TAH Nov 1- Nov 52016 @thesainttweets @drdischamilton @933CFMU #hamont
RICKY EAT ACID / Kitty / Blunt Chunkst/ New Swears plus TBA (8pm)/Invasion Of The Rockers/A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT GORDON (9pm)
TUESDAY RICKY EAT ACID / Kitty / Blunt Chunks at This Ain’t Hollywood
Strangewaves and This Ain’t Hollywood are tres excited to throw a terrific Tuesday for everyone, featuring:
Ricky Eat Acid (Maryland, Terrible Records, Orchid Tapes)
Ricky Eat Acid is the stimulating solo project of prolific recording artist Sam Ray (Teen Suicide, Julia Brown). He will make his Hamilton debut days after the release of his much anticipated album Talk To You Soon.
Kitty (Daytona Beach, FL, fka Kitty Pryde)
Kitty is a provacative sensation from the sunshine state. She brings a keen sense of awareness to her sugary hip hop that has caught on in a big way with people across the globe, and has granted her opportunities to tourwith Danny Brown and collaborate with the likes of Riff Raff, Le1f and Ryan Hemsworth. Another Hamilton debut of an emerging star.
$10 in advance, $12 at door
THURSDAY New Swears plus TBA (8pm)
Cover Charge TBA
Sammy J Scorpion, Scru Bar, Beej Eh, and Nick Nofun are New Swears, and New Swears are a garage-punk band specializing in melodic horseplay. They come from Ottawa, Canada… more specifically, they come from the Fun Boy Club House, a house in Ottawa they all lived in together with two bars, a mini ramp, a tattoo gun (but no actual tattoo artists), motorcycle tire burnout skids in the form of an inverted cross on the front walkway, rats and squirrels that made enough appearances indoors to be given names, murals everywhere, and a liberal ‘where should I piss?’ policy.
That paragraph right there might be enough to make your average jaded old punk hate them, but their saving grace is that there’s a big difference between try-hard and work-hard. New Swears are definitely the latter.
Despite regularly partying themselves into the emergency room, these dudes have still managed to put out a split tape and two full length LPs; gone on tours of the States, Canada, and Europe; self-released a shocking amount of shocking music videos (that always seem weirdly influenced by boy-band video aesthetics just as much as they are by CKY/Jackass and alcohol); and did it all without breaking anything more serious than legs and arms and TVs and walls, and without pissing off anybody who isn’t a cop or a landlord.
These guys will spend an hour trying to perfectly catapult a bucket onto a head, or flip a dart (that’s a cigarette for any non-working class Canadians out there) perfectly into a mouth until they nail it. The result is something incredibly stupid, that took an unreasonable amount of work and patience, but is surprisingly satisfying to watch happen.
The same goes for their music, it might seem simple, you might get the impression YOU could write songs that catchy and raw, but you can’t, you didn’t, and New Swears out-practiced, out-partied, and out-worked you to get it done. Deal with it.
The band has signed with Dine Alone records and will be releasing the Brand New Spot/Sugar Heavy Metal 7 inch on November 4th. More shows, shenanigans and a full length record will come in 2017.
Download it: http://geni.us/
Stream it: http://hyperurl.co/
Pre-order the 7″ from Dine Alone Records: https://
FRIDAY Invasion Of The Rockers
D.A.T. Music Productions Presents
A night of invasion of music from out of this world – Featuring Dirty Jeans with special guests martianrebel – Prior Convictions – Cedar Spring Motel and all the way from Detroit – The Painted Dogs
Only $7.00 addmission
Set Times: Subject to change
The Painted Dogs – 9:15 – 9:45
martianrebel – 10:00 – 10:35
Prior Convictions – 10:50 – 11:25
Cedar Spring Motel – 11:40 – 12:15
Dirty Jeans – 12:30 – 1:30
SATURDAY A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT GORDON (9pm)
line up TBA
This Aint Hollywood 345 James street North during hours of operation 289 396 3911 – – online at http://www.thisainthollywood.ca
Dr.Disc Hamilton 22 Wilson Street : 905-523-1010 .drdisc.ca/tickets
Hammer City Records 228 James St N Basement @ Rear Off Robert St Hamilton, Ontario (905) 546-7869
Crash Landing Music Store 1189 Cannon Street East Hamilton, Ontario (905) 548-0039