The Other Side of Life is proud to present:
GANGLY YOUTH (Louisville, KY)
Monday, June 23rd
969 Charles Street (at the corner of Charles and Krieger)
9 PM, 21-and -over
WOODEN INDIAN BURIAL GROUND formed in Portland, Oregon in 2007. As a duo the band employed banjo’s, chord organs, fuzz guitars and other various instruments, making a glorious racket across the Western, Central, and Southern United States. This incited an 11 track album of lo-fi experimental folk tunes that they self-released in 2008. The band grew in numbers and influence, playing shows under various names with various members until settling down with a stable lineup and signing with the Mon Amie record label in 2010.
Watch WOODEN INDIAN BURIAL GROUND‘s video for “Helicoptor” here:
After a bit of a hiatus and some lineup changes and whatnot, GANGLY YOUTH of Louisville, Kentucky return! Their sound is a mix of jangly noise, fuzzy pop, and a no-perfection required style. One might be reminded of bands like Sonic Youth, The Pixies, or warped cassettes playing favorite pop songs.
Watch GANGLY YOUTH play “What’s Yr Weirdness” live here:
Check out the Facebook invitation here: https://www.facebook.com/events/763885653661664.