Wednesday, November 25th, 2009:
295 Treadwell Street
$12 - 7:00PM - All Ages
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Per Manic: "WE WILL BE CLEARING EVERYTHING OUT OF THE ROOM AND THIS WILL BE CRAZIEST SHOW EVER."
Melt-Banana is a Japanese noise rock group founded in 1992 by friends attending Tokyo University for Foreign Language. Their hyperactive music palette draws influences from experimental rock, grindcore, no wave, psychedelia, hardcore punk, and post-punk.
Shortly after experimental rock avatars Arab on Radar disbanded in late 2002, vocalist/guitarist Eric Paul set about forming his next project, the Chinese Stars. Paul recruited Arab on Radar drummer Craig Kureck, former Six Finger Satellite bassist Rick Ivan Pelletier, and guitarist Paul Viera to complete the unit. While the Chinese Stars were slightly more conventional than Arab on Radar's provocative chaos, the band was noisy and weird enough to find a home on Skin Graft/Three One G, which was also home to Paul and Kureck's previous band.
Brava Spectre are a spazz jazz / art grind / noise-metal bebop quartet from New London, CT. This will be the CD release for the bands first full length album.