MANE / Earth Girl Helen Brown / Flat Worms

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MANE / Earth Girl Helen Brown / Flat Worms

Sun · June 25, 2017

8:00 pm (event ends at 1:00 am)

$10.00

Tampon donations recommended - All collected items will be donated to the Downtown Women's Center!

MANE
MANE
Mane is a three piece punk band from San Francisco made up of Chelsea Jene Woodard on guitar, Madeline Allard on bass, and Lauren Hall on drums. With influences like Sabbath, the Shangri-las, Souixsie Sioux, Patti, Joy Division, Acid King and all the great San Francisco bands playing around these days, their songs are driving, energetic, loud, melodic, metal, sometimes thrashing, and sometimes pleasant. The band’s first 7inch is coming out in July from California’s own Cut-Rate Records.
Earth Girl Helen Brown
Earth Girl Helen Brown
"From 2008 to 2015, Heidi Alexander formed one-third of San Francisco garage-folk band The Sandwitches. During that time, she also developed a side-project based around an alter-ego, Earth Girl Helen Brown, a mysterious girl, born in Canada, raised in a Georgia-based religious cult, who went blind in one eye as a child playing baseball. After leaving the cult, Brown became a nomadic psychedelic folk singer, lived in the Alaskan mountaintops, befriended a (fake) shaman and led a drug-fueled musical career that involved cutting herself on stage, before vanishing into obscurity. Well, it seems Helen Brown is back, and has found a healthier lifestyle, dedicating herself to raise awareness for environmental issues with her music. On April 14, Empty Cellar Records will release “Mercury,” the first in a planetary-themed series, with proceeds going to charities that promote “popular planetary intelligence, energy management, communicative freedom and love.”
Flat Worms
Flat Worms
Venue Information:
Zebulon
2478 N Fletcher Dr
Los Angeles, CA, 90039
http://zebulon.la/