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Event Archive - CREEPSHOW, RCR & HYPNOPHONICS: The Creepshow, Rude City Riot, The Hypnophonics

Mon. June 6th 2011 @  The Media Club (No Minors)
9 pm - 1:30 am doors at 8 pm
$13 adv $16 door
Tickets at: The Media Club, available online at (+ $2 sc per ticket)
Presented by: The Media Club, The Media Club
Stomp Records recording artists CREEPSHOW:
Since their inception, the band has brought their genre-defying blend of country-tinged, psycho punk rock n’ roll to over 25 countries worldwide with plans to conquer many more as soon as possible. Fronted by the fiery Sarah “SIN” Blackwood (guitar/vox) and backed by the swarthy Sean “Sick Boy” McNab (stand-up bass/vox), The Reverend McGinty (sermons/organ/vox) and the righteous Matt “Pomade” Gee, THE CREEPSHOW is an explosion of live energy that is a tasty treat for the ears and eyes alike.
Rude City Riot is sure to deliver the "Power-Ska" sound they are known for. RCR will be previewing tunes from their brand new album on Stomp called "Nothin But Time".
The HYPNOPHONICS from Montreal, also can be found on Stomp Records. Recently the band
has vowed never to play any poppy, sugar coated songs about "Zombies who ride around the graveyard all night in their '57 Cadillacs looking for their undead girlfriends before they end up in a switchblade rumble with a gang of Vampires..."
There cannot possibly be a better place to be on a Monday night in Vancouver


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Rude City Riot (Power-Ska)

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