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FRI 3/30 – SUCK THE HONEY EP RELEASE EXTRAVAGANZA: MR PHYLZZZ, THE HARLEQUINS, DINGE

March 30 FREE

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SUCK THE HONEY EP RELEASE EXTRAVAGANZA: MOTR EDITION

Come celebrate the release of “Five More Failures,” the newest EP from Suck The Honey at two venues. At MOTR Pub, The Harlequins, Dinge, Dead Man String band will play a free show. Across the street at The Woodward, Suck The Honey, Lemon Sky, and Filthy Beast will feed your eyes and ears with thrills, chills and no-frills rock n’ roll. Tickets to the The Woodward are $5 presale, $8 day of show and will include a free copy of Five More Failures.

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MR. PHYLZZZ

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Ex members of the Cincinnati rock outfit The Killtones (Clinton Jacob and Ray Redmon) formed a side project called mr.phylzzz. What else do you need to know but that. We make music and put it out.

Harlequins

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The Harlequins are an experimental, psychedelic rock trio hailing from Cincinnati, OH.
Evolving out of the home recordings of singer-songwriter Michael Oliva, the group formed with bassist Alex Stenard and drummer Todd Spice in 2006. They were later joined by drummer Rob Stamler in 2008 cementing the current lineup.
The Harlequins are known for their energetic live performances and experimental light shows incorporating elements of 50’s and 60’s rock n roll, brit pop, psych, kraut, surf, punk, and garage rock.
The Harlequins have released five albums independently and have been a regular fixture at South by Southwest, Bunbury, and Midpoint Music Festivals. In 2011 they were handpicked by The Black Lips for a feature on Noisey.com.
After touring slowed down following 2013’s ‘Sex Change’, The Harlequins signed to dizzybird records and spent 2015 writing and recording a 12 song LP. The first single ‘Not Yet Dead’ was released October 17th, 2015. The new album “One With You” is due out June 25th, 2016.

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Date:
March 30
Time:
10:00 pm - 1:00 am
Cost:
FREE