Truckfighters, We Hunt Buffalo and Yawning Man at Amigos
March 25, 2017 @ 10:00 pm - March 26, 2017 @ 2:00 am
Tickets available at Amigos or Online (link above) starting Thursday, December 22nd.
19+ w/ Valid ID
$15 advance/$17 day of
COME EARLY & STAY LATE! $3.75 highballs/$6 doubles + $4 bottles of Boh from 9-10pm & 1-2am!
If you are interested in groovy, stoner-influenced, progressive and melodic hard rock you probably know about Truckfighters already. “The best band that ever existed” as Josh Homme said in the 2011 “fuzzomentary” Truckfighters. You might also know the story about how Niklas ‘Dango‘ Källgren teamed up with bassist and vocalist Oskar ‘Ozo’ Cedermalm in a worn down rehearsal space in Örebro, Sweden in 2001 and how the first song they ever recorded, Desert Cruiser, since then has gone on to become a desert rock anthem. You probably also know that the band itself has gone on to release four full length albums and played sold out shows on four continents. https://fuzzoramarecords1.bandcamp.com/album/universe
We Hunt Buffalo create songs with hard hitting, fuzz rock grooves and psychedelic overtones. It’s a culmination of many years playing music together in a small suburb of Vancouver, Canada.
“Not only do Vancouver’s We Hunt Buffalo have an arsenal of riffs so endorphin-releasingly huge you’ll be wanting to take on wild beasts with your bare hands for suitable sacrifice, their new album, Living Ghosts soars into lush, psychedelic territories that suggest its exhilarating, aerated grooves were composed whilst riding a pterodactyl” – Metal Hammer
“We Hunt Buffalo has crafted a record with equal parts Nordic heavy and Californian sun to sound unique enough to turn heads yet remain indebted enough to their predecessors to be instantly recognizable” – The Sludgelord https://wehuntbuffalo.bandcamp.com/album/living-ghosts
Brothers’n’sisters, this wailing desert trio is truly the shit, and has been aiding my most recumbent and stonedest late night thunks since it first landed two years ago. Throughout the landscape music of Yawning Man, the post-Ventures, post-Shadows guitar melodies are constantly being undermined, up-ended and sent deep into a dark Joy Division territory, by weird chords and bass channels that create the kind of brooding and thunderous atmosphere that gives even the most easy-going a real fear of flying.” https://www.facebook.com/pg/yawningmanofficial/