Planet Booty

Tue Nov 9 2021

9:00 PM (Doors 8:00 PM)

The Cavern Club at Hard Rock Cafe Boston

22-24 Clinton Street Boston, MA 02109

$12 Adv/$15 DOS

Ages 21+

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22 CLINTON ST, BOSTON MA

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Planet Booty

  • Planet Booty

    Planet Booty

    Dance

    Dance to their eclectic electro-funk, grind to their original R’n’B grooves, and sweat under the intense, penetrating gaze of frontman Dylan Charles Germick as he begs you, in all sincerity, to love yourself no matter what.

    Conceived in Oakland, California by two Indiana brothers and their friends, Planet Booty first emerged in the late 00’s as an eclectic 6-piece (or more) funk and soul dance band powerhouse preaching sweaty joy along the west coast. In 2014, singers Dylan Germick and Josh Cantero, along with bassist Rob Gwin, reinvented the group as a tour-focused trio with a tighter electrofunk sound and an even sexier, sweatier, more intimate message of positivity and inclusivity.

    Since then Planet Booty has toured extensively throughout the United States, at club dates and festivals including SXSW and multiple Pride events, and have supported Lizzo, Ninja Sex Party, TWRP, Sisqo, Turquoise Jeep, Capital Cities, Escort, K Flay, and countless more. In 2019 Planet Booty released their fifth record, the Guilty Pleasure EP.

    Raw Ramp: “An itch ‘n’ scratchy electro beat and young-funk in its heart.” Broke Ass Stuart: “They had us laughing and dancing the entire time, the crowd was going nuts.” Spinning Platters: “Dylan Germick is a true performer and every moment on stage he is there to entertain.” Albuquerque Alibi: “Their vigor and passion is incredible and virtually unmatched by any show I’ve been to”

  • Rich Aucoin

    Rich Aucoin

    Pop

    Canadian musician Rich Aucoin made a name for himself in the late 2000s, pairing his ambitious and exploratory pop music with impressive feats of endurance, including a coast-to-coast tour via bicycle and another that involved long-distance running, each of which supported a different charity. By the time he'd released his 2011 debut, We're All Dying to Live, Aucoin had made friends and collaborators all across the country and developed a reputation as a captivating live act. Subsequent releases like 2014's Ephemeral and 2019's Release only bolstered his renown as a pop auteur.

    A native of Halifax, Aucoin made his recording debut in 2007 with the Personal Publication EP.

    Following its release, he embarked on a cross-Canada tour on his bicycle, raising money for the Childhood Cancer Canada charity and supporting his album. After completing the journey, he immediately went on tour with Nova Scotian indie supergroup the Hylozoists, who were founded by his older brother Paul Aucoin. The sudden lack of physical exercise during the Hylozoists tour caused him to develop an iron deficiency and once he recovered, he launched another solo tour, this time running partial marathons between shows and raising money for the Canadian Cancer Society. During these various tours, Aucoin collaborated with a variety of friends and musicians around the country, recording his first full-length album, 2011's We're All Dying to Live. Broad in scope, Aucoin's first grand indie pop statement included over 500 guest musicians and drew comparisons to the Flaming LipsDaft Punk, and Arcade Fire. His live shows developed into a wild spectacle of symphonic pop and multi-sensory effects, including the unfurling of a giant parachute over the audience. Aucoin's second album, Ephemeral, released in 2014, was similarly broad in scope and inspired by the children's novella The Little Prince. Over the next few years he continued to tour, write, and record, returning in early 2018 with the Hold EP. As its name suggested, it served as a sort of holding place and all four of its songs later appeared on Aucoin's experimental third album, Release, which came out in May 2019. Taking his experimentation even further, 2020's United States took a distinctly psychedelic bent. ~ Timothy Monger, Rovi

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Planet Booty

Tue Nov 9 2021 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:00 PM)

The Cavern Club at Hard Rock Cafe Boston Boston MA
Planet Booty

$12 Adv/$15 DOS Ages 21+

HARD ROCK CAFE
22 CLINTON ST, BOSTON MA

Please note Start Times May Vary. Headliners always go on later than start times. By purchasing advance tickets your Email will be added to Promoter / Venue's email list. We hope you'll stay on it, but if not, you can unsubscribe in a single click.


21+ with valid state-issued ID only - No ID No Admission, No refunds.  Pretty please with sugar on top don't forget your ID!

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Ages 21+
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$12.00

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Terms & Conditions

This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.