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Chalk another victory up for the super-cool promoter folks at New Art School. Their latest coup? The legendary Mudhoney!! I don't want to use the "g" word (ok, grunge) here, but they were one of the first rad bands to come out of Seattle in the late Eighties/early Nineties. And of course, they were on Subpop. And of course, if none of this is ringing any bells, Kurt Cobain loved them and shouted them out all the time -- them, and Flipper, another really amazing band that seems to be sort-of criminally forgotten.

What's more, the band is playing at CHURCHILL'S. Awesome. All info below, and in the meantime, enjoy this video for "Here Comes Sickness." -- Arielle Castillo

Friday June 13, 2008


(Sub Pop)

w/ special guests

Birds of Avalon (Volcom)



Doors at 9pm

$15.00 advance - $20.00 at the door

tickets on sale now @


or at Sweat Records

http://sweatrecordsmiami.blogspot.com/ or at Radioactive Records




Churchill's Pub

5501 NE 2nd Avenue

Miamuh, FL

305 757 1807

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