BRUJERIA, La Armada, Piñata Protest, Mexican Werewolf

Sun Oct 29 2017

7:00 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

Bottom Lounge

1375 W. Lake St Chicago, IL 60607

$25.00

Ages 17+

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  • BRUJERIA

    BRUJERIA

    Grindcore

    Brujería es una banda de deathgrind mexicana formada en 1989. Somos un grupo de Latinoamerica muy Conocidos por nuestra fama de ser Violentos y Extremos por muchos lugares, tambien conocidos por nuestros temas Matando Güeros, La Migra, Marijuana y Brujerizmo, nos encanta complacer al publico.

  • La Armada

    La Armada

    Hardcore Punk

    It’s incredible that La Armada is still around at all. Formed in the Dominican Republic, during two separate pseudo-democratic dictatorial governments, the idea of the band started with the need to denounce both government and catholic dogma that is the daily bread of Dominican society. Since their beginnings in the year 2000, La Armada has been taking things into their own hands with a no-nonsense approach to their craft. Their music showcases an unheard of mix of punk, hardcore, metal and native Caribbean rhythms that the band affectionately calls “Latino Hardcore Fury”.

    Now in Chicago since 2007, La Armada has become a popular name in the city’s legendary Punk-Hardcore scene, packing basements and venues with people anxious to see their explosive live show. They have shared the stage, toured with and gained the respect of bands they grew up dreaming to one day see. Bands like Propagandhi, Tragedy, Strung Out, Pig Destroyer, Belvedere, Death By Stereo, Sick of it All and A Wilhelm Scream just to name a few.

    La Armada is currently writing their next album (To be released on Bird Attack Records) and planning a tour of Europe around their performance in Slovenia’s Punk Rock Holiday.

  • Piñata Protest

    Piñata Protest

    Punk

    Piñata Protest is an accordion powered Tex-Mex punk rock band from San Antonio, TX. Piñata Protest combines the lively sounds and traditional rhythms of the Mexican button accordion with the upbeat tempos and attitude of punk rock to produce a unique and wildly eclectic mix of aggressive yet melodic songs that are sung in both Spanish and English. Adding to their sonic performances that ignite crowds to mosh, skank, and twirl their dance partners around is their energetic and impassioned live show. 

    Piñata Protest was founded by the Mexican-born singer and accordionist Àlvaro Del Norte. The band includes Jose Morales on electric guitar and vocals, Richie Brown on electric bass and vocals, and Chris-Ruptive on drums and vocals. 

    For over ten years the quartet has maintained a busy schedule of performing and touring throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico with a wide range of musical acts such as The Reverend Horton Heat, Mariachi El Bronx, Molotov, Guttermouth, Voodoo Glow Skills, Brujeria, The Toadies, Ramon Ayala, The Blasters, Authority Zero, Agent Orange, Molotov, Ozomatli, Mustard Plug, The Blasters, Wayne Hancock, and Girl In A Coma. 

    The band has had official appearances at SXSW, Dia De Los Toadies, the 2015 Latin BMI Awards, and National Public Radio. 
    Notably, the band released their album 'El Valiente' at #7 on the Latin Billboard Top 100 charts. The band has been featured in several graduate level academic research papers, books, and soundtracks for the following films: 
    2016: Me Estas Matando Susana  
    2015: La Soldera 
    2014: Circus of the Dead

    In 2014 the independent beer brewer Freetail Brewing released Piñata Protest beer after the band which was distributed in grocery chains, bars, and venues across Texas. 

  • Mexican Werewolf

    Mexican Werewolf

    Rock

Live Nation Presents

BRUJERIA
La Armada, Piñata Protest, Mexican Werewolf

Sun Oct 29 2017 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

Bottom Lounge Chicago IL
BRUJERIA, La Armada, Piñata Protest, Mexican Werewolf
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$25.00 Ages 17+