Trap Girl (LA), COMMANDO, Moira Scar, Homobiles

Ivy Room Presents

Trap Girl (LA)

COMMANDO

Moira Scar

Homobiles

Fri · July 13, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

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Trap Girl (LA)
Trap Girl (LA)
"Hard hitting and straight to the gut, a real punk diva vixen"
-L.A. RECORD
COMMANDO
COMMANDO
COMMANDO is a radical queer rap-metal collective comprised of some of the most extreme and renowned queer music-makers in the United States. Featuring Juba Kalamka and Lynnee Breedlove, the collective fuses rap and hard rock like it’s 1999 in the service of crafting a sincere space to celebrate and aggressively revel in queerness.
Moira Scar
Moira Scar
Moira Scar is post-punk freak-deathrock trio of LuLu Gamma Ray (synthesizers, vocals), Aimee S (drums) and Roxy Monoxide (guitar, vocals, sax) from Oakland Ca.

Founded by Roxy Monoxide and LuLu Gamma Ray in 2009, Moira Scar started as a duo, releasing two albums (Excerpts from the Holy Scumbrella, 2009, self released; Slink To Intensity, 2010, self released) and touring the states multiple times. In 2012 Moira Scar became a trio (Ryan Bonus Beast), releasing Scarred For Life (Resipiscent Records), and touring the states. 2014 brought a different third member (Mikey Mayhem) into the Scar-ship, producing the album Psychoid (Cochan Records) and another national tour. Roxy and LuLu then went into V.E.X. mode, recording three albums as V.E.X. (Voltage Empath Xanaxax, also known as Ventriloquest Ectoplasmold Xanaxax) and touring Europe, Mexico City and parts of the U.S. Now back as Moira Scar, Roxy and LuLu are joined by Aimee, creating a huge lush sound and an epic new album (Wound World Part 1, Near Dark Records) with tours coming, Moira Scar is stirring up their most potent witches cauldron of spells yet.
Homobiles
Homobiles
Queer party punk supergroup singing songs about cars and babes, crimes and change, bathhouses and ballot measures. Featuring Lynn Breedlove (ex-Tribe-8 frontman and founder of Homobiles the ride service) and Stephany Joy Ashley (St. James Infirmary director) on lead vocals, Fureigh (ex-The Shondes) on guitar, storied queer festival Homo A Go Go creator Ed Varga on drums, award-winning songwriter Mya Byrne on bass, and radical healer Corrie Bennett on violin.
Venue Information:
Ivy Room
860 San Pablo Ave
Albany, CA, 94706
http://www.ivyroom.com/