FRI 30/10/2015 – 20H00 | 8€
Madame Moustache presents
20H10 – BURNT ONES Vs CREEPING PINK (US – lofi indie rock)
21H00 – THE GARDEN (US – neo-punk)
New album ‘haha’ available 9th October on Epitaph/Burger Records.
West Coast neo-punk twins, moonlighting models, and provocateurs, The Garden represent a new, youthful punk scene of the West Coast, with their DIY principles, and ability to exploit some previous sixty years of music and fashion to their advantage.
Fact is, The Garden don’t give a shit what you think, they’ve been conceptualizing their own style since well before the formation of the band in 2011.
The constantly evolving duo of identical twin brothers; Wyatt (bass) and Fletcher (drums) Shears, from Orange County, CA consistently defy genre and categorization, so much so, that they created their own term Vada-Vada* to define their sound and escape being pigeonholed. Their minimalistic two-piece bass and drums essence is dirty, raw and immediate. They strip away everything unnecessary about modern punk and get straight to the heart of it.
The Garden’s shows are experiential and powerful. Arresting a sense of urgency, they throw you heavily into their parallel world of vada-vada. The duo seduce their audience onto a carnival ride of sound and movement that stops as abruptly as it starts; it’s just a close approximation of The Garden experience.
*Vada-Vada: “an idea that represents pure creative expression, that disregards all previously made genres and ideals”- Wyatt Shears (The Garden) 2015
“Creeping Pink’s “Mirror Woods” LP is out of mind and into time this week and is a suggested soundtrack to coast-less heartland chooglin and the agricultural periphery parade of psychic flatland freedom. This is 4-H-Fi for stone skippers and quarry dippers, rusting off the Belt, searching for a pulse through the muggy atmosphere of confusion.” William Keihn