Who: Ryan Miller (guitar), Jon Scheid (bass), Phil Cleary (drums).
Sounds like: Steve Albini, Rick Froberg and Damon
Che soundtracking a disjointed art film about speed freaks careening
Slabtown1033 NW 16th Ave., 971-229-1455, slabtownbar.net. Noon-2:30 am daily. Look, there’s Punch Bowl Social’s more slick version of a fun center, or there’s the improvised, homegrown, cheap-as
If the name makes you uncomfortable, don’t worry: This buzzing New York punk band is already set to self-destruct.
Perfect Pussy is a band with an
expiration date. Or so says Ray McAndrew, guitarist for the Syracuse,
N.Y., noise-punk band, which, for the past six months, has been gaining
national attention f
Slabtown has changed, man. But don’t freak out—it has changed for the
better. The owners booted the video poker machines, presumably to make
room for more pinball and video games (this place is still like Chuck
E. Cheese’s for adults), upgraded the sound system a bit and
incorporated a wider range of music into the schedule.