Paper Mice / Lovely Little Girls / Frank n' Stein [Frank Rosaly, Jason Stein) / Unmanned Ship
Monday, Jul 16, 2012 9:30 PM CDT
Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL
21 years and over
Local stop-and-go post-punkers PAPER MICE smash together the musical intensity of a disjointed BLOOD BROTHERS release and the gruff vocals of a man who has just shot his last nerve, and are sure to inspire twitchy dance patterns, if not violent abandon and rioting in the streets for tonight’s free Monday. LOVELY LITTLE GIRLS transform child-like musical motifs into alien and frightening charges of dissonance, tangled polyrhythms and Catholic Church ceremony seriousness - all grounded in a love for catchy melodies...however convoluted they may be. FRANK N STEIN, the new project from FRANK ROSALY and JASON STEIN makes its Bottle debut and UNMANNED SHIP return using thick, repetitive bass lines and screaming guitars to bob heads and shake floors on their new LP out via Rotted Tooth Recordings and bring their wall of amps and stoner heavy sounds to shatter listener’s ears by opening here tonight.