hope all is well + Noise Ordinance present:

 

Fleece AT SIDEBAR
WITH lost dog, lean.tee, grease face, wasteband
 
DATE: thursday, may 31st
VENUE: SIDEBAR [204 Main St, Burlington, VT 05401]
TICKETS: $3
AGES: 21+
DOORS/SHOW: 9:00PM
CURFEW: 1:00aM

RSVP: bit.ly/2JPg7vQ

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FLEECE

Fleece is a neo-psychedelic project from Canada. On stage, they bring an unforgettable energy to compliment their unique indie, psychedelic sound. Sonically, some of Fleece’s many influences include Tame Impala, Herbie Hancock, The Beatles, and Joni Mitchell.

Many know Fleece for a YouTube video called “How To Write an Alt-J Song”, which exponentially grew their social presence, and further pushed their music across the globe.

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LOST DOG

Lost Dog is a hard-hitting indie rock/pop four-piece from outside Boston. They’ve been writing eclectic, high-octane bangers together since 2016, drawing on everything from Pavement, Pixies, and Hop Along to Avril Lavigne’s seminal 2002 LP, Let Go. Lost Dog has shared bills with bands like Snail Mail, Palehound, and Charly Bliss, putting on dynamic, emotive live shows with frenetic guitars, intricate rhythms, and biting vocals.
They just finished recording an EP, scheduled to come out in May 2018, and will be touring the northeast in June. Once someone compared them to a Breeders EP that none of them knew.

Lost Dog is Isaac Herzog, Jacob Katsiaficas, Katya Malison, and Lewis Brown.

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LEAN.TEE

LEAN.TEE is the solo project of Burlington producer Taylor Kracher. A native of western Maryland, Taylor combines electronic and organic textures to create a genre-fluid brand of pop music.

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GREASE FACE

Grease Face is a three-piece band that currently resides in Burlington, Vermont. The three gentleman became acquainted in elementary school in sunny Hinesburg, Vermont. Skipping class and honing their punk rock chops while developing a taste for loud noises in their parent's garage. Grease Face has indefinitely characterized themselves as garage-punk-rock. With or without the hyphens. Grease Face is wild. Grease Face is GREASY.

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WASTEBAND

slushie rock with a side of trash

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