B BOYS + NANAMI OZONE + SOFT SHOULDER + DENT

Hi-Dreams Presents

B BOYS + NANAMI OZONE + SOFT SHOULDER + DENT

Visuals By: LIQUID VISIONS

Fri, April 20, 2018

7:00 pm

Valley Bar

Phoenix, AZ

Free

This event is 21 and over

Hi-Dreams & Select Present: FOUR-TWENNY SESH! 
feat. live music by B BOYS + NANAMI OZONE + SOFT SHOULDER + DENT
+ Hi-Dreams DJ Collective on the decks Allll Night!

+++ Live Visuals by: LIQUID VISIONS +++

Not gonna find a chiller spot to sink into some good music and funky dance vibes, sorry... Don't space on this, maaaaan!

B BOYS
B BOYS
Punk band from Brooklyn, New York, USA.
NANAMI OZONE
NANAMI OZONE
We've won a lot of awards.
SOFT SHOULDER
SOFT SHOULDER
"The only thing Phoenix, Ariz. is good for is drying your wet towels in under five minutes post-shower, bath or swimming pool, certain structures of golf course, and as the ancestral home of the Sun City Girls. Other than that … well, it’s a goddamn nightmare. And I lived in Dallas for two years, so I know. These wonderful mopes hail from Tempe, which I pray to the baby Jesus is better than Phoenix. Judging from these two tracks of thunder-mud, it either is, or Soft Shoulder’s Brainbombsy urk is a reaction to their surroundings. Either way, don’t ever move, people, but feel free to play in my living room whenever you like." - Still Single (regarding "People Problems" 7", 2010).

"The name of this Arizona band is ironic, for the thrash offered on this 7??? is closer to the feeling of having a cold shoulder turned on you. In that sense the two songs deliver on the angst you???d expect if you were experiencing ???people problems.??? It???s hard to make out the lyrics, but if noisy assault is what you???re in the mood for, here you have it." - KFJC (regarding "People Problems" 7", 2010).

"File it among your Lust/Unlust records and see if anyone notices." - Yellow Red Green (regarding "People Problems" 7", 2010).

"Notable is the guitar (bass?) tone, which manages to retain remarkable Shellac-like clarity even as everything—the instrument, the amps, the recording apparatus—is being punished. Side B is similar in tone, with more chaotic guitar leads and breaks. The goal seems to be clear—musicians striving to take whatever it is they’ve learned and unlearn it, to take what they’ve made and erase it. An intriguing sample of some no-wave punk from a relatively obscure corner of the continent." - Foxy Digitalis (regarding "People Problems" 7", 2010).
Venue Information:
Valley Bar
130 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ, 85004
http://www.valleybarphx.com/