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Event Archive - Lightbulb Vaporizer, La Chinga, Lustre Creame, Tables Ladders & Chairs

Sat. November 24th 2012 Railway Club (No Minors)
10:00 - 3:00 doors at 8:30
Presented by: Mitch Ray

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Music: Funk / R&B, Pop / Rock / Indie
Late show: Lightbulb Vaporizer, La Chinga, Lustre Creame, Tables Ladders & Chairs
Doors: 8:30 pm. Admission: $10
The word on Tables Ladders & Chairs is that you would be ill-advised to miss out on seeing them rip it up live. High energy and truly unique, they produce copious amounts of technically sound funk-rock-heaviness with a healthy dose of psychedelic sauce. Do not make the mistake of pussy-footing into their set or you will find yourself unable to cope.
La Chinga are righteous descendants of the all or nothing days of riff-laden dirty heavy blues rock. An old school power trio with gunslinger bravado. They have a habit of mesmerizing every single person within earshot and giving people no choice but to dig in to the greatness. La Chinga serve as a stellar reminder of a time and place long gone but never forgotten. These tunes are meant to be experienced live.
To put it gently, Lightbulb Vaporizer are fucking incredible. Full blown disciples of improvisation in it's most raw and limitless form. You don't know what you're about to see, because every time they jam they explore the nether regions of the sonic landscape and threaten to distort the crowd's sense of reality. It's a band of brilliant musicians who defy convention and theory with reckless abandon, forcing one to re-examine all prior notions of musical excellence. Please do yourself a favour and check out the skull-melting guitar virtuosity. Lightbulb Vaporizer. Psych jams to the moon, carried in the ever-warm embrace of the groove.
The last time Lustre Creame played The Railway, no one had really heard of these guys from Lethbridge. By the end of their set, everybody was jam-packed to the front of the house, and by the end of the night everyone was asking when they'll be back. Well, Lustre Creame is back and everyone who missed out last time now have the chance to make good on past indiscretions. A very unique band that dives head first into heavy rock and unorthodox progressive song structures. Their sound is eclectic to say they least, and their technical proficiency is clear for everyone to see.


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