Black Pussy / Deadwolf

    When:
    September 22, 2017 @ 8:00 pm – 11:59 pm
    2017-09-22T20:00:00+00:00
    2017-09-22T23:59:00+00:00
    Where:
    Mohawk Place
    47 E Mohawk St
    Buffalo
    NY 14203
    Contact:
    Mohawk Place
    Black Pussy / Deadwolf @ Mohawk Place | Buffalo | NY | United States

    Friday, September 22nd. 8pm.
    $6 advance/$8 day of show

    Psychedelic Rock & Stoner Pop from Portland, Oregon
    Black Pussy
    https://blackpussy.bandcamp.com

    Deadwolf

    Black Pussy is a group of Rock n’ Roll pot-smoking fun-loving long hairs that are passionate about art, creativity and the dynamic human spirit which refuses to submit.

    For Dustin Hill, the creative mastermind and songwriter behind Black Pussy, it sounded like a fantastic band name. It encapsulates exactly what the band is: a sex-charged, ’70s-influenced, hide-your-daughters-because-they’re-coming-to-town rock ‘n’ roll band that sounds like Tarantino directing a Thin Lizzy video in the low desert. Considering the name comes from a song that directly speaks out against racism, Hill isn’t willing to entertain the notion that the band intends to offend anyone.

    The guys just released a new full-length album Power, debuted May 30, and are set for a three month tour across the country fighting off the name haters. For the past few years, the group has perpetually headed out on nationwide tours, including a full U.S. and Canada stint opening for ex-Kyuss legends Vista Chino in 2013, rightfully earning them the tagline, “ON TOUR FOREVER.” The group has also spent the past few years constantly working on heavy, psychedelic rock songs with not only Portland recording engineer Adam Pike (Red Fang, Norska, Black Elk, etc.) but also the legendary Kyuss founding drummer and multi-instrumentalist Brant Bjork.

    Black Pussy’s heavy, bluesy sound and clear influences of Kyuss, Hendrix and The Who have found a niche in the ever-growing, global stoner-rock movement. The band exclusively uses vintage Sunn gear, pushing a massive 44 speakers when playing live and tends to land shows with the heaviest, sludgiest bands in the Portland, Oregon scene. However, their classic, upbeat, relentlessly hooky tracks have led to Hill coining the phrase “stoner pop,” like The Cars meets Black Sabbath. The band’s catchy music tends to seduce anyone, even those who walk in off the street after seeing the intriguing band name on the marquis of the venue.

    “God damn, Black Pussy has got it all – from swirling fuzzy guitars. to jams that flow effortlessly between freak-outs and catchy choruses. Their tones hang thick like the smoke in an Amsterdam coffee shop and their vibes are comfortable like a nest made of embroidered throw pillows. Black Pussy a stoner rock band, no bones about it.” –The Sludgelord

    Comments