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Friday
27
APR

Glacier / Lume / REZN / Kind King

19:00
23:00
The Democracy Center
Event organized by The Democracy Center

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This show is a benefit for Boston Area Rape Crisis Center – find out more about what they do at http://barcc.org

Young Epoch presents:

Glacier (Boston, MA)
Brooding, funereal post-metal compositions of Tolkien-esque length and scope. Not for the faint of heart
http://glacierma.bandcamp.com

Lume (Chicago, IL)
New LP out soon on Equal Vision Records. Slow, deliberate, emotive and stunning, must be seen to be believed
http://lume.bandcamp.com

REZN (Chicago, IL)
Heavy psych taken to its logical end. One minute you're in hell, the next you're in freaking outer space dude
http://rezzzn.bandcamp.com

Kind King (Boston, MA)
First show – dynamic post-rock with a jazz fusion/progressive bent. The power of the jam compels you
http://kindking.bandcamp.com

$8-10 sliding scale, proceeds go to benefit BARCC and to keep the touring bands on the road. Dig deep my pals

NO DRUGS/ALCOHOL – infractions jeopardize the gig for everyone, you’ll be asked to leave if you're caught (this doesn’t mean “don’t get caught”...just don’t do it)

Flyer by Sophy Tuttle Art (http://sophytuttle.com)

The Democracy Center is partially wheelchair accessible but there is no accessible bathroom on site. Daedalus (next door) has an accessible bathroom for DC patrons to use. Contact info@democracycenter.org for more info on our ongoing plans to make the space more accessible.

The DC strives to provide a safe(r) space for all ages, drug free benefit shows with an emphasis on DIY ethics. We ask that everyone who attends and plays here be aware of the language they use and how it might affect others; racist, sexist, heterosexist, transphobic, ableist, or otherwise oppressive attitudes are not welcome. Please hold each other accountable so that all who come to the DC feel supported and welcome.