ROYAL TEETH

ROYAL TEETH

Gentlemen Hall, Mister Loveless

Wed, January 2, 2013

8:00 pm

Rickshaw Stop

$10-12

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.

ROYAL TEETH
ROYAL TEETH
Royal Teeth's six members come from three cities across Southern Louisiana, a state known for its colossal musical output over the centuries. Now residing in New Orleans, their beat-centric sound is a technicolor addition to the legacy of Louisiana.

On Act Naturally, the vocal duo of Gary Larsen and Nora Patterson provide heartfelt lyrics as the musicians travel through lavish, synth-infused soundscapes, boasting a brand all to itself that's not quite "dance pop" and not quite electronic.
Gentlemen Hall
Gentlemen Hall
A group of troublemakers living on the same floor in a college dorm were labeled "the gentlemen down the hall" in one of many complaints to the Resident Director about their loud jams and parties. Soon thereafter, the same group of jabronis organized the chaos into their own infectious brand of synthpop and rock. Their music has lent itself to high-energy live performances, earned them a VMA for MTV's Best Breakout Boston Artist of 2009 and the Boston Phoenix's Best New Act of 2010 (along with a signature smoothie at local Ben & Jerry's locations... help out the kiddies and buy one! A dollar from each goes to the Community Music Center of Boston!)
Mister Loveless
Mister Loveless
Mister Loveless are a 4-piece rock band founded in 2003 by high school friends Rob Miller and Charlie Koliha in a sleepy suburb of San Francisco called Walnut Creek. Loveless (as those familiar with the band refer to them) grew from an angular, post-punk act to a sonic territory all their own. The group currently resides in Oakland.

Mister Loveless have influences that range from the melodic tension building dynamics of the Pixies, to the crooning testimony of The Smiths. They have the ability to move the listener into a frenzy and celebration of youth and disorder then, within moments, take them to the brink of solemn tears. In this double nature, one of joy and regret, that leads to spectators to put their drinks down and approach the stage with moth-like tragedy.

Mister Loveless released Grow Up on Sept. 11, 2012. The album will stand as a call to arms and a challenge to a generation that will have to make it’s place in the world and make it their own.

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