35 East 13th Street
New York City, New York


Another rare double bill so perfect we couldn't say no . . .

Live @ SHOUT!

from Nottingham UK

It seems the next round of Brit rock may be getting over a little phenomena that has obsessed indie rock for the past several years with increasing frenzy: hype. Bypassing the synth-y sounds and Stroke-isms that saturate nightclubs in downtowns the world over, Nic Armstrong & the Thieves bring rock back to the basics while preserving the elements of youthful energy and dance. Fresh off tour with the latest flavor (Louis XIV) and headed towards a stage where most folks will be asking "Nic who?" (Coachella), the future is looking bright for Nic Armstrong & the Thieves.


from San Francisco CA

Unabashedly retro, Parchman Farm have somehow tapped into a sound often cited but rarely attempted: heavy psyche. Parchman Farm encapsulates a time when Vanilla Fudge and Blue Cheer were the respective kings of East and West Coasts, when vocalists aspired to Leslie West's bellows and Rob Tyner's gruff wails and guitarists concoct the craziest, longest drawn out riffs they can think of. Check these guys out and get a first hand experience of the sort of fury that spawned an ugly, angry child called Heavy Metal. 11 PM Sharp.

and of course, The NOTORIOUS SHOUT! DJs, commandantes of boogie, raise the spectre of GUERILLA DANCEFLOOR ASSAULT

Shout! Every Sunday Bar 13 35 E 13th St NYC Doors 10 PM No Cover shoutnyc.org
mailing list: [email protected]


- Sunday 4/15: the Rock n' Roll Soldiers
- Shout! Memorial Day featuring the return of Miami's Unstoppable PopLife DJs

Added by togetherness on April 19, 2005

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