Left Outlet, Black Taxi

Left Outlet

Black Taxi

Once and Future Kings, Mumu Tutu

Thu, December 13, 2012

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Pour House Music Hall

Raleigh, NC

$5.00

Left Outlet
Left Outlet
The world's first Stoner Glam band!

Hailing from all over the world Left Outlet brings costumes and high energy back to music.

If you like a little Roxy with your Black Sabbath, you should give them your full attention.
Black Taxi
Black Taxi
BLACK TAXI is one of NYC's most prominent live acts, smashing an anything-goes punk ethos together with pop sensibilities, unparalleled energy, and brilliant songwriting. The result is a raucous stage show, heavy on harmonies, spitfire guitar licks, body paint, and all manner of instrumentation. Their style has been described varyingly as "grit-pop" or "dance punk", and though their songs hint at the Talking Heads, Cake, and Daft Punk, they are driven by something entirely new and infectious.


BLACK TAXI songs can be heard on radio stations from Maine to California, accompany hit TV shows, provide the soundtrack for film, and hit the airwaves on commercial airlines. They debuted on the CMJ Radio 200 at #180 and quickly rose to #110, putting their 2012 release "We Don't Know Any Better" the #2 spot for self-released albums. Their music video "Shoeshine" was an Official Nominee for the Webby Awards, and their most recent video "Hand" debuted on AOL Music.


BLACK TAXI's first full-length offering Things of that Nature received strong reviews in publications throughout the country. For their second full-length album they returned to The Bunker Studio to record with Aaron Nevezie, who has worked with Grammy nominated acts like The Black Keys and Danger Mouse.
Once and Future Kings
Once and Future Kings
Once and Future Kings make music that ranges ethereal indie rock to surrealistic pop. The five-piece creates an amalgam of familiar pop structures with unfamiliar glue. At the heart of Jess Edison's songwriting is a deference to capturing moments of intense meaning. Enterline plays nuanced guitar, while new addition and cellist Kaitlin Grady adds emotional grit. At the core of OFK's dynamism, Matt Austin's precise drums and Matt Robinson's punchy bass have been known to move feet.
Mumu Tutu
Mumu Tutu
Mumu Tutu is all about brain blisterin', blood vessel bustin' rock originals...with towering guitars and vocals from "Wunderkid" Lee DeVille and Bradley Earle Wallace, skin bangin' by Jeff "Scotch" Wallace ("You like when he hit drum!!! He hit drum good!!!), kamikaze vocals from Justin Elder, and Scott "It's Math" Wallace on Bass (no relation), Mumu Tutu never fails to deliver the goods, we're more reliable than the post office, BELIEVE THAT!!!
Venue Information:
The Pour House Music Hall
224 S. Blount
Raleigh, NC, 27601
http://www.the-pour-house.com/