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Creepoid / An Albatross / Mannequin Pussy / Night Sins / Bushy & Nicky Money (DJ Sets) at Union Transfer
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After eight wild years and 4 vans we will be moving on from Creepoid to focus on other endeavors. To all the bands we played with along the way, all the loyal supporters, couch offerers, amazing promoters, and weed sharers, we can never thank you enough for making this ride possible.
Our final show will be on February 17th in our beloved city of Philadelphia. Please help us celebrate, and #bringweed one more time.
“Creepoid took the stage. They played as if they were reviving the grunge-filled chaos of Sonic Youth circa '93, but with the finesse of mid-period Creation Records shoegaze acts like Swervedriver or Slowdive. The sound was full of fury, but the dual vocals of guitarist Sean Miller and bassist Anna Troxell soared like an airy wave that enveloped the listener in a blanket of sweet nothings." — THE DALLAS OBSERVER
«Night Sins is aural proof this side of the Atlantic that life does not walk so dark all over Europe alone. Emerging sometime around 2010 under the oppressive skies of Philadelphia, these overcast malcontents are fitly connected to a city engrossed in shadow-soaked vices and dilapidated architecture. Not to imply that there isn't a comforting sort of gloominess in this musical malaise, as Night Sins frolic down the musical path originally cut by The Sisters of Mercy and Clan of Xymox with enough hints of The Mission and extensions into 80's darkwave to produce memorable songwriting that stands on it's own. Bass and drums punch through the mist thick as thieves, guitar lines circle like falcons overhead, minimal synths street clean some of the residual dirt, and singer-songwriter Kyle Kimball's vocals confidently press into the intimate fog. There is a brilliant light in the midst of dimness, and Night Sins is carrying the torch.» -Dean Troxell
Bushy & Nicky Money (DJ Sets)
1026 Spring Garden St.
Philadelphia, PA, 19123