Once upon a time a man named Ace Roller was walking down a canyon wearing a fury coat of arms and carrying a deranged, damaged instrument that seemed like it might have at some point been a guitar. At the lowest point in the valley he came across two musical bandits, one Dr. Johnny Thunder and one Jack Switchblade, esq. They accidentally fell into a long debate about the merits of team card playing, dirty rock and a string of indecent murders involving working girls. This Saturday the most best deranged outfit of loud sloppy rock that Miami is gonna miss is playing at Sweat Records for their last show ever since Thunder is moving to a white place on top of the US to study notes. It's no accident that this month Friday the 13th falls on a Saturday, the Saturday that they are scheduled to play. I heard someone say that "Sweat doesn't know what they are getting into with this show." I don't necessarily believe that to be the case or not.
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The Dead Hookers' Bridge Club plays with the Crumbs and Bastard Unicorns at Sweat Records (5505 NE 2nd Ave) Show starts at 8 p.m. and all in attendance receive a 7" single.