Live In The Atrium: Warmduscher

Ages 16 and up
Thursday, October 19
Doors: 8:30pm Show: 9pm
Tickets $18 in advance/ $20 once doors open


" I like Warmduscher but I would have loved them when I was younger. I like the fact that they're so fucking difficult. They're a really hard sell - to the extent they make Fat White Family look almost normal by comparison - but by the same token a lot of the people... especially the younger ones, they don't get it. It's just a racket to them. There's no wider culture of having these bands like Velvet Monkeys, or Pussy Galore or Bong Water, or (early) Skull Flower, or Pere Ubu or whatever. You know, really difficult guitar bands that makes nearly everyone go: "What the fuck is this shit? Turn it off!!" The trouble is: we live in the most conservative times culturally. Anyway, must crack on. Have a good one on Sunday." John Doran - The Quietus
Buddha Trixie began as an innocent and informal outlet for childhood friends Andrew Harris and Dennis Moon to get together and play guitar, exploring a shared love for Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix. With his combination of some wicked Rock Band drum skills (once ranked as high as 16th in the world) and a natural need to perform, classmate and friend Daniel Cole was a perfect fit to man the drums and mic, joining the band in 2008. Their persistent friendship resulted in an organic chemistry, and what was strictly a hobby soon became much more. After honing their skills playing cover songs and unpolished funk jams, the three began to write original music. Then, in 2014, after the three went their separate ways for college, keyboardist/guitarist/all around player Kenzo Mann entered the fold, contributing a new dimension and some great hair to the band. With a zany tendency to change their aesthetic from song to song, the only constant with Buddha Trixie is what initially brought them together: a brotherly love for all manner of music.
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