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Anarichitex, Mydolls, The Hates, Mish Bondage and the Blokes
Friday, August 23, 2019 9:00 PM
Rudyard's British Pub, Houston, TX
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Anarichitex, Mydolls, The Hates, Mish Bondage and the Blokes

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  • When: Friday, Aug 23, 2019 9:00 PM (Doors open at 8:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $8.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over


Anarichitex (Houston, TX)
https://www.facebook.com/anarchitex/

 

Although the Anarchitex have roamed the post-punk musical landscape of Houston for nearly three decades, the band's cantankerous barrage of noise remains far under the radar. ... crown them alongside other local veterans like The Hates and Mydolls as both survivors and sonic entrepreneurs, albeit with a more caustic underbelly than both.v - David Emsinger, Houston Press
 

 

 


Mydolls (Houston, TX)
https://www.facebook.com/MydollsHoustonTexas

 

Mydolls (1978-present), Houston’s original femme punk band, was formed in 1978 by guitarist and vocalist Trish Herrera, bassist Dianna Ray, guitarist and vocalist Linda Younger and drummer George Reyes. As one of the earliest art punk bands in Houston, Mydolls created a DIY sound that was as ethereal, fluid and poetic as it was politically charged and feminist. Throughout their nearly 40-year history, these pioneering musicians have paved a path for women and minorities in the music and arts scenes, and they continue to perform today with their original lineup. During the 1980s, Mydolls were interviewed by John Peel on BBC Radio and performed in Win Wenders’ Cannes award-winning film Paris, Texas. Mydolls and the Houston punk scene were the focus of a 2016 music-based lecture series at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and the band most recently performed as part of the SPEAKEASY experimental music and art program series at Lawndale Art Center in Houston. Their latest EP, It’s Too Hot for Revolution, was released as a collectible red vinyl edition in February 2017.
 

 


The Hates (Houston, TX)
http://www.thehates.com/

 

The Hates has been called "Houston's first and last punk band", and with over thirty years of blood, sweat, and that familiar mohawk, those words may be more true than their author ever knew. From his very first live show in 1978, Christian Arnheiter (now Kidd) has steered this legendary band through decades of disco, pop, new wave, hair bands, hip-hop, crossover country, and now the newest fad of tribute bands to keep punk rock alive.
 

In a time when many early eighties groups are getting back together to play reunion shows, the Hates have the distinction of being the oldest continuously performing unsigned punk band. And despite the love/hate relationship the local music scene has had with punk rock over the years, the Bayou City will always be their home.
 

 


Mish Bondage and the Blokes (Houston, TX)
https://www.facebook.com/Mish-Bondaj-and-the-Blokes-161475944517075/


decided to form the Blokes to showcase some of Sado's tunes from the past.

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