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"THE SUBLIMINAL SUNDAY BBQ SHOW" SUNDAY AUGUST 11TH Doors 3:00pm / Show 4:00pm (over by 7pm) $12 Advance / $15 Door (Free BBQ!) BOTTOM OF THE HILL 1233 Seventeenth St, SF • 21+ (children welcome with parent) Bay Area post-hardcore quartet and recent Neurotic Recordings signing Ex Everything have hope for the future. The caveat? “Hope without action is meaningless”. For this band, action comes in the form of creation, and creation comes in the form of frenetic, raw music, full of rage but driving for change in the system and in our lives. Their debut album, Slow Change Will Pull Us Apart arrives 10th November via Neurotic Recordings. The band boasts current and former members of , , , Blowupnihilist, Less Art and others, but they will be first to admit that Ex Everything is very much its own thing. Jon Howell says, “It addresses the part of us that wants to write fast, chaotic, knotty, messy, pissed off music.” The music is a fusion of Dischord-influenced math rock and noisecore, a nuanced rage that refuses to accommodate the passive listener. The band’s true skill, though, lies in how their instruments interlock, the structuring of movements that grow songs from rotted dirges to triumphant war cries, rhythmic tension building until a riff explodes it into something unexpected and completely satisfying. Whilst the album is a depiction of people losing connection with each other, the shows that the band put on see their audiences coming together in catharsis and fighting back against this separation. “We want these songs to move people the way they move us,” Howell says. “Because this band is nothing without that.”
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21+ event
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Alcohol free event
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About
"THE SUBLIMINAL SUNDAY BBQ SHOW" SUNDAY AUGUST 11TH Doors 3:00pm / Show 4:00pm (over by 7pm) $12 Advance / $15 Door (Free BBQ!) BOTTOM OF THE HILL 1233 Seventeenth St, SF • 21+ (children welcome with parent) Bay Area post-hardcore quartet and recent Neurotic Recordings signing Ex Everything have hope for the future. The caveat? “Hope without action is meaningless”. For this band, action comes in the form of creation, and creation comes in the form of frenetic, raw music, full of rage but driving for change in the system and in our lives. Their debut album, Slow Change Will Pull Us Apart arrives 10th November via Neurotic Recordings. The band boasts current and former members of , , , Blowupnihilist, Less Art and others, but they will be first to admit that Ex Everything is very much its own thing. Jon Howell says, “It addresses the part of us that wants to write fast, chaotic, knotty, messy, pissed off music.” The music is a fusion of Dischord-influenced math rock and noisecore, a nuanced rage that refuses to accommodate the passive listener. The band’s true skill, though, lies in how their instruments interlock, the structuring of movements that grow songs from rotted dirges to triumphant war cries, rhythmic tension building until a riff explodes it into something unexpected and completely satisfying. Whilst the album is a depiction of people losing connection with each other, the shows that the band put on see their audiences coming together in catharsis and fighting back against this separation. “We want these songs to move people the way they move us,” Howell says. “Because this band is nothing without that.”
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