Drug Church

Drug Church

Bronze, SUPER WHATEVR, High Tide Low Tide

Mon Mar 27 2017

7:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is all ages

Drug Church
Consisting of vocalist Patrick Kindlon (End of A Year, Self Defense Family), Chris Villeneuve (drums), Nick Cogan (guitar), Cory Galusha (guitar) and Pat Wynne (bass) by way of Albany, NY, Drug Church is the sound of "some college" and a delivery job. It's what happens when you strip any pretense from music and are left with a room full of dudes with weird bodies and tenuous futures.

Pulling liberally from Seaweed, Quicksand, and Kerosene 454, the band fully embraces its hardcore-dudes-trying-to-play-alt-rock influences.

No heavy trips about how you should live. No white-guy slam poetry about love. Just music you can pushpit and stagedive to so you can forget for a moment that you have eczema and work at Pizza Hut.
SUPER WHATEVR
Super Whatevr is the aftermath of a series of wrong turns and bad decisions made by Skyler McKee. These mistakes have led Skyler to write upbeat tunes about his disgruntled daily life, creating a cornucopia of happy misery; a state of blissful despair. Their inverted-insignia 'happy tunes for sappy dudes' pokes fun at the current idealism of pop culture, when in actuality the further you dig into the material, the more gritty realness you encounter from the melancholy brainchild known as Super Whatevr.

"Good luck, good luck to you love."

Super Whatevr worked with producer/engineer Jon Joseph (Borns, Gungor) on the new single "Good Luck."

Super Whatevr is Skyler McKee, Thomas Whaale, Luke Mensink, and Robert Rutan
High Tide Low Tide
Although Colorado was the birthing place of HIGH TIDE LOW TIDE, the original three founding members are from different parts of the country. From Vegas To Detroit and all the way back to St. Louis these boys migrated to Denver meeting through fate. With three distinct and diverse musical backgrounds, A fusion of Hardcore, Ambient, and Pop Punk was formed that gives these boys a newly experimental sound that is driving them to the top.
Venue Information:
Moon Room
1902 Blake St.
Denver, CO, 80202