Tickets are $5 ($3 with college ID)
Pie Face Girls:
Reared in the basements and houses of the Raleigh punk scene, Pie Face
Girls are a self-taught, self-actualized trio who make a habit of
disrupting conventions. Influenced by the grinding distortion of L7 and the
Melvins and the DIY showmanship of Bikini Kill and the Germs, Pie Face
Girls aim to leave an impression, period.
The Dinwiddies are a legendary underground rock and rock outfit from the
heart of America: Dinwiddie, USA.
Starting out on burgundy and then hitting the higher stuff, Drag Sounds
came from North Carolina, in the South. Trevor Reece and Mike Wallace met
as sidemen in a series of un-classy rock combos and questionable personal
judgments. Sharing an affinity for twin guitars and loudness bliss, they
got Big Star tattoos and took the road more rattled. 5 years on and more
band members than two hands can count, they’ve gotten used to still
existing, which is mostly what they know how to do. With one elbow in
downtown NYC circa 1970s, long legs stalking Memphis streets and scrounging
for drinks backstage at the Stones, their primitive, satisfying brand of
direct rock and roll has so far been captured on two proper LPS, and seen
live on stages across the American East and South. Today they team with
their brother Ezra Noble on the drums, and Drag Sounds plays a new sonic
for different times. Tomorrow’s out of tune but we still gotta try.