Thursday, August 30th 2012: Imaginary Friends (August residency) feat. Jugger-nut

It’s the final week of Imaginary Friends’ August residency, and they’re sending the summer off with a bang.  Tonight’s show includes a reading by Tommy D (a.k.a. the naked guy) before Jugger-nut, as well as a special appearance by the Human Carpet.

TONIGHT’S SHOW ($8):

  • Jugger-nut is “What the circus would be like if the animals weren’t abused,” according to Rev Jen, and “What people think happens in New York,” in the words of Babak Radboy.  This electro-punk orchestra with its cast of live performers is infamous and not to be missed.  Listen here.
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  • Brooklyn four-piece Imaginary Friends make plodding, dark, brooding music.  Imagine Joy Division dipping their toes into a pool of evil skate punk.  Or imagine skateboarding an evil empty pool at midnight listening to Joy Division?  Listen here.
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  • Monogamy Party sound like what might have happened to Cap’n Jazz if Amphetamine Reptile had gotten their hands on them.  And if they were a lot angrier.  Drums, bass and vocals.  Simple, raw, screaming and ferocious.  Listen here.
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