From the inventors of PiNoisePop ….
A Benefit Music show for Bindlestiff Studio
All Ages Shows
Doors Open 7:00pm
Good Night Robot
Golda + the Guns
with Special Guest
Come join us at the new Bindlestiff Studio for our first ever full music show featuring the most stellar local Asian American/Pinoy bands brought to you by the Gonzales Brothers, founders of the popular PiNoise Pop Music Festivals. Proceeds to benefit Bindlestiff Studio to help pay for venue expenses.
GOLDA + THE GUNS
The beautiful, savage sound of full grown adolescence, GOLDA SUPERNOVA arrive in splendid new-millennium rock fashion – 3rd World born, 1st World bred, with new wave appetites, fed on old school hair rock, perverted by punk, a lil’ bit of funk, and completely addicted to majestic chaos. LAVA, their first LP, is the product of struggle, stubborn individuality and torturous dedication. Tracks like “FALL,” “DIAMOND,” and “FALSE,” are all arsenic and ear candy, full of fast-paced new wave bass, classic rock riffs and the drama of a good novel. [from ChannelAPA.COM July 2011]
Check out “DROP YOU”
GOOD NIGHT ROBOT
In reference to their difficulty sleeping, Good Night Robot started as a secret bedroom project for Abby Camaya and Rob Uytingco. When musical friends and former bandmates, Rex Padayhag and Roberto Burgos, joined in the summer of 2011, the insomniac quartet became complete.
Check out: http://goodnightrobot.bandcamp.com/
The Savages are electrosoul, Vallejo grown, first generation rock and
roll. They are a 21st century sound for heathens, future see-ers and
the civilized alike. Their music draws equally from the seductiveness
of R ‘n’ B, the honesty of Soul, the explosiveness of Rock and the
root of it all that ties them all together. Creating and playing
together for the past two years at various venues around the bay
area, these Savages feel very honored to perform at the great