This Week @ Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

  • Fri Oct 9

    • Voertman's Gallery presents:
    • Def Rain
    • Ethereal and the Queer Show
    • Pocket Change
    • Teen Slut
    • DJ Slush
    • $1/$3 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Sat Oct 10

    • 35 Denton presents:
    • Second Chance Prom, feat. Purple
    • Well Hung Heart
    • Bad Beats
    • Hella Zealous
    • Goldenjoy
  • Mon Oct 12

    • Hotel Broslin's Halloween Special
    • free/$3
    • 9pm doors
  • Wed Oct 14

    • Psychic Killers
    • Pleasure Principle
    • Bathhouse
    • $1/$3 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Thu Oct 15

    • Gentlemen Rogues
    • Cozy Hawks
    • Future Self
    • $5/$7 cover
    • 9pm doors
  • Fri Oct 16

    • Total Unicorn
    • Def Rain
    • Vogue Machine
    • $1/$3 cover
    • 9pm doors

Thursday, October 8 - Whsky Janetor

Whsky Janetor Whsky Janetor

Whsky Janetor, Cosmetic Grade Soy Wax

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

Come revel in yr garbage aesthetic with high-profile filth performance.


WHSKY Janetor (St. Louis, MO)
"weirdo trash pop"; performative, evasive, emotional, inspirational, motivational

Cosmetic Grade Soy Wax
formerly "Reece & Lauren Play the Hits", EDM swagcore 420



Doors at 9:00
Show at 10:00

BYOT ((Bring yr own trash))

Friday, October 9 - Def Rain

Def Rain Def Rain

Voertman's Gallery presents Def Rain, Ethereal and the Queer Show, Pocket Change, Teen Slut, DJ Slush

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors


YOU LOOKING AT ME LOOKING AT YOU is a recursive interactive social event hosted by Voertman's Gallery. On the night of October 9th, Rubber Gloves will be transformed into a cyberpsycho environment. Attendees must wear reflective material of some sort in order to communicate with their surroundings. Attendees must document the event with their phones and upload the images to Instagram. A unique hash tag will be given out that night. But wait! The art continues ....... after the 9th, the performers will use the images uploaded to Instagram to construct their interpretation of the event. The recontextualized images will be printed and displayed in Voertman’s Gallery later in the month. Join us! Lets create the cyberpsycho pseudo-social real time physical-compu media art event together.

Saturday, October 10 - Second Chance Prom, feat. Purple

Second Chance Prom, feat. Purple Second Chance Prom, feat. Purple

35 Denton presents Second Chance Prom, feat. Purple, Well Hung Heart, Bad Beats, Hella Zealous, Goldenjoy

Who doesn't like a second chance? We sure as hell do, and we cannot wait to tell you all about it next to Sammy's locker after 3rd period. Join the fine people at 35 Denton, along with some of our favorite bands, for our Second Chance Prom event happening on October 10, 2015 at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios here in Denton, Texas.

Come fancy, dance all night, leave happy. We'll have a photobooth to capture your best prom poses before announcing the Second Chance Prom Queen & King. As if that wasn't, like, cool enough - there will be other fun surprises and contests throughout the night, too. Join Beaumont party rockers, Purple as they don the stage of RGRS along with former 35 Denton artists Well Hung Heart (Los Angeles), Bad Beats (Denton), Hella Zealous (Dallas), & GOLDENJOY (Denton).

You can snag your tickets now! In fact, if you purchase your 35 Denton 2016 festival wristband through
Pre-Kindle, you get in to the Second Chance Prom for free! Pre-Kindle will send you all the info upon receipt. You have until 7:00 p.m. on October 10, 2015 to make this sweet deal a reality, so hop on over to Pre-Kindle now while 3-day wristbands are still a steal for $45. Doors are at 7:00 p.m.. $10 Presale/$12 Door.

Just remember! No smoking in the boys room, and you better have her home by curfew! Mom (Uber) & Dad (Wandervan) will be around to cart your curfew breaking butts home, for nominal prices. Don't drink and drive, folks! We'll see you there.

Monday, October 12 - Hotel Broslin's Halloween Special

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Hotel Broslin's Halloween Special

  • free/$3
  • 9pm doors

Celebrate Hotel Broslin's 1 year anniversary and the Halloween season with a special screening of Tobe Hooper's 1974 masterpiece THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE. In addition to the feature we'll be showing some killer shorts, trailers, hosting a VHS/DVD/Record swap, along with other ghoulish goodies! Show up early to get some spooky swag and stay for the feature. Nothing could ever prepare you for the horror of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE!

Wednesday, October 14 - Psychic Killers

Psychic Killers Psychic Killers

Psychic Killers, Pleasure Principle, Bathhouse

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

Thursday, October 15 - Gentlemen Rogues

Gentlemen Rogues Gentlemen Rogues

Gentlemen Rogues, Cozy Hawks, Future Self

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Since early 2010, Austin TX-based Gentlemen Rogues have celebrated aggressive guitar pop, with punk-inflected energy, polished, precise songwriting, and hooks as sharp and sleek as the Rickenbackers they bang them out on. This is a four-piece for Now People, drawing inspiration from UK visionaries like The Who, Elvis Costello & the Attractions, and The Jam, while steadfastly blasting their own course through an American indie rock canon shaped by Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, Jawbreaker, and Superchunk. Collectively, Danny Dunlap (vocals, guitar), Cordon Simons (guitar, vocals), David Hawkins (bass), and Josh Power (drums) crank out catchy, amplified treble kickers, mixing powder keg intensity, classic melodies, and brash theatrics into a 200-proof distillation of brazen rock ‘n’ roll.

Consistently winning over audiences with their vital and urgent live shows, Gentlemen Rogues have shared the stage with such diverse musical outfits as the Lemonheads, Smoking Popes, Ultimate Fakebook, Field Music, Electric Six, The Soft White Sixties, Future of the Left, The Life and Times, Ume, Theophilus London, and The Dandy Warhols.

In their campaign to rule the airwaves, Gentlemen Rogues have garnered radio play throughout the United States on various college and Internet radio shows, as well as across the pond on BBC Radio 6's Tom Robinson Show. Having just completed their second UK tour, Gentlemen Rogues are set to release a brand new EP, A History So Repeating (End Sounds) on Tuesday, April 7th. This release finds the band blending lush, lyrical and instrumental, textures to create a sonic cocktail sure to intoxicate discerning ears.

Friday, October 16 - Total Unicorn

Total Unicorn Total Unicorn

Total Unicorn, Def Rain, Vogue Machine

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

Total Unicorn is a multi-disciplinary performance group integrating original electronic composition, interpretative choreography and vibrant animation and

Saturday, October 17 - Tele Novella

Tele Novella Tele Novella

Tele Novella, The Good English, Mink Coats, Lower Third

Tele Novella is a fresh strain of sugar-crash dream-psych popsicle punch out of Austin, TX with members of Agent Ribbons and Voxtrot.

Wednesday, October 21 - Froth

Froth Froth

Dallas Distortion Music presents Froth, Sealion, Dripping Wet

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors

Froth's debut LP, Patterns, was released in fall 2013 on Burger Records and Lolipop Records, and bared witness to the young group's rapid musical growth and developing ear for composition. A shimmering mix of jangly 12-string guitars and swirling omnichord sounds, the album offers plenty of moments of pure psych-pop bliss; however, the band also flirts with a darker, driving element that they have continued to explore on subsequent releases.

For their sophomore album, Bleak (LP and cassette out May 5 on Burger Records), Froth has largely traded in the sun-soaked 60s pop of their first long-player in favor of a maximalist shoegaze sound that combines screaming guitars with muscular drumming and throbbing, nervy bass lines. The result is a mature, confident record built upon tight songwriting and carefully honed tones. Lead singer and guitarist Joo-Joo Ashworth displays an equal knack for noisy, fuzz-driven leads and economic pop hooks, while drummer Cameron Allen holds down the beat with machine-like precision and bassist Jeremy Katz infuses the album with a unique groove that has become a necessary ingredient in Froth's signature sound.

With the arrival of a new record, Froth has also introduced a second guitarist, Cole Devine. The former Cosmonauts drummer and current Black Sea front man adds to the band's already rich textural palette, bringing his distinctive dream pop sensibility into the fold.

After tirelessly touring the U.S. and sharing the stage with scene standouts like The Growlers, The Dream Syndicate, La Luz, Mr. Elevator & the Brain Hotel, Mystic Braves and many more, Froth continues to attract new fans with their infectious music and high-energy live show. Recent stints across Europe and work with fashion legend Hedi Slimane have further cemented the band's reputation with an international audience. As always, though, Froth remains dedicated to pushing their own boundaries and exploring new sonic avenues, both on the road and in the studio.

Friday, October 23 - Tricot

Tricot Tricot

Tricot, Biographies, Halfsleep, Moon Waves

tricot is an experimental rock band from Kyoto, Japan created in 2010 by three talented female musicians: Nakajima Ikkyu (vocals, guitar), Kida Motoko "motifour" (guitar, vocals), and Sagane Hiromi "hirohiro" (bass, vocals). Previous drummer Kazutaka Komaki left in 2014 with no official replacement but live drummers have included Yuumi of FLiP and Yamaguchi Miyoko of detroit7.

The band has developed a unique mix of elements using their fragile but dynamic vocal styles combined with thrilling, unpredictable and addictive song transitions as they explore dreamy post-rock-esque melodies and the complex rhythms similar to math rock.

In 2012 and 2013, due to the well recieved singles, EPs and mini-album releases, they performed at several major festivals across Japan such as ARABAKI ROCK FEST, FUJI ROCK FESTIVAL, ROCK IN JAPAN, RISING SUN ROCK FESTIVAL, MONSTER BASH, WILD BUNCH FEST, SWEET LOVE SHOWER and more.

Not long after this was the arrival of tricot's debut full-length album "T H E" which followed another long and successful support tour, leading into the 2014 year with appearances around 5 countries during the "What's Ochansensu-Su!? tricot Asia Tour".

That same year the band appeared at four large festivals in Europe and show no signs of slowing down their rapidly expanding career.

The band's name is sometimes stylized as: トリコ (toriko)

Saturday, October 24 - Dirty Ghosts

Dirty Ghosts Dirty Ghosts

Dirty Ghosts, Thin Skin

In the three years since their acclaimed debut Metal Moon, Dirty Ghosts lead singer and guitarist Allyson Baker has stayed busy lending her talents to albums by !!!, Aesop Rock, Kelley Stoltz and others while taking Dirty Ghosts on several North American tours, Treasure Island Festival, Sled Island, Fun Fun Fun Fest and sharing stages with Thee Oh Sees, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Butthole Surfers, Peaches, Redd Kross, and more. Following up a live 7" released on Third Man Records, Baker and crew hunkered down to record the second Dirty Ghosts album. With nods to the synth punk sounds of Devo, the angular tension of Wire and Gang of Four and the refined melodies of The Pretenders and XTC, the result is a lyrically deep and musically frenetic sound. Joined by bandmates Tony Sevener (Honeycut, Tommy Guererro) on drums and Erin McDermott (Top Ten, Deadly Weapons) on bass, their new EP, which includes a remix from Tobacco and Mikey Young of Total Control is set to be released in July on Burger Records with their sophomore album on Last Gang Records in October.

In the three years since their acclaimed debut Metal Moon, Dirty Ghosts lead singer and guitarist Allyson Baker has stayed busy lending her talents to albums by !!!, Aesop Rock, Kelley Stoltz and others while taking Dirty Ghosts on several North American tours, Treasure Island Festival, Sled Island, Fun Fun Fun Fest and sharing stages with Thee Oh Sees, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Butthole Surfers, Peaches, Redd Kross, and more. Following up a live 7" released on Third Man Records, Baker and crew hunkered down to record the second Dirty Ghosts album. With nods to the synth punk sounds of Devo, the angular tension of Wire and Gang of Four and the refined melodies of The Pretenders and XTC, the result is a lyrically deep and musically frenetic sound. Joined by bandmates Tony Sevener (Honeycut, Tommy Guererro) on drums and Erin McDermott (Top Ten, Deadly Weapons) on bass, their new EP, which includes a remix from Tobacco and Mikey Young of Total Control is set to be released in July on Burger Records with their sophomore album on Last Gang Records in October.

Monday, October 26 - Twinsmith

Twinsmith Twinsmith

Twinsmith, Fun Button, William Austin Clay (ex-Blessin'), Field Guide

  • $3/$5 cover
  • 9pm doors

Alligator Years expands upon the charming surfy haze of Twinsmith's 2013 eponymous album and "Honestly" single, with the band pushing themselves musically while moving toward a more dynamic pop sound. Each diverse track is imbued with an individual voice and style, and ranges from propulsive, melodic rock ("Seventeen") to buoyantly playful pop ("Alligator Years") from soaring, sing-along retro pop ("Is It Me") to sumptuous, evocative new wave ("Constant Love"); from shimmery, summery pop ("Said and Done", "Haunts") to moody, slowburning ballads ("Dust", "Carry On"). There's a youthful sense of longing and exploration that permeates the album, which reflects on the highs and lows, advantages and disadvantages, hopes and fears of 20-something life with crafty, unassuming depth. Not just any band can examine anxiety, uncertainty, and commitment through tales of homicidal girlfriends and zombie apocalypses with such aplomb.

Written throughout 2014, Alligator Years was recorded in Omaha, NE and Des Moines, IA, with the production team of The Envy Corps' Luke Pettipoole and Brandon Darner, who's also worked with Imagine Dragons, as well as Micah Natera.

aka classic rock shredders

Tuesday, October 27 - Sound of Ceres (ex-Candy Claws)

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Sound of Ceres (ex-Candy Claws), The Van Allen Belt, Felt & Fur, Abacaba

Karen and Ryan of Candy Claws continue their exploration of dreamy nature discovered while transforming their sounds into a visual performance.

Wednesday, October 28 - Kevin Greenspon

Kevin Greenspon Kevin Greenspon

Kevin Greenspon, Kent Evans, Gin Hell, Ex-Muse Ensemble, Seth Shafer

  • $1/$3 cover
  • 9pm doors





kevin greenspon

kent evans

gin hell (jen hill)

ex muse ensemble (colton lytle, jolene masone, chaz underriner)

seth shafer

Thursday, October 29 - Sarah Ruth

Sarah Ruth Sarah Ruth

Sarah Ruth, Economist, NASA Rehab, Crisis Actor, Locations

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

It's the spookiest time of year. What better way to celebrate than with the ghosts of the past & the aliens of the future?

SARAH RUTH - Dust Bowl Noise, Storytelling Goddess

ECHONOMIST -Queertronic Unsettled Anxious Headnoise

NASA REHAB - Alien Drone from Untouched Galaxies

CRISIS ACTOR - Sinister Machinery

LOCATIONS - Ethereal Soundscapes Conjuring Beautiful Imagery


Doors at 9:00 pm

Friday, October 30 - He Whose Ox is Gored

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He Whose Ox is Gored

The Pacific Northwest has long been a stronghold for great heavy metal, and Seattle's He Whose Ox Is Gored is one of the region's best kept secrets. The band combines aspects of shoegaze, doom metal, and post-rock to make a hearty stew of delicious post-everything heavy metal. No doubt some of you reading this are the kind of troo metal lunkheads who recoil at even the slightest hint of experimentation, but if you philistines give the band a chance you might discover something new to enjoy.
- Shayne Mathis, Metal Injection

Saturday, October 31 - Terminator 2 (reunion!)

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Terminator 2 (reunion!), Visceral Cuts, Geistheistler, Heavy Baby Sea Slugs

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors





Terrifyting two-piece tells tales of terror at twilight. Soul-stealing songs synchronized to spine-tingling space cinema! All of your fears supplanted with despair, you cannot escape Visceral Cuts: In Space!



Thursday, November 5 - parquet courts

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parquet courts, party static, sin motivo, the noids

Little was said about Parquet Courts' debut effort, American Specialties. Released exclusively on cassette tape, the quasi-album was an odd collection of 4 track recordings that left those who were paying attention wanting more. A year of woodshedding live sets passed before the Courts committed another song to tape. The band's first proper LP, Light Up Gold, is a dynamic and diverse foray into the back alleys of the American DIY underground. Bright guitars swirl serpentine over looping, groovy post-punk bass lines and drums that border on robotic precision. While the initial rawness of the band's early output remains, the songwriting has gracefully evolved. Primary wordsmiths A. Savage and Austin Brown combine for a dynamic lyrical experience, one part an erudite overflow of ideas, the other an exercise in laid-back observation. Lyrically dense, the poetry is in how it flows along with the melody, often times as locked-in as the rhythm section.

"This record is for the over-socialized victims of the 1990's 'you can be anything you want', Nickelodeon-induced lethargy that ran away from home not out of any wide-eyed big city daydream, but just out of a subconscious return to America's scandalous origin," writes Savage in the album's scratched-out liner notes. Recorded over a few days in an ice-box practice space, Light Up Gold is equally indebted to Krautrock, The Fall, and a slew of contemporaries like Tyvek and Eddy Current Suppression Ring.

Though made up of Texan transplants, Parquet Courts are a New York band. Throw out the countless shallow Brooklyn bands of the blasé 2000's: Light Up Gold is a conscious effort to draw from the rich culture of the city - the bands like Sonic Youth, Bob Dylan, and the Velvet Underground that are not from New York, but of it. A panoramic landscape of dilapidated corner-stores and crowded apartments is superimposed over bare-bones Americana, leaving little room for romance or sentiment. It's punk, it's American, it's New York… it's the color of something you were looking for.

Friday, November 6 - Rozwell Kid

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Rozwell Kid, Mimisiku

Rozwell Kid is the rock'n'roll brainchild of Demon Beat drummer, Jordan Hudkins, who, with the help of his bandmates, creates music that honors the insouciant attitude of his LA post-grunge influences, without the sun-tanned decadence of some of his noise pop counterparts. Born and raised in West Virginia, Hudkins' landlocked upbringing is reflected perfectly on his soon-to-be-released, "Unmacho," which pairs music that bursts at the seams with restless energy and lyrics that grapple with the dark side of fun.

While playing drums and touring with The Demon Beat, Hudkins began writing his own songs, and in 2011, he recorded and self-released "Rozwell Kid LP". Drawing from a variety of musical influences, including 90's punk, Weezer, and the Broadway musicals he listened to as a kid, Hudkins' debut effort revels in its nostalgia, while showcasing Hudkins silly-in-all-seriousness writing style. In October of 2011, Hudkins hit the road with his newly assembled band, which includes Adam L. Meisterhans (also of Demon Beat) on lead guitar, Andrew LaCara on guitar and vox, Devin Donnelly on bass and vox, and Sean Hallock on drums.

Saturday, November 7 - NOTS


Transmission Events presents NOTS, Bad Beats, Bitch Teeth

NOTS are a 4 piece, all XX, “nuevo no wavo” band from Memphis, TN. Unpredictable guitars, celestial synths, and punctuated vocals swirl around the repetition of a powerful rhythm section to form a sound and a live show not easily classifiable but entirely addictive. Drummer Charlotte Watson and guitarist / frontwoman Natalie Hoffmann are the band’s two constants throughout a handful of roster changes. NOTS’ current lineup also includes Alexandra Eastburn on synth, an instrument she picked up to join NOTS and to record on their first full-length LP We Are Nots, and bassist Meredith Lones, another new Memphis musician, and the most recent addition to the band. NOTS’ newest punk-noise-psych-collision 7”, Virgin Mary, aggressively follows on the heels of their debut LP, foreshadowing an ever expanding experiment in direction of things to come for the band. Don’t miss out.

Sunday, November 8 - Girlpool

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Transmission Events presents Girlpool, Dripping Wet, The Single Issues

Girlpool is a Los Angeles based two piece made up of Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad. Having met at local DIY venue the Smell, the two quickly grew very close. Their sound is comprised only of a guitar, bass and vocal harmonies. The band uses this bare bones instrumentation to accentuate their vulnerable yet powerful lyrics to create honest pieces, tackling concepts ranging from awareness and respect to the simple feeling of being alone at a show.

Tuesday, November 10 - Tweak Bird

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Tweak Bird, Pearl Earl, Heavy Baby Sea Slugs

No fairy tale here folks. No love story to be told. Tweak Bird is two brothers in LA from Southern Illinois who just love to turn up and jam. Baritone guitar properly fuzzed, and an oversized drum kit passed down from the Melvins' Dale Crover make up the meatloaf, and the smooth yet broken tandem vocals drizzle the ketchup on top. Is it Filet Mignon? Nope! But who eat's that shit anyway? Its heavy rock with lite vocals. …are you getting this yet? Live shows are fun because you get the feeling that the hinges could come off at any moment. …and guess what? Sometimes it happens, and it's a total disaster, but, it's still more entertainment than a lame ass beep beep boop robot show. Plus Tweak Bird's not famous so you probably won't pay more than 10 bucks to seem them. Done deal.

Since 2008, the Bird brothers have released two full-length studio albums and two EP's. The band has also done some heavy touring in the last 5 years headlining in the US and in Europe as well as supporting tours with some slick acts like Tool, Melvins, Big Business, Black Mountain and Ted Leo and the Pharmacists.

Thursday, November 19 - Nervous Curtains

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Nervous Curtains, Glasir, Seres

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors

Defined by a unique blend of post-punk, cabaret, and goth rock, Out of Sync With Time collectively feels like something of a lucid dream. With no guitars, the record relies heavily on the juxtaposed contrast of chromatic treble on the keys countered by imposing synthesizers in the bass. Toss in a healthy dose of drum rolls, dirty percussion and emotional vocals and the resulting sound is a tantalizing, albeit disturbing, hybrid of The Birthday Party and The Cure. Yet at no point do the Curtains ever lean too far in one direction, but instead they maintain a sound which is distinctly and entirely their own. And while the vocals occasionally get drowned out in their own reverb (with sporadic assists from the synths), the gist of the lyrics is plain enough: surrealism and paranoia amidst cryptic cultural commentary.

Friday, November 20 - JT Habersaat (Stand Up! Records)

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Altercation Punk Comedy Tour presents JT Habersaat (Stand Up! Records), Lisa Friedrich (Hell Yes Fest), Mike Wiebe (Riverboat Gamblers)

ALTERCATION PUNK COMEDY'S JT Habersaat is a stand up comic based out of Austin, Texas who headlines and curates the Altercation Punk Comedy Tour. Grammy-winning label Stand Up! Records released his album Hostile Corporate Takeover in 2013 on boner-popping tricolor vinyl with cover art by the legend himself Raymond Pettibon (Black Flag / Sonic Youth, etc).

Some festivals JT has performed at include: Fun Fun Fun Fest Texas, Akumal Comedy Festival Mexico, Punk Rock Bowling Festival Las Vegas, The Fest Gainesville, Hell Yes Fest New Orleans and the traveling circus known as the Vans Warped Tour. His memory on a lot of these is a bit hazy.

Some people JT has shared the stage with include: Henry Rollins, Brian Posehn, Andy Dick, Jeanine Garofalo, Joe Sib, Kyle Kinane, Rob Riggle, Henry Phillips, Kristine Levine, Andy Andrist, Junior Stopka and his personal fave Doug Stanhope. That guy is aces.

JT has also performed comedy alongside bands like: Riverboat Gamblers, Off With Their Heads, Dead To Me, Lower Class Brats, MOD with Billy Milano, The Adolescents, Scream, Youth Brigade, Sloppy Seconds, The Revival Tour with Chuck Ragan and many more. No one threw anything at him.

He was also in some stuff on Comedy Central like 'Upright Citizen's Brigade' and acted in Troma's 'Citizen Toxie', although most of his scenes opposite Ron Jeremy can be found in the trailer so save yourself two hours. He's filming a new horror-comedy movie this fall in which he plays a serial killer. Go figure. He tours constantly and loves bourbon.

Saturday, November 21 - Attic Ted

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Attic Ted, Gay Cum Daddies, Lauren Belmore & Darcy Neal, Psychic Killers

  • $5/$7 cover
  • 9pm doors