Terrible Twos

Terrible Twos

Paul Cary & The Small Scaries, The Runnies

Fri, July 1, 2011

10:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$8.00

Tickets at the Door

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Terrible Twos
Terrible Twos
Criminal IQ Records has released the spine-cracking debut LP by Detroit's Terrible Twos, and with all of the jabbering on about their collision of the Piranhas' greatest moments, along with an acidic and breathtaking stab into the 21st century's limitless punk fusions, it's without a doubt, one of the Motor City's best full-length releases in a long time.
Paul Cary & The Small Scaries
Paul Cary & The Small Scaries
Chicago's Paul Cary knows a thing or two about grit. In his Iowa days, Cary was the front man for the seminal In The Red Records’ band, The Horrors (not the UK band, the gritty garage rockers from the depths of Iowa). During that time, Paul Cary drove taxis, hopped trains from Iowa City to San Diego, worked the door at local dive bars and toured Europe with The Horrors

Paul Cary and the Small Scaries is the current incarnation of Cary’s band. Contributing players include a list of Chicago jazz heavies, such as Dave Rempis, Fred Longberg Holm, and Jason Stein – as well as the addition of Farfisa organs and other hellish noise makers. Though the record is available now, Paul Cary is finally getting around to a celebration for this impressive collection of songs.
The Runnies
The Runnies
Chicago’s The Runnies play that infectious psychedelic garage rock you just can’t get enough of. Admittedly it seems garage gets throw around much these days. Two things I’ve got to say about that: Firstly, sloppily bashing out rock ‘n’ roll should never have to be in vogue. Hooks and catchy choruses played on guitars, drums, and, in this case, a Farfisa Fast 3 organ is the lifeblood of rock
Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com