Portland House of Music and Events
Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 day of show.
Doors at 8 pm | Music starts at 9 pm.
All of our tickets are paperless. Purchased tickets will be at will call at the door. All you need to do is arrive with your ID and enjoy the show!
Holy Boys Danger Club is a 4 piece Rock and Roll band from Portland, ME. Started by singer/guitarist Michael “Miek” Rodrigue in 2007 when he found himself with a small batch of songs and some studio time, but without a band. Rodrigue went into the studio with drummer Dan Capaldi (Sea Level,The Cambiata, SeepeopleS), longtime friend of the band TJ Metcalfe (Lady Lamb, Cosades), and Producer Jonathan Wyman. The sessions were eventually released in 2009 as the band’s debut EP “Lessons For Liars”; a raw, stripped down, 30 minute rock and roll offering. While “Lessons” was gaining popularity through word of mouth and local radio spins, Rodrigue received an offer to support a friend’s band’s release show – only problem there was that there wasn’t a definitive line up to play the show. Rodrigue and Capaldi immediately enlisted guitarist Zach Jones, and bassist Nathan Cyr (Dominic and The Lucid) to complete the band. The boys hit the ground running hard drawing crowds from their native Portland to NYC. The band used the momentum from their live shows to go back into the studio with Wyman to craft their sophomore effort “The Boo Box” – an all killer, no filler presentation of the quartet’s more refined sound. While “The Boo Box” would put the band on bigger stages, it would also lead to an indefinite hiatus as other projects were demanding each member’s attention. The hiatus ends in 2019 as HBDC assembles to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their inception!
The anti-genre indie pranksters SeepeopleS have been a band for 18 years. The band, which is the brainchild of bandleader/songwriter/
Ultra Major is the product of four guys who grew up listening to 90s guitar rock. Take one part MTV Buzz Bin and 120 minutes; mix in plenty of big album rock a la Pixies, early Smashing Pumpkins, and Sonic Youth; shake it all up with indie/post-hardcore bands like Knapsack, Superchunk, Chavez and late 90’s and early 2000s punk & hardcore compilations; and pour on some catchy melodies for good measure. Then pop that in the oven of a tiny rehearsal space in Brooklyn, slow roast it for a few years, and voila, you have Ultra Major’s self-titled debut. Simply put, it’s a ripper. Since the release of their debut LP, the band traveled to Seattle to record with Michael Lerner of Telekinesis, and will be releasing two new singles as a result.