Boys Home (Matinee Floor Show!)

The Vanguard and Bros. Houligan Presents...

Boys Home (Matinee Floor Show!)

Four Arm Shiver, Line Brawl, SEEINGXRED, Dad. The Band

Sat, July 22, 2017

Doors: 12:00 pm / Show: 12:00 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

This event is all ages

Boys Home
Boys Home
Pissed Off Emotional Jams
Four Arm Shiver
Four Arm Shiver
Late nights fueled by liquor, angst, cigarettes & cartoons
Line Brawl
Line Brawl
“Line Brawl throws daggers at society with their lyrics before ruthlessly pummeling your ears with a gritty combo of punk and hardcore. The Denver-based four piece has proven itself among the hardest working, most dedicated bands in the scene, building on momentum following the release of their first EP, Pack Mentality, at the beginning of 2015.
Playing locally with bands like Bane, Stick To Your Guns, Trash Talk, Suicidal Tendencies, and Comeback Kid, and Cruel Hand they quickly made their mark on the Denver hardcore and punk scenes and set to expand their reach by touring the west coast in June of 2015 playing at well-known DIY venues like Programme Skate and Sound in Fullerton, CA and 924 Gilman St in Berkeley, CA with Modern Life is War and Dangers.
After taking the time to write new material to match the ferocity of their live set, Line Brawl set out to record their first full length album at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins, the studio owned and operated by hardcore legend Bill Stevenson – drummer of Black Flag and The Descendents. The end result can only be described as punishing. With a goal to shatter the preconceived notion of what hardcore punk is, from the very beginning to the final second the new album, Worse Off is a testament that nobody is safe.”
SEEINGXRED
SEEINGXRED
SDHC Rapid City, SD Straight Edge Youth Crew
Dad. The Band
Dad. The Band
We are a 6-piece band from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The band originally formed as an experiment. Six kids from an art school that teaches band performance wanted to see what they could do on their own. When a high school battle of the bands came about, Tim, a senior at the time, really only wanted to get a group together, and play a few songs for the sake of the experience. We never intended to go any further than that.
The project started with two guitars, electronic drums, bass and piano. Tim called me when another guitarist never showed up, and asked if I had the time to play in another band. Being in a hardcore band that was slowing down, I couldn't say no to playing a show with some friends. We all got together and played a few things Tim had written, and all we knew is we needed a drummer. I called Tollie, the drummer of my old band, and told him to come down and play with us. Since then, the band format hasn't changed.
We played our first two songs for months in Tim’s bedroom. When Battle of the Bands came along, we really had nothing to worry about. We opened the show, played our two songs (and a brand new cover to fill in our extra time). We raised $400 for the food bank, and won people’s choice.
With our influences ranging everywhere from emo to pop, writing came really naturally to us. As different as we were from each other in the beginning, we all new what we wanted. We have never scrapped an idea, and have written more than 15 songs since we started.
After that show, we just kept practicing together. Since then we've just been playing everywhere we can, from clubs to homeless shelters, and writing and recording whenever we get the chance.

Members: Tim Clark, Drew Richardson, Tollie Pugh, Shaan Seera, Bailey Helterbrand, and Grace Clark
Venue Information:
The Vanguard
222 North Main Street
Tulsa, OK, 74103
http://www.thevanguardtulsa.com