Wednesday, 27 June 2012

glugglugglug

Video by Andrew Horn (our boo).

SLED ISLAND SLUTS

Drrrrrrrrunken interview in the parking lot of the Palomino after leaving our pubes all over the house mics.

photo cred: Taylor Burgess

ROBOTRIPPIN

Mosofest was awesome. Shavonne "accidentally" drank an entire bottle of cough syrup and date raped herself. Duhhhhhhh!


Sunday, 3 June 2012

Hey Saskatoon, you should cum see us rub our pussies all over this white dudebro fest! 

Also, this'll be your last opportunity to be graced by our presence, cuzzzzzz we've recently relocated to Montreal and won't be back for a long time. xox

man h8 4ever,
AP





Saturday, 16 June 2012 The CFCR stage at The Fez on Broadway

1:00 - The Dudes
12:00 - Ketamines
11:00 - Aunty Panty
10:00 - Auld Beak
9:00 - Before & Apace

Admission with Priority Pass (available through mosofest.com)
or $10 at the door

The Dudes
http://www.thedudesmusic.ca/

Since 1996, Calgary’s The Dudes have been melting faces with their no-holds-barred approach to ham-fisted drum fills and max-volume guitar riffs. Known for a wild live show – wherein it’s hard to distinguish if the audience or the band is having more fun – The Dudes offer up refreshingly hilarious lyrics to compliment their rock wattage.

Ketamines
http://www.mammothcaverecording.com/artist/ketamines

With their debut LP Spaced Out lauded by Pitchfork as “energetic and manic” and “fueled by a sugar high” The Ketamines are at the forefront of the new underground scene that is storming clubs and basement shows across Canada. Combining reckless punk attitude with pounding fun hooks, the band’s energetic live show lurches and oozes with perfect pop sensibilities. Backed by front man Paul Lawton’s Mammoth Cave records label, The Ketamines have since been picked up by premiere garage rock labels in the U.S. such as Hozac and Southpaw.

Aunty Panty
http://auntypanty.bandcamp.com/

Having relocated to Montreal from Saskatoon, minimalist weirdo-thrash duo Aunty Panty play jarring punk rock with a live set that typical devolves into screamy harshness, clangy guitars and the occasional onstage steamed wiener.

Auld Beak
http://auldbeak.bandcamp.com/

Having released a four-song EP on Calgary’s Bart Records, Saskatoon’s Auld Beak have since left behind their hardcore roots for a more pop-based destination without shedding their trademark grit and muck.

Before & Apace
http://beforeandapace.ca/

Saskatoon’s Before & Apace play complex and visceral guitar rock that defies conventional songwriting. The four-piece are in the midst of recording their debut full-length album.
 
We wrote a new song today and it's so fucking good. You're gonna shit yourself the next time you see us play. Sérieusement!