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PINKO / Exhalants / Joyboy / DROVES @ Saturn
9:00 PM21:00

PINKO / Exhalants / Joyboy / DROVES @ Saturn

RSVP This event is 18+

*Parachute Punk Show at Saturn*
Doors 8 / Show 9

P I N K O 
Angular, artful, and experimental post punk from San Antonio, Tx, 
known for their wildly energetic and often frantic live shows.

Heavy, melodic, earth shaking noise rock from Austin, Tx. 
Exhalants provide a modern take on your favorite 90's "post everything" bands.
Think Unwound, Jesus Lizard, or Shellac but with layers of complexity and nuance that keep things infinitely interesting.

Rising from the ashes of Birmingham heroes Plate Six, these scene veterans continue 
turning their inside Dad jokes into an incredibly tight and relentless sonic onslaught.

Birmingham's favorite experimental punks whose songs hook you in, but always take you somewhere you weren't expecting.

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First Kentucky Post / cnida / Llarks @ Saturn
8:00 PM20:00

First Kentucky Post / cnida / Llarks @ Saturn

RSVP: An Evening of Ambience

(This event is 18+)

First Kentucky Post: 
First Kentucky Post is the occasionally-employed name for the music of James P. Fahy (ex-Teen Getaway).

First Kentucky Post began life as a project based on missives and foggy memories. Sometimes these songs "rock" but, often, they are aggro-ambient soundscapes conjured via electric guitars, synthesizers, and cassette tapes. Expect the latter. 

Helmed by Seth Noble of Iron Giant Percussion, cnida consists of acoustic drone/additive processes for harmonium, percussion, and various other gadgetry. It's the ocean floor or deep space. You're probably dead either way.

Llarks is an ambient / noise band led by guitarist & computer musician Christopher Llarks (aka c.jeely). His music uses guitar, laptop and tape manipulation to create multilayered melodic compositions.

C has been actively releasing music since 1996 under previous projects Accelera Deck, September Plateau, and The Trust Riots. 

Llarks is currently promoting the Like A Daydream LP which Vital Weekly said ..."will surely expand his audience..." The new album follows Llarks’ well received set at the Tonalism stage at Bonnaroo, which Rolling Stone called the "Best Place To Chill" (Bonnaroo 2018: 31 Best Things We Saw).

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