Garage Bar: Nothington / Eno Mountain Boys / Almost People
Date: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 Show Starts: 8:00 pm
After releasing two albums with the esteemed folks from BYO Records, Nothington has branched out and joined the Red Scare family for their third and undoubtedly best full length. Proving again that two songwriters are always better than one, Red Scare really lucked out with this signing and we’re sure that listeners will agree. The young SF band started out by blending influences like Leatherface and Social Distortion, and they’ve truly perfected their own sound on Borrowed Time.
Eno Mountain Boys
Dillon Shambley and Sean Garrett met in elementary school in Hillsborough, NC in 1996. Through life's trials of growing up Dillon and Sean have remained friends and continued their musical relationship with The Eno Mountain Boys. EMB strives to paint a picture of the joy and hardship of southern life. With songs about Friends, Family, Drinking, and personal enlightenment they have been described as "Whisky-soaked porch country." by their peers, Pulling from roots in Punk, Metal, and Hardcore, as well as traditional Country and bluegrass, The Eno Mountain Boys have a sound all their own. Joining Dillon (vocals, guitars) and Sean (vocals, banjo) are Adam Staley (Drums), Matt Smith (Bass)
Almost People is a melodic punk band based out of Durham North Carolina. The band was started by long time friends Jonny Clousson (formerly of Jay Heart Montreal) and Scotty Sandwich (Death to False Hope Records / The Sandwiches) in the summer of 2011. The band has established themselves locally by supporting legendary acts like The Queers and Cracker along with upcoming acts like Dead to Me, Cobra Skulls and Banner pilot. The band has self released 2 Ep's via their bandcamp page and are currently demoing their debut full length for Death to False Hope Records.
In the Garage Bar
Doors @ 7:00 PM
Show @ 8:00 PM