ALL SCENE EYE (ASE) PRESENTS... WASHING MACHINES' RESIDENCY *EVERY* TUESDAY
WASHING MACHINES' RESIDENCY *EVERY* TUESDAY NIGHT!!
The Cigarette Bums, Aftergloam, WIDE STREETS
2906 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90026
Doors 8:00 PM (event ends at 1:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
"I wrote that while the band has a washed out, dissonant noise-pop sound, they know how to rock the fuck out… Lucas… (was) running and thrashing around with wild abandon. Trevor and Chris, on bass and drums, respectively, kept the rhythms going tight and pounding all night, even chipping some cymbals in the process. Le'Lani's mandolin added delicate textures to the songs, giving their set a dynamic sound that was as beautiful as it was harsh…"
Graphic Garrett / Lo-Pie (5/24/2013)
"Washing Machines is my new favorite LA band. their music makes me want to start a record label and management label so i can sign them and manage them. if you don't know who they are, you for sure will in a couple months - when they're everywhere and rightfully so... the live show is a must see."
Shane Carpenter / LA Phun & All Scene Eye (4/24/2013)
"If you tell me you've heard of them, you're lying. If you tell me you know what they mean when they call themselves a "dank rock and roll" band, you're lying... The music is raw... their blend of screaming, frenzied guitars and scratchy, throaty vocals bring to mind Merchants, one of our local favorites... I imagine a lot of local, loyal fans campaigning for Washing Machine's ascent to the top of the Billboard charts, or at the very least the tenth spot..."
Joe Speranza / buffaBLOG (4/13/2013)
The Cigarette Bums
Latchkey garage punks from all over CA gather for the monster they call the Cigarette Bums. Consisting of Steven Carrera and Eamon Mcginnis, and joined by Ryan Aguilar, Jaime Ramirez, and Tim "Tenor" Greenshields, the group plays "a Dylan-meets-Daniel Johnston–meets-Replacements-meets-Beefheart smash-up that's a real pleasure to watch. The Bums play repetitious, folksy stanzas with a snot-nosed, garage-band delivery, and they throw in an occasional, speedy jazz-intoned riff for flare", as says LA Weekly. With two 7 inches, a few eps, a full length on the way, and a tenacity to strive, The Bums won't stop (even after they make it to your town).
Dreaming a view.
Hi, we're Wide Streets. We're sort of a new band and this is sort of our first record so we were thinking it might be a good idea to say hello and mention a little something about ourselves. Basically, we live in a little house, in a predominately Asian suburb outside of Los Angeles and make music in our living room. In fact that's where we made this very record and that's where we're gonna make