Wednesday, October 12, 2016

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About Beverly Crusher

Acid Punk

Beverly Crusher

Beverly Crusher is a Seattle based band playing what they have coined as Acid Punk. As commanding as their namesake, their slick riffs and heavy shredding evoke flying car chases of the future. Pedal-to-the-metal bass playing by Max Stiles and the volcanic drumming of Sam Stiles are perfect ride-or-dies for Cozell Wilson’s ruthless guitar and vox. Formed in 2014, the trio offers heavy, high energy rock that's guaranteed to make your ears smirk.  Their latest album, Candy Crusher, released by Den Tapes, offers livid lyrics and in-your-face guitar solos, whether listening through headphones or headbanging at their live shows.

About Midnight Movie

Midnight Movie I know sometimes I come on way too strong,” singer Evan Stewart concedes on Midnight Movie’s debut EP, Home by 9, before resolving, “I’ll try to work on it.” Bursting with raw sincerity and frenetic energy, the Seattle-based power-pop trio is bringing that admission to life with a raw performance to remedy the anxiety of being in a new social situation. For Midnight Movie, it’s all about making the small daily changes: drinking less, staying in more, and going to bed on time. Sure, they might not have it all figured out yet, but they’re doing their best and having some fun along the way. And that counts for something, right?

About Dusty Cubby

Dusty Cubby Dusty Cubby is a Seattle based Emo band consisting of Cade Miller (Guitar and Vocals), Danny Schwartz (Bass and Vocals), and Kade Samson (Drums). The band formed out of a very forthcoming yet still peculiar craigslist ad posted by guitarist Cade Miller in the summertime of 2018. Since then the band has been consistently playing shows throughout the Seattle Tacoma area, Toured twice throughout the Pacific Northwest, and released a Brand New EP entitled “Fair Enough,” on January 11th, 2020. In support of the EP, Dusty Cubby will be on tour throughout the West Coast in the Summer of 2020.

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