an American experimental music duo from Austin, Texas formed in 2013, composed of vocalist Leo Ashline and multi-instrumentalist Shaun Ringsmuth. Their style is extremely abrasive, characterised by industrial rhythms, use of screamed vocals, samples of both noise and synthesizers, and nihilistic lyrics. Street Sects place their work within the categories of electronic, noise, punk, hardcore, industrial, sample-based, power electronics and rock. Their label, The Flenser, described their music as "a feverish marriage between industrial music and punk rock" ... "utilizing frantic, uncompromising rhythms and a variety of nightmarish samples".
In conjunction with HNAF Just Guys Being Dudes presents the Belmont Banger. A front yard showcase of local bands and artists. Bands will perform on the front porch. Artists and merch tables can setup on the front lawn. Lineup and artists TBA. BYOS (bring your own shit). Event is free but feel free to throw money at the performers and artists.
Just Guys Being Dudes (michaelkolesky.bandcamp.com)
Those Hounds (thosehounds.bandcamp.com)
Sros Lords (sroslords.net)
Friends of Dennis Wilson (friendsofdenniswilson.com)
Steve Harvey Oswald
Detroit #Sci-Fi /#Fantasy/#SlimerNetik/#Orcadellic/#Claw vs, Talon/# Decimate wave/#Magic Wave/#Goradellic/#Cyberdragoncore/ GarageCore .....Punk Rock band .....
Opens for ....
UNCLE JIMBO'S NEW ART BAND called.....
(WHO KNOWS WHAT WILL HAPPEN!!!!)
3 Bands..... GET WILD...
.. And please share!!!
Jamie has something up his sleeve...
BE there when his sleeve is revealed!!!
“check out sros lords for a bit of fall-meets-The Mars Volta Godliness”
- NME (Sep 20, 2014)
there's no denying the garage influence on the album - not the 'safe' garage of, say, The White Stripes, but the edgier, raw stuff of the aforementioned Coachwhips (in fact, Sros Lords could be the natural successors to John Dwyer's current band Thee Oh Sees)”
- andy, Dayz of purple and orange (Jul 12, 2015)
“'What set this band apart is the out of this world synth overlaying the wild garage punk rock sound. '' ''Sounding like the party soundtrack to a 70’s sci-fi comic book, Sros Lords was an amazing show to start the night.''”
- sam lipp, national rock review (Sep 04, 2015)
““Dragonflex”: This song opens up with a Sabbath-y guitar riff, and tells a mythic and mystic story just like Sabbth. It’s perfect for a Dungeons and Dragons session playlist!”
- Chauna W., Lovely Talks Heavy (Jul 08, 2015)
casino //\ texture and sound \ \ light and pattern
An exploration of the subconscious, Casino dives deep into waves of psychedelia and fields of nostalgia, using effected guitar, synth, melodica, flute, electronics, field recordings, cymbals, bells, chimes and rattles to weave together layers of light and dark sounds, explosions of static, wah funnels and cymbal swells, pulling the listener inwards. We wanted to somehow create raw expression and a sense that everything is connected and struggling together as one voice.