dose of punk irreverence and undistilled fury. Their two-piece bass and drums essence is dirty, raw and very immediate but equally nuanced with echoes of the hive mind of the Vadaverse, the ephemeral architecture that exists both inside and outside of the duo that the listener enters and never quite escapes. Together the twins are an acidic concoction; unstable, sexy and probably toxic. The Garden's shows are experiential, as powerful and philosophically confounding as they are glib and tricksy. There is never any time for explanations, only a sense of urgency and a rapid spiral into their parallel world. To be seduced and ensnared by mirror-image raconteurs, operating an addictive carnival ride of sound and movement that stops as abruptly as it starts, is a close approximation of The Garden experience. *************************************************** DJ Geniefactory *************************************************** Summer Cannibals "The Portland, Oregon four-piece pick up where locals like The Wipers and The Thermals left off, with modern-grunge burners that aren’t so angry as to preclude a windows-rolled-down car singalong." -NYLON Magazine “Summer Cannibals are self-starters. Not only did the Portland, Oregon foursome self-produce their upcoming debut album, No Makeup, they also designed the cover art and plan to release the collection on their own label, New Moss Records. So it’s not surprising that singer-guitarist Jessica Boudreaux sounds so self-assured on the garage-rock sweethearts’ latest single, ‘Wear Me Out.’ Backed by a bopping drum beat and strutting rides, Boudreaux delivers an irresistible come-on: ‘Let’s pretend I’m your favorite dress,’ she sings. ‘You wear me every Sunday because I’m your best.’” -SPIN Magazine “Summer Cannibals exhibit their over brimming thirst for fun here that pivots between the skronk of sweat soaked denim and celebratory high spirits."-IMPOSE

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