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Sunday
29
APR

FINAL RITES (free gig) - Riff Bastard live & Damn Craters live

18:00
23:00
The Golden Fleece pub
Event organized by The Golden Fleece pub

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Hello You!

Are you really, seriously f*cking dreading turning 30? How about 40? 50? Shouldn’t be a thing, right? So, this one girl figured, what if she just didn't accept that to be a thing, but alternatively, do a different thing. Like a birthday-thing to end all birthdays before another something-O thing happened. And if that was gonna be a thing, in parallel, see some local bands she thought everyone should really see at least once. (As in, if you haven’t seen them yet: Educational gap right there.) Specifically these guys:


RIFF BASTARD (live)
In their own words: "Riff heavy, groove laden, no bullshit hard rock." We agree.
https://www.facebook.com/heavysheeet/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWU7grL_dIE

DAMN CRATERS (live)
Most people would probably say Stoner Rock / Metal, but rather than pre-pigeon-holing them, you best go & make up your own mind, isn't it.
https://www.facebook.com/damn.craters/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1Kd_6J-Mcs

(Or the other way around, cause double headline thing.)

+ djs (...as in mostly varieties of Metal - Post, Doom, Sludge, etc pp, Sunday music. Mind, Sarah might make them play Men at Work when she's drunk & Issac has a Dashboard Confessional song stuck in his head.)


Anyway, how about, instead of getting all miserable & crying into your beer now, cause you just realised turning something-O again is gonna happen to you too, one day & there’s absolutely nothing you can do about that, you just tag along to this thing. Make it your thing. Make yourself feel better. Do a drunk. Get annihilated, if you must. Not just cause we said so, but also cause it's common knowledge that live music & boozes (And petting dogs. There may be dogs!) genuinely are the only things that can soften the existential dread the idea of turning something-O at some point being a thing has just instilled in you.

Bonus points for counting the number of times we just used the term "thing" in two paragraphs.

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