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★ ELECTRICA GALLERY ★
Is going to have an Art Exhibition Pop-Up at DADA
〉Thursday, July 27th, 2017 at 7pm
〉Original Paintings, Photography, Mono-Prints, Pop silkscreens, Limited Editions
〉DADA is a restaurant & lounge with a comfortable, home-like atmosphere bringing amazing food, drinks, art, music and culture to Delray Beach since 2000.
52 N Swinton Ave
Delray Beach, Florida, FL 33444
For more information about the show:
〉email firstname.lastname@example.org 〉phone 954.440.5065
Friday nights at Camelot we encourage all ladies to Get Nauti! Enjoy a complimentary bottle of champagne for groups of ladies 4 or more, with a table reservation before Midnight. DJs Josh Blanding and Michael Mayo will be playing your favorite tracks on the turntables so you cut a rug until 4 am. $175 Tito’s Handmade Vodka bottle specials all night long.
Welcome to an evening of burlesque & dance! This month we are exploring American Pulp! Pinup, noir & all the funny, dark & sexy we can muster. There will be beautiful babes dancing, handsome hunks struttin & drunk specials w delicious grub to keep the hungry beast in you happy.
Public Sounds Collective is an eclectic mix of funk jazz and soul that will have you grooving along with us from the moment you hear us. From our catchy melodies and intriguing renditions of covers to our energetic solos there’s something any music fan will appreciate.
Public Sounds: https://www.facebook.com/publicsounds/
Fresh off a recent rare live performance in Miami, reunited sludge band Cavity, now Cavity A.D., will perform at Respectable Street on July 29, marking the first West Palm Beach appearance by the influential Miami-based sludge outfit in almost two decades. Cavity A.D. is currently supporting their first album album in 16 years, After Death, released on Valley King Records on January 2, 2017. Cavity A.D. is joined by German noise rockers Ten Volt Shock, Swiss punk outfit Yc-Cy, and Kill Your. Doors open at 8 p.m. Cover is $10 and fans ages 18 and over are welcome.
Renowned for its pioneering take on Black Sabbath-inspired, down-tuned metal sludge, Cavity was formed in Miami, FL in 1992 by bass player Daniel Gorostiaga and vocalist Rene Barge. Throughout the band’s history, Cavity has hosted a rotating lineup of noteworthy Miami musicians, including Raf Luna (The Crumbs), Jason Landrian (Black Cobra), Anthony Vialon (Floor, Load), Juan Montoya (Torche, MonstrO), Betty Monteavaro (Holly Hunt), and Steve Brooks (Floor, Torche). After ten years of critically acclaimed singles and albums on Hydra Head Records, artist Frank Kozik’s Man’s Ruin, and Bacteria Sour Records, among others, and extensive touring, Cavity broke up in 2002. The band recently reunited for a limited series of one-off performances, beginning in 2015. The current lineup includes Gorostiaga, Barge, guitarists Ed Matus and Andrew McLees, and drummer Rick Smith.
Ten Volt Shock is a fiercely independent noise rock outfit from Freiburg, Germany. The band consists of lead singer and guitarist Frank Otto, Mario Störkle on bass, and Markus Brengartner on drums. For more than 14 years, Ten Volt Shock has collaborated with more than a dozen Independent record labels in Germany, France and the United States, performed countless shows in Europe with bands like Chinese Stars, Vaz, A-Frames, Intelligence, Melt Banana, and Obits, and recently toured Australia. Their taught, frenetic live shows have garnered critical praise and comparisons to bands like Shellac, Jesus Lizard and Hot Snakes.
Also on the bill are Swiss punk barnburners Yc-Cy and West Palm Beach abrasive psych, noise punkers Kill Your. Both bands present a blazing fast, caustic, powerful take on punk.
Cavity (Miami), Ten Volt Shock (Germany), YC-CY (Switzerland), Kill Your. Presented by PureHoney Magazine and Quiet Mind Recordings. 8 p.m. Saturday, July 29, at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St, West Palm Beach; (561) 832-9999; sub-culture.org/respectable-street. Admission is $10. Ages 18 and over.
Every Sunday we’ll be screening the new episode of Game of Thrones starting this Sunday with the premiere of season 7! Best to be with friends when your loved ones die, and there are sure to be some loved ones dying this season.