The Quirky Queer Band Show returns to El Rio! Join Polythene Pam, Soft Vowel Sounds (Julia Serano), and Scorpio Moon for a fantastic night of musical fun!
It's gonna be an *awesome* show! If you haven't seen us in a while, this is a great event to catch up with all our new songs, terrible jokes, and ever-evolving stage antics! And El Rio is always a great place to see a show.
Come out and support live, local, queer music!
Doors at 9:00; first band at 10:00. 21+ $5
See ya there!!
Polythene Pam are a quirky, upbeat, super entertaining freak/alt-folk/rock girl band. They combine eclectic, catchy tunes with rich harmonies, clever, insightful lyrics, and delightfully goofy stage antics. Laugh, dance, and sing along -- fun times guaranteed! Check out the music here on FB, or at http://bit.ly/polypam-youtube or http://bit.ly/polypam-spotify
*soft vowel sounds* is the latest solo music project from former Bitesize guitarist-vocalist-principal songwriter Julia Serano. With *soft vowel sounds*, she offers a novel mix of deliciously percussive and dissonant guitar noises, catchy-as-hell melodies, smart yet silly lyrics, and a charming lo-fi quirkiness that evokes the spirit of early records by Liz Phair, Pavement, Guided By Voices, Beat Happening, Sebadoh, and They Might Be Giants.
Scorpio Moon is a San Francisco based, soulful, surf-influenced garage indie pop band. Its members are Diana Regan (guitar/ukulele/vocals), Andy Thompson (bass), and Karen Hudson (drums/xylophone/vocals). They enjoy performing rituals with the crashing waves, dancing to mermaid song, and luring unsuspecting sea voyagers to their doom with genre-transcendent sounds.