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Ssion with House of Ledosha / AB Soto / DJ Josh Peace
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Ssion
with House of Ledosha / AB Soto / DJ Josh Peace

Ssion House of Ledosha AB Soto DJ Josh Peace

Friday, Oct 26, 2012 10:00 PM PDT 2012-10-26T22:00
- Saturday, Oct 27, 2012 2:00 AM PDT 2012-10-27T2:00
, Los Angeles, CA
21 years and over

13.0 13.0
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26TH

IHEARTCOMIX PRESENTS:

SSION

http://www.ssion.com/

HOUSE OF LADOSHA

http://houseofladosha.com/

AB SOTO

http://absotomusic.com

DJ JOSH PEACE

http//facebook.com/djjoshpeace

HOSTED BY MUSTACHE MONDAYS

LOS GLOBOS

21+ // 10PM // $13 ADVANCE

Referring to the old John Waters adage asserting entertainment is inseparable from bad taste, few bands exercise that sentiment to the degree of Ssion. Ssion (pronounced “shun”) is a ten-years-strong art-punk dance/design/film collective from Kansas City, Missouri, headed by Cody Critcheloe.

Ssion has gained notoriety not only for their gay-disco-meets-punk-rock musical stylings, but for their outrageous stage shows and videos, which incorporate a harem of dancers and backup singers, comically cheap home-made props, supersized video projections, over-the-top costumes and make-up, and a visual sense of wonder recalling something between twisted humor of Pee Wee’s Playhouse and Madonna’s Blond Ambition.

Called a “no-budget Fischerspooner by way of Hee Haw” by the Chicago Reader, Ssion have toured with the likes of Liars, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, CSS, Tilly and The Wall and Numbers. Some of Ssion’s high-profile proponents include, Ed Droste from Grizzly Bear, Johnny Jewel (Glass Candy), and the aforementioned Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who have tapped Critcheloe’s graphic design talents for their releases. Pitchfork called Cody “likely to pluck used tampons from Karen O’s trashcan and lip-sync into them.” And later refered to him as “the corpse of electroclash…wrapped in dirty baby diapers and stuffed in a Dairy Queen dumpster.”

A departure from their previous ultra-distrorted B-52’s meets Pussy Galore sound, their latest release, “Fool’s Gold,” fuses new wave/synth-pop, glam, punk, classic hi-NRG rave, and Italo-disco to create a true sleaze-pop masterpiece: ten unstoppably catchy (and surprisingly witty) tracks alternating between raunchy dancefloor anthems and heartbreakingly sincere confessional pop.

 



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