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Young Mammals, Pearl Crush, Ruiners, McCullough Ferguson
Friday, December 21, 2018 9:00 PM
Rudyard's British Pub, Houston, TX
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Young Mammals, Pearl Crush, Ruiners, McCullough Ferguson

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  • When: Friday, Dec 21, 2018 9:00 PM (Doors open at 8:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $7.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over

Young Mammals (Houston, TX)


"the grand-daddies of H-POP"

“They play raw and loose, with complex songs built around fire and ice dynamics of restrained verses, exploding choruses and linear bridges between the verses of their songs that give them life from start to finish.” - 002 Houston


Pearl Crush (Houston, TX)


Pearl Crush is the solo effort of Houston-based musician, producer and vocalist Mandy Kim Clinton. Clinton creates across genres, combining synth and dream pop with R&B influences and ambient flourishes. Pearl Crush layers lush guitars, textural synths and intimate vocals over counterpoint drum beats and orchestral MIDI work.

As a Korean American adoptee, Clinton explores her dual, sometimes fractured identity through her first love - pop music. Inhabiting a liminal space between the country she was cast from and the racially fraught culture she was raised in, Clinton carves out space for herself in the music industry by writing openly about her experiences from her unique perspective. Her music practice is often an exercise in world-building; Clinton creates sonic spaces, which, to her, feel like the home she yearns for in the physical world. Through her practice, she contributes to the important work being done by many other Asian American artists to amend America’s expansive catalog of artistic and historical narratives by inserting their own, after centuries of erasure.



Ruiners (Houston, TX)


"By all accounts, the gentlemen of Houston's Ruiners look like nice fine boys, the kind who would take their grandma's groceries in from the car. That is, until they perform. Whether it be in person or on their latest album Typecast, the four piece quickly turn into rabid punks who emote elements of '90s D.C. punk with the darkness of these modern times." - Houston Press


McCullough Ferguson (Houston, TX)


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