Saturday, February 23, 2013
Death Hymn Number 9 + The Ugly Kids In-Store Tonight @ 7pm
February 23rd, 1896: The tootsie roll was invented by Austrian immigrant Leo Hirschfeld.
February 23rd, 2013: Death Hymn Number 9 and The Ugly Kids are coming to play an in-store at Origami at 7pm.
Coincidence? I think not! Which is why you should "tootsie roll" on down to OV tonight!
Death Hymn Number 9's sound could best be described as psycho-surfabilly. They've got elements that remind me of bands like The Shrine, The Cramps, and Nobunny, and it really revs us up here at OV. They recently made a bold statement on their controversial Facebook page stating: "...boring bands are out and super rad bands are in." I think they're on to something.
The Ugly Kids describe their sound as: "A tape deck stuffed with magic mushrooms and a warped Satanic Warmaster Tape." If you're a fan of lo-fi surfy garage pop, then this group of so-cal shredders are right up your musical alleyway.
So if you would like to eat an OV Sandwich prepared on Death Hymn and Ugly Kids artisan style bread, then we'll see you tonight at 7pm. In the meantime, stop being a kook and listen to Death Hymn Number Nine's "Gospel" and The Ugly Kids "With You" down below and we'll see you at the shop.