THOSE DARLINS

THOSE DARLINS

Pangea, Heavy Cream

Fri, November 9, 2012

9:00 pm

Rickshaw Stop

$12.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is all ages

There's a 6 ticket limit for this event per household, customer, credit card number and email address. Patrons who exceed the ticket limit can have their order cancelled automatically and without notice.

THOSE DARLINS
THOSE DARLINS
Oh! you pretty things…Summer's dead and things are gonna get grisly. Those Darlins deliver a new song just in time to celebrate the end of summer fun. The backyard barbecues, swimming holes, and bikini lined lovers are gone and they're not coming back. Carrying on the grand tradition and spirit of the recently passed Charlie Louvin, "Summer's Dead" is Those Darlins' offering to the pantheon of the American murder ballad. Fitting for your upcoming Halloween festivities and inspired by a gruesome murder and Francis Bacon's provocative paintings, "Summer's Dead" is a rock n roll ride through an unruly banquet of deadly seduction. Forget about summer's past and follow Those Darlins straight through to Halloween.

“Those Darlins come off like the toughest, most dangerous group around. They deliver thrilling song after thrilling song that’ll have you hyping them to all your rock & roll friends as soon the album stops spinning.” --ALL MUSIC GUIDE

“Hooky, saucy, punky songwriting in a mood somewhere between Be Your Own Pet and the Donnas, only savvier. Those Darlins have mouths on them, yes they do. But their mouths are connected to their hearts and minds, and amped by loud guitars” --ROBERT CHRISTGAU A-, NPR’s ALL THING CONSIDERED

“An instant garage/power-pop classic that would make everyone from Iggy Pop to King Tuff proud.” --PASTE: 8.5 out of 10
Pangea
Pangea
From Los Angeles by-way-of Newhall, Pangea play poppy, snotty, shitty, fitty, punky, stunky garage-pop and roll. est. 2005. With a new album on Burger Records!

"This is severely fun LA bubblegum punk. A really strong album and I would highly recommend it to people who dig Ty Segall, Wavves, Nobunny, or Mean Jeans. " --Vice
Heavy Cream
Heavy Cream
Just when you were beginning to think the future of underground music belonged to MicroKorgs and looped nonsense, Nashville’s Heavy Cream are back with a new album to remind you that the two and a half minute rock and roll blast is alive and well.

The new album (produced by Ty Segall and recorded by Eric Bauer in San Francisco) doesn’t have a song longer than three minutes, but every track on Super Treatment packs the garage punk punch Heavy Cream created on 2010’s Danny and then some.

With Tiffany Minton on drums, the girls added Seth Sutton on bass (the mastermind behind Useless Easters) and the result is a much tighter rhythm section, easily noticed in Tunnel Vision and TV Preachers.

"Infinity Cat's answer to The Runaways: playing quick, straightforward, Ramones-y numbers with plenty of bopping energy and little pretense." --Nashville Scene

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Venue Information:
Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
http://rickshawstop.com