Red City Radio, Arms Aloft, Guerilla Poubelle, The Bombpops, Maladroit, Matt Woods, Boss' Daughter, Jason Guy Smiley
120 SW 1st Ave
Gainesville, FL, 32601
Doors 6:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 18 and over
Red City Radio
Punk rock from Oklahoma City on Paper + Plastic Records.
We are four young men from Wisconsin who do their best to hold down often-times dreary jobs. Our favorite haunt is a modified factory floor in the industrial sector of our hometown, where we practice, record songs, and make plans.
A three piece French punk band from Paris. They played more than 666 shows all over the world and sold more than 20000 copies of their first album ! Nevertheless they always kept their honest DIY ethic and political commitment. They run their own independent record label, always supporting local punk scene, promoting punk shows in Paris…
The band just released their new album "AMOR FATI", a radical collection of pessimistic but catchy anthems in French about boredom, depression, the pain of getting older, wasted friendships… all of this wrap up with a bitter aversion to this selfish and apathetic society.
Pop-punk band from Oceanside, CA formed in 2008
French pop-punk band from Paris since 2009
Here's the short story. Matt has been a figure in the East Tennessee music scene for the past ten years. Located in Knoxville, TN, he has performed in several bands as well as working as a solo artist. Matt has shared the stage with the likes of CAKE, Drivin' n' Cryin', Will Hoge, Kevn Kinney, Roger Clyne (of The Refreshments), Garrison Starr, Tim Lee, Mic Harrison (of the V-Roys and Superdrag), Doug Gillard (of Guided By Voices) , Two Cow Garage, Col. Bruce Hampton & the Code Talkers, Zac Brown, Graham Colton, Brian Vander Ark (of The Verve Pipe), The Features and a seemingly never-ending list of talented independent artists who aren't getting the widespread respect they deserve from points around the globe. Matt spent his earliest years with a band called Magpie Suite, which received a bit of notoriety around the southeast and produced three albums. Until recently, he worked devotedly with his latest band Plan A, where he wrote songs, sang, played guitars, played cards, drank beers, and often drove from show to show along the east coast in a big, brown van named Daisy. Plan A released and supported two full length albums between 2004 and 2009. Through solo performances and band appearances, Matt has averaged over 200 shows a year for the past few years, an average that would be higher if it weren't for a very unfortunate thumb-wrestling accident in the spring of '06. At home, Matt also performs in a duo called Adapted Wood with long time friend Tod Sheley every Monday night, and in several other projects featuring a number of talented musicians. He can also be found sitting in from time to time at random shows in the Knoxville area.