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The Sheila Divine, Holy Boys Danger Club, and Ultra Major

September 7 @ 8:00 pm - 11:59 pm

$15.00 – $18.00

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The Sheila Divine, Holy Boys Danger Club, and Ultra Major$15.00The Sheila Divine, Holy Boys Danger Club, and Ultra Major – Saturday, September 7, 2019 – Doors at 8 pm – 21+ – —— 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!

Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 day of show.

Doors at 8 pm | Music starts at 9 pm.

21+

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!

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The Sheila Divine were originally a Boston based rock group whose activities have been intermittent since 2003. Critics have compared their sound to the band’s own heroes, mainly early 1980s post-punk. The band has been most often noted for its loud/soft musical dynamic and Aaron’s Perrino soaring vocals, screaming in key one moment and howling a falsetto the next. The band had a large die-hard fan base in what was often called “the three Bs”: Boston, Buffalo, and Belgium. The band most often explained that they took the name from the Australian term “sheila”, which denotes an effeminate man or wimp – thus making them in a literal sense, the sacred wimps. The name is also similar to that of the suicidal main character of the book Sheila Levine Is Dead and Living in New York. However, they took their name directly from a college friend named Sheila Devine. After changing the spelling and operating as Sheila Divine for several months the “The” was added to distinguish the band from such female artists as Fiona Apple.

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.