Tonight In Seattle (9/13): Champagne Champagne, Dull Knife, John Sinclair and morePosted by Mark Naborczyk
Champagne Champagne, Kung Foo Grip, Metal Chocolates @ Barboza | $10 | 8pm | 21+
Tonight in Seattle Champagne Champagne are bringing their unrelenting punk-rap party to the basement of Neumos. Strap yourself in tight because these shows get wild. With Kung Foo Grip and Metal Chocolates opening it’s going to seem like the weekend came a few days early.
*note this show was moved from Neumos to Barboza. All tickets will be honored*
Dull Knife, Case Studies, Perpetual Ritual, Baby Guns @ Chop Suey | $7 | 9pm | 21+
This line-up is a dream come true for those of you that like loud, loud shows. From the dark metallic drones of Dull Knife to the loud washes of noise that Perpetual Ritual weaves throughout their psych-pop tapestry – I’d highly advise you to prepare your ears and body to be thoroughly shaken all night long.
Gladiators Eat Fire, Ocelot Omelet, Omega Moo @ the Funhouse | $5 | 9:30 | 21+
Judging by reviews and on-line comments, “melting faces” seems to synonymous with this entire line up. It’s going to be another night of mind bending rock and punk at the Funhouse!
John Sinclair, Simon Henneman Quartet @ Black Lodge | 8pm
From managing the MC5 to having John Lennon write a song about him, John Sinclair has become an almost mythical creature in the history of rock. Tonight he’ll be doing a set of poetry readings and spoken word backed with live music by The Damn Shame which includes members of Midday Veil and Rose Windows