The Crocodile Presents:
Wild Powwers @ The Sunset
Prism Tats, Black Ferns
5433 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, WA, 98107
This event is 21 and over
WILD POWWERS are 3 Seattle kids who “specialize in the sort of carefree grunge riff-rock that gets better the dirtier it gets. Each layer of meticulously gnarlydistortion, each off-kilter lyric, drenched in garage-echo reverb, is pure Pacific Northwest filth” - KEXP.
This dynamic trio has been staying busy touring, while anticipating the release of their third album, "Skin", recorded by the legendary Billy Anderson, (Jawbreaker, Melvins, Neurosis). Their four years as a band has brought them around the country twice, playing festivals such as SXSW and Savannah Stopover Fest, opening for amazing bands like The Fall Of Troy, Kylesa, Dilly Dally, Helms Alee and No Age and playing such venues as The Fonda Theater and The Fillmore. WILD POWWERS has developed a glam creep strut that we have come to love them for. Get into it.
Making and performing music since birth g vandercrimp has arrived as Prism Tats, the final incarnation of his musical expression. Since the dissolution of Koko and the Sweetmeats (Seattle Weekly's Best Garage Band 2011) in early 2012, Prism Tats has quickly come to fruition yielding an album's worth of material set for release this summer. Using guitars, vocals and sparse electronic elements, Prism Tats pulls from various visual and musical inspirations to create the new sound described as "future trash pop".
Black Ferns is a three-piece alternative rock band from Seattle, WA. Its music is diverse in mood and style with themes that explore addiction, love, and an unknown Orwellian future.
Merging strains of new wave and pop with an experimental post punk angle, Black Ferns wraps a haunting presence of cosmic psychedelia around its riff-oriented heavy rock sound.
Black Ferns’ self titled album was produced by Riley Geare (Unknown Mortal Orchestra). Geare is also featured on drums for the album along with Chris Jordan on bass and Zoran Macesic on vocals and guitar.