“With infectious tunes, a jaw-dropping stage show and equal doses of hits and hugs, Sick Puppies are striking a blow against the horde of faceless modern rock bands that are virtually all the same.” [from Wagatail's website.]
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Grab you flip flops and head on out to Tybee Island next Friday for fun on the beach. We are not talking about splashing in the waves or walking along the shore, we are telling you to go rock out to the metallic guitar strings of Soul’s Harbor and Savannah’s own Brokn Tyme.
The Rock House on Tybee Island will host Jagermeister next Friday, April 2nd, 2010. The Rock House invites you to come out and rock out to the powerful musical explosion of raw talent.
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Critically acclaimed Dead Confederate, a psychedelic, rock, and blues fusion band with a southern drawl plays the Jinx for the first time, with Futurebirds and Twin Tigers of Athens.
For more info: 912.236.2281
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How can I explain Captured! By Robots to you? Are they a band? Sorta. Are they performance art? Kinda. Are they comedy? A little. Do they involve robots? Why, yes they do!
The backstory of Catured! By Robots says that JBOT (former bassist for the Blue Meanies), a lonely scientist, couldn’t get along with other humans. He decided to build a robot band to play with instead.
However, his creations revolted against him. They took control of our human hero with an implanted “Biocerebral Chip” and torture him physically and verbally during the shows that they force him to play. The robots, GRTBOT and DRMBOT, plan to one day overthrow and enslave the humans of the earth. Seriously, they have a guidebook for their fellow robots on the website that is fairly disturbing. The lineup also includes the AUTOMATOM on drums, The Ape Which Has No Name on tambourine (he loves you), and the Headless Hornsmen. Meanwhile, our poor JBOT is strung up, his intestines on display, made to flail and thrash wildly during songs, due more to robot-inflicted pain than hitting the switches and levers to control the robot musicians, I am sure. He seriously brings the one-man-band concept into the future.
If you want to witness Captured! By Robots, you can do so this Saturday at The Jinx. Show starts at 11 pm and tickets usually sell out, so get yours now. $10 in advance (available at the bar), $12 the night of the show. Go now, puny human!
Oh, and don’t try joining their fanclub. They don’t need fans, they need HUMAN SLAVES.
[Photos courtesy of www.capturedbyrobots.com]
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