Double House Shows

June 24th, 2009 · 5 Comments · By

There are two house shows going down tonight as well as the Pattern Is Movement show at the Tea Bazaar (I’ll be working  the door for the Tea Bazaar show…and, no, this does not mean I can let you all in for free.  Sorry.)

There is a surf punk basement show going down; it was originally scheduled to take place at DUST but there’s been a switch up.  Though I do love DUST, all of these bands will make for a killer house show. Here’s the lineup (and convenient myspace addresses…excuse my laziness).

The Imposters (

Lazy Eye (

Fratboys (

Honor Code (


Either e-mail a Nailgunner OR the dude who’s setting all this up (his e-mail:  I honestly wish I could hit up this show because it’s going to be loud, dance-worthy punk rock.  Just remember NO ALCOHOL/DRUGS.  House rule yo.

SECOND HOUSE SHOW:  They had one earlier this summer and now they are throwing down again at UVA’s brand new house venue (run by some of the coolest cats on-grounds).  Fluffy Lumbers are back (they played the Tea Bazaar a week or two ago).  Also, Your Spirit Animal, Jameson Zimmer, and Love Tentacle Drip Society are playing.  And yet again, I will be missing Fluffy Lumbers who apprently sound way better live than they do recorded (and I liked their recordings!).

Here’s the Facebook event for more details…like where it is and all that junk:

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5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 ronnie // Jun 24, 2009 at 5:17 pm

    no alcahol at a house show!? that is so pretentious. keep that straight edge bs in richmond!

  • 2 Sam Richardson // Jun 24, 2009 at 7:59 pm

    NO NO NO. Punk house show is cancelled!!! I thought you knew James!

  • 3 Michael // Jun 24, 2009 at 8:41 pm

    Chances are James did know…and probably at some point mentioned it. I just messed up

  • 4 James // Jun 25, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    i DID in fact know… which is why I mentioned it on the blog and took it off the calendar. sorry for the dis-info Sam; it appears our 4 Nailgun staff writers were not all on the same page…

  • 5 James // Jun 25, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    also, to Ronnie:

    I feel like it’s pretty reasonable for people to set rules like that when they’re kind enough to open up their own homes to strangers for a show (or at least, they were back before the show was canceled). Not to mention, it’s one less excuse for the cops to bust things up.

    How about this: when you do shows at YOUR house, you can have whatever rules you like.