Let's face it: Any band with John Dwyer in it will probably rule. His latest -- and one of his best projects -- Thee Oh Sees, is a grimy four-piece that eats the lo-fi garage rock label and spits it out in the best, trashiest and reverb-heaviest way possible.
The band has a deep, loud and raucous discography to pull from -- Thee Oh Sees were built into a full-fledged band from material the singer and guitarist had been working on for over a decade. Tonight, Dwyer and company are joined by local bands Zebroids and Pacific Pride for a surely rowdy evening of rock and roll. This show is 21 and up and tickets are $10-13. Doors open at 8 p.m., bands start at 9 p.m.
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