Doors at 3:30pm MDT
Tickets $15 ($18.40 including fees and GST)
Originally hailing from the Boston DIY scene, Guerilla Toss are a highly rhythmic punk band that add a new layer of jubilant weirdness with each release. Held down by the consistency of Kassie Carlson’s mix of yelps and plain-spoken vocals as well as drummer Peter Negroponte’s primal polyrhythms, GTOSS has the freedom to stretch into psychedelics, funk and electronic sounds without losing their abrasive core.
Crawling out of a bar brawl in Quebec City, VICTIME make writhing, angular post-punk. Sporadic but focused, these captivating tracks are a toothless grin plastered all over your face. Put on your Docs or your dancing shoes—either way, you'll feel at home.
You haven’t lived until you’ve had your eardrum perforated by a surprise slide whistle solo at a Janitor Scum show. Antagonistically loud and completely unpredictable, Janitor Scum are taking songs about canned meats (Puritan brand, of course) and shopping carts to their shit-talking scuzz punk zenith.
Crom/Dam is the duo of guitarist T. and bassist S., but it wouldn’t be a stretch to imagine their self-deprecatingly lo-fi synth assault as a third member. The relatively new punk act thrash on their respective instruments wildly, while a backing track of near-malfunctioning programmed electronics add a sinister heft to their wall of sound. Having already sold out a VHS-cassingle and embarking on their first regional tour this summer, the game is theirs to lose.