Teenage Crimewave presents an evening of the best up and coming indie rock you can find. First Friday in March Arcade Lancaster hosts Queens of Jeans. Pitchfork describes them as "A mix of Destiny's Child, just a touch of Madonna's wild side, with Janet Jackson's smile - throw in a body like Jennifer's." Joining them on the stage are local heros Avery and Cosmic Halitosis.
Stick around after the show for Nostalgia our first friday dance party with dj Salinger.
"A mix of Destiny's Child, just a touch of Madonna's wild side, with Janet Jackson's smile - throw in a body like Jennifer's." -Pitchfork
Queen of Jeans is the grit-pop project of singer/songwriter Miriam Devora, guitarist Matheson Glass, bassist Nina Scotto and drummer Patrick Wall. The music, lush in its retro guitar and ethereal three part harmony composition, is clever while introspective, sparking comparison to the likes of Roy Orbison, Cocteau Twins, and contemporaries Warpaint and Angel Olsen.
Tucked away in the seas of metalcore and indie rock of Lancaster Co. PA, hides a musical force that is emerging with a sound that’ll bring you back to the early nineties. This is Avery, a Lancaster grunge and punk rock band formed two years ago as an idea in guitarist and vocalist Nick Lock’s studio. After writing some songs and teaming up with drummer Ben Evans, these two are giving the world something to talk about.
Toxic sludge rock straight from ur-anus.
Mathias - Vokills, guitar and all the other instruments