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SAVAGE 20TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY
The Gories (US) + Holograms + L'obscurité + Viagra Boys + Giorgio Murderer (US) + Shady & the Vamp (CH) + Buck Biloxi & the Fucks (US) + Martin Savage Gang
-> lördag 25 juli 2015
Virkesvägen 9 C
120 30 Stockholm
120 30 Stockholm
Trashy bass-less Detroit garage punk band formed in 1986 by Mick Collins [vocals, guitar] (currently of The Dirtbombs fame), Margaret Ann O'Neill [drums], and Dan Kroha [vocals, guitar] (now with the Demolition Doll Rods). The band released 3 LPs and several 7 inch singles. They disbanded in 1993 and their blues influences have been identified as an important influence on several garage rock bands, such as The White Stripes. Collins went on to form Blacktop and, as aforementioned, The Dirtbombs. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Holograms are a band from Stockholm, SE .
They released the ABC City 7" through Captured Tracks in March 2012, also included on their first full length Holograms
http://holograms.se Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Rickard: synthesizer, guitar, vocals, programming.
Tess: guitar, vocals.
L'obscurité is a 3 piece band from Stockholm, Sweden formed in 2013 by Tess Törner (Kamikatze, Black Feet) & Rickard Folke (Boygirlme). In March (2013) they released their debute EP via Ljudkassett which sold out in less then a month. When clubs started booking them for gigs they realised that they needed a "real" drummer for a bigger sound, that was when Fredrik Berglund (The Scrags) joined.
Everyone in the band comes from completely different musical backgrounds, Tess who's been into the hardcore punk, Fredrik from the rock n' roll and Rickard who's more in to early synth-punk and goth. Together they form a perfect mix fro...
Giorgio Murderer is Buck Biloxi’s synthetic doppelgänger, doppelgängbanging all over the place. All over your face! Where Buck Biloxi’s guitars stumble and crumble, Giorgio Murderer’s cheap synthesizer burps and passes out. Confused malevolence remains intact. This four-song EP includes a cover / homage / tribute / re-enactment of Three-Six Mafia’s “Studio Time.” Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.