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Turbo Fruits, Hurry Up

MARK STOCK
9 pm., Saturday December 01 | $10.
Bunk Bar
1028 SE Water Ave.
 

[NEW SOUTHERN ROCK] Nashville’s Turbo Fruits incorporates two opposing forces with the release of third full-length Butter. On the one hand, it’s produced by Spoon’s Jim Eno, a wizard in the studio and standout drummer. On the other, it’s released via Kings of Leon’s record label, the ever-insufferable band known most recently for being shat on by pigeons. That said, Turbo Fruits comes out on top, crafting a punk-inspired brand of basement rock that pulls equally from the Hives and from the Walkmen. It’s the raucous, free-wheeling, occasionally surf-y type of rock that extends bar tabs well into closing time.



Where: Bunk Bar
Phone: 894-9708
Address: 1028 SE Water Ave.
Website: bunkbar.com

 
 

Bunk Bar

1028 SE Water Ave.
Portland, OR
97214
 
3 pm-2 am nightly.
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