Justin here on behalf of Aural Pleasure Concerts writing to inform you about an exciting event on the horizon at Level B Theater Pub in Salem on Saturday May 10th featuring multiple bands that feature iconic members of integral bands of the past. Meet Nasalrod and The Pynnacles.
Nasalrod is a 4 piece, high octane, genre bending, art-punk band from Portland, OR featuring none other than Tim Leitch (aka “Spit Stix”) original drummer for L.A. punk cult legends FEAR. Nasalrod has been making quite a name for themselves in Portland by consistently putting on mind blistering shows for the last 5+ years. They have also toured regionally through WA, OR, CA, AZ, UT, ID and have shared the stage with the likes of Mike Watt and the Missing Men, He Who Can Not Be Named (Dwarves), Melt Banana, C Average, RVIVR, Toys That Kill, Street Eaters, and Dimesland (mem of Residents). They will be supporting their most recent 7″ vinyl release entitled It’s our Pleasure put out by Portland label Poison Apple Records.
Here is a link to the Nasalrod website that includes music, videos, photos, and many samples of complementary press they have received over the years: http://nasalrod.com/
The Pynnacles are a 6 piece, psychedelic, garage rock, powerhouse also from Portland, OR featuring Sean Croghan of the influential 90’s rock band, CRACKERBASH. The Pynnacles fill the stage with a wall of aggressive sound tinged with dancey grooves that lean heavily on thick guitars and heavy vintage organ sounds. They too have a large cult following regionally and have a strong reputation for being solid crowd pleasers wherever they perform. They will also be supporting their most recent, self-titled, self released 7″.
Both of these bands are well established in Portland and other cities up and down the coast but this will be their first time visiting Salem. I’m looking to instigate some excitement around this show and was hoping to get some press to help spread the word. This will be a high quality show with the potential to really showcase some great talent and iconic players that have yet to grace the stage in Salem thus far. Please take a minute and explore the links and I think you will agree that the people must be made aware of this exciting event!
Also on the bill are locals YEARS. They have only been in town a short while up from Eugene, OR but they have wasted no time in their ambition to rock out as much as possible since their arrival. They mix many elements of progressive indie rock into a catchy, dynamic, and original performance.
Here is a link to their facebook page however they are still in the process of recording and releasing their debut album:
$7 door/ $5 in advance
All ages welcome
Alcohol sold w ID