Don Babylon w/  The Lounge Act (NYC), Black Mold Jesus, 3 Legged Dog

Don Babylon w/ The Lounge Act (NYC), Black Mold Jesus, 3 Legged Dog

Fri, August 25, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

The Camel

$5.00

Tickets at the Door

Don Babylon
Don Babylon
Formed in 2013 and hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Don Babylon churns out drunk, sad rock'n'roll in between kitchen shifts and last call. After recording a number of EPs in 2017 the group released their debut album, Babe. The album tackles suicide and substance abuse with the wry wit of a barstool prophet. Will Toledo of Car Seat Headrest called it, “one of the best albums of 2017” and another reviewer compares them to a drunk punk Elvis Presley. The band has played with acts such as Car Seat Headrest, Diarrhea Planet, and A Place to Bury Strangers. They survived and thrived through their first U.S national tour and have begun writing their second album.
The Lounge Act
The Lounge Act
Fans of easy, laid-back, soulful garage rock, rejoice. Anyone who loved The Strokes before Julian Casablancas got all heavy and weird, exult. The Lounge Act, who’ve been jamming out to their signature 90s-tinged garage rock, are creating a buzz worth doing some merrymaking about. There’s just such a purity of energy behind the sound The Lounge Act produces. Just like The Strokes or Arctic Monkeys of old, there’s a raw, elemental punch to the music that finds its way right into your feet and hips. It all sounds so easy and effortless. It all sounds like so much fun. It’s quite literally music to your ears. Man, this takes me back.Together since high school and making music under the name The Lounge Act for the last few years, these guys are undeniably tight.

-Independent Music News
Black Mold Jesus
Black Mold Jesus
The hour is upon you. Repent before the trinity of filth and waste. Nigh is the hymn of destruction.
3 Legged Dog
3 Legged Dog
yonder grass and dirt and foam green bite white curling teeth overturn the breaking brisk of waves on crashing rocks/hail herald, drunken moon with sunken eyes watery and wet the captain wipes the drool from his lip, rummages from the woodworked pines, grabs the mast and drags the sails northwards towards the wind/set sail off to softer shores, cooler breezes, and lighter touches
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org