Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 8 PM – 11 PM
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2019 Eraserhood Forever at Ruba Club
Presented by PhilaMOCA
Special Guest James Marshall (James Hurley from TWIN PEAKS)
Musical guest F__k You, Tammy
DJ @ThatsOurWaldo (Welcome to Twin Peaks)
Hosted by Ben Velvet
Doors 7:30 / $25 advance / $30 day-of
The 2019 Eraserhood Forever kicks off with a live performance from Brooklyn supergroup, Fuck You Tammy, performing the music of Julee Cruise, Angelo Badalamenti, and other TWIN PEAKS-related songs. Headlining the event will be TWIN PEAKS fan favorite actor James Marshall who will join us for an on-stage Q&A followed by a meet and greet. James is still cool, he’s always been cool.
NOTE: This year’s event will be held at Ruba Club while PhilaMOCA is temporarily closed.
Since 2012, PhilaMOCA has been hosting an annual David Lynch-themed celebration in honor of the neighborhood’s direct influence on his debut feature, ERASERHEAD. Past Eraserhood Forever guests and performers have included Sherilyn Fenn, Chrysta Bell, Xiu Xiu performing the music of TWIN PEAKS, and ERASERHEAD’S The Lady in the Radiator performing “In Heaven” with The Divine Hand Ensemble. The event has sold out every year since its inception and attracts David Lynch fans from all over the country.
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Trampled by Turtles are from Duluth, Minnesota, where frontman Dave Simonett initially formed the group as a side project in 2003. At the time, Simonett had lost most of his music gear, thanks to a group of enterprising car thieves who’d ransacked his vehicle while he played a show with his previous band. Left with nothing more than an acoustic guitar, he began piecing together a new band, this time taking inspiration from bluegrass, folk, and other genres that didn’t rely on amplification. Simonett hadn’t played any bluegrass music before, and he filled his lineup with other newcomers to the genre, including fiddler Ryan Young (who’d previously played drums in a speed metal act) and bassist Tim Saxhaug. Along with mandolinist Erik Berry and banjo player Dave Carroll, the group began carving out a fast, frenetic sound that owed as much to rock & roll as bluegrass.
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Varsity formed in 2013 when several Chicago musicians gathered for a “salon night” where friends shared stories and songs. Singer-keyboardist Stephanie Smith liked the sound of guitarists Dylan Weschler and Pat Stanton, and invited them to perform with her. The trio soon became a quintet, later adding Jake Stolz on drums and his brother, Paul Stolz, on bass. The band began playing shows around Chicago and, in April 2014, self-released their first EP, “Thanks for Nothing,” after recording it one weekend in the basement of Smith’s parents’ home. Since then, Varsity has found success with its indie-pop sound featuring the powerful driving vocals of singer/keyboardist Stephanie Smith with infectious guitar melodies and exciting rhythm. Besides sharing bills with performers like American Wrestlers, Alvvays, Courtney Barnett, The Hold Steady and Car Seat Headrest, Varsity has produced a number of digital releases— two complementary songs at a time in what they call digital 7”s—that have earned rave reviews and a growing audience with millions of plays on YouTube and Spotify. With their 2018 release Parallel Person on Babe City Records, Varsity brings their music to new depths that expr
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Random, aka Mega Ran, aka RandomBeats… Teacher, Rapper, Hero:
When LA Weekly said that Ran’s “fanbase and niche audiences are growing at a rate not seen since Tech N9ne,” they meant it. A former middle school teacher, Mega Ran (formerly Random) blends education, hip-hop and gaming in amazing new ways, penetrating the farthest reaches of the galaxy with his unique rhyme style and electric performances.
Wednesday, March 14 at 7 PM – 10 PM
Source: Danny Quimby Acoustic
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club / Night Beats at Union Transfer
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For 15 years, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has carried the torch for true rock and roll. The latest edition of the firebrand rock troupe, sees them at their most dynamic. Their sixth studio album, “Specter at the Feast,” ventures into diverse sonic territory, delivering their most ambitious offering yet. It’s an album of impossible dichotomies; opposing sounds amalgamate into a seamless, entirely coherent package, that rumbles with driving rhythms, and soars with skyward-arcing guitar howls. Robert Been delivers growling bass grooves on “Hate the Taste,” and Peter Hayes’ guitar wails on what may be their most hard-rocking song, “Rival.” Counterbalancing these frenetic outbursts are moments of star-gazing ambient textures, like the crystalline harmonics introducing the slinking album opener, “Fire Walker,” and the organ drones of “Returning.” There are moments of down-home blues paired alongside flailing punk bombasticism; gnarled dark rock shores upon uplifting, and optimistic anthems. Taking cues from all points of the band’s many years on the road, this record is the band’s most well-realized album to date. “We thought about making it a double album,” Been says of the many songs that were written for the record.
Wednesday, January 17 at 7 PM – 10 PM
The Naked Sun is gearing up for the release of their debut LP, War with Shadows, which will be out on January 26th, 2018.