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Black Pus, Deep Fried Boogie Band

ROBERT HAM
9 pm., Thursday May 16 | $8 advance, $10 day of show.
Bunk Bar
1028 SE Water Ave.
 
[VISCOUS AND DANGEROUS] Black Pus is the stomach-curdling name of the solo project from Lightning Bolt drummer Brian Chippendale, and like his other musical efforts, the sound of All My Relations, his latest album, is meaty with occasional gristly spews of manic drums and bass tones that will have your intestines threatening to prolapse. This is no full-bore sensorial assault, though. There are enough shades and textures on the album to chew on for days on end. Sharing the bill is Deep Fried Boogie Band, the psych-explosion supergroup featuring Sam Coomes of Quasi.



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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