Friday, December 10, 2010

0 SHOW PREVIEW: Sex with Strangers, Nazca Lines, and PRINCESS at Rendezvous

Sex with Strangers straight up pulled a punk rock move. In the midst of the Your Village Sucks Festival, knee deep in metal and punk, Vancouver's (not the Vancouver in Washington you douche bags, nothing moves there, not even the people) Sex with Strangers ripped it up. There was no fear of sucking, they KNOW they don't suck. No intimidation - nothing! It was all S.W.S tearing it up. They ruled!

Gotta love the attitude. True punk ethos in effect.

Tonight Sex with Strangers are in town again and will be playing a bunch of new material, much of which will be included on their yet-to-be-titled next record due out in 2011 on Boutique Empire. For now you can pick up their “We Want the Fire – Night Versions” remix EP on the BE bandcamp site which features a special remix by ex-The Keeper mainman Andrew Chapman.

It just so happens that playing with and making their live debut tonight is Chapman’s new band Princess, a band sprouting from the ashes of that maniacal mayhem known as The Keeper and the scathing and sorely missed duo Mobile Slaughter Unit. In Princess, Chapman is joined by MSU guitarist Roddy Chops and MSU drummer Violet Severine Blanchard, as well as bassist Sam Wilder. Like heavy bands like the Melvins or miss MSU? You’ll dig Princess!

Sandwiched in between is local band Nazca Lines, who on January 31st will release a 3-track Matt Bayles produced EP via UK label Stressed Sumo. Nazca Lines was one of the killer bands who played down in the Cha Cha during this year’s Capitol Hill Block Party and cite Refused and Fugazi as influences on their noisy punk rock sound.

Sex with Strangers, Nazca Lines, and Princess play Friday, December 10th, at the Rendezvous for a measly $6 - definitely a bargain. Don't miss out on some antics.

The Keeper's last show!

Words by Jerry Howard
Videos by Jerry Howard (The Keeper and SWS)


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