Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility


The Vanguard and Bros. Houligan Present...


with Nuns, Feverest
Mon May, 13 8:00 pm ( Doors: 7:00 pm )
The Vanguard
All Ages
Additional Info
No backpacks or other large bags will be permitted at entry. If a bag is necessary, we encourage you to carry something the size of a standard fanny pack or clutch. All bags subject to search at entry.

All patrons will be subject to wanding with a metal detector at entry. No weapons, including folding pocket knives, will be allowed to enter the venue. 

No outside drinks or reusable drink containers will be permitted. This includes Camelbak style backpacks. 

No smoking allowed inside venue. We have an open re-entry policy, so you will be permitted to go outside if you would like to smoke during the event. 
Keep is a shoegaze band from Richmond, VA formed in 2013. They draw heavy inspiration from the shoegaze and grunge sounds of the 90’s, post-2000 indie, and add just a dash of 80’s goth and art rock sensibility. While that may sound a bit like an alphabet soup of influences, Keep’s brilliance lies in their ability to seamlessly blend myriad sounds into something that feels surpassingly cohesive. A riff may conjure Starflyer 59, Hum or Swervedriver. A melody might evoke The Cure or Cocteau Twins. The mood may call Low or Bowery Electric to mind. But while Keep may momentarily remind you of any number of artists you love, they will always feel like something unique that you’re hearing for the first time.
Hallucinations, the third LP from Tulsa’s indie rock explorers Nuns, picks up where the group’s dreamy-yet-soaring previous albums left off, and somehow one-ups the whole affair. Hallucinations is dreamier...soarier…even more gorgeous than its criminally overlooked forebears. 

The crystalline melodies of Nun’s frontman/songwriter/producer, Hank Hanewinkel III—often shrouded in cosmic waves of fizzing guitars, scintillating keyboards and swirling, distorted drums—float above the beautiful din like a lonely searchlight sweeping the horizon. At the center of it all are Hanewinkel’s haunted vocals, full of unanswered questions, wounded observations, and full-throated declarations of love, refracted through gauzy waves of life and reminiscence.

But make no mistake, this introspection isn’t a quiet affair. Hallucinations is best experienced loud. It’s a churning, cinematic launch into the stratosphere. And trust me…you want to take this trip.
loud music from tulsa