Noah’s Ark was a Spaceship

With Mint Wad Willy and Eric in Outerspace

A little twang, a little fuzz, and a whole lot of noise creates a recipe for mass seduction. With 3 bands who’s names could be a Saturday Morning Cartoon lineup, Noah’s Ark was a Spaceship, Mint Wad Willy, and Eric In Outerspace team up and use their super powers for good. And for drinking beer. As EIOS opens the show with a trademark brand of dynamic melodies, sharp musical turns, and slow builds of bombast, MWW returns the pace with a twang-laced set that still feels indie enough to be called indie. Of course NAWAS never disappoints with a hypersonic set that will cap off a trilogy set in a galaxy far, far, away…

Friday, March 25 
Noah's Ark was a Spaceship, Mint Wad Willy, Eric in Outerspace
O’Leaver’s Pub, 1322 South Saddle Creek Road 
9:30 p.m., $5, 21+
http://www.facebook.com/oleavers

posted at 08:00 pm
on Sunday, March 20th, 2016

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