Tropical Fuck Storm

Ages 21 and up
Thursday, November 03
Doors: 8pm
$16

*All events are 21+ valid ID required for entry*
*Attendees are encouraged to wear masks while not actively drinking*


8PM – Doors

9PM – Show


TROPICAL FUCK STORM (10:00 PM)

Australian post-apocalyptic acid punk disco scuzzheads TFS are coming to the US and Canada for the first time since 2019.  For the last two years they’ve been holed up in a bush bunker pursuing their sonic experiments which have produced 2021’s Deep States album, and feature film Goody Goody Gumdrops. Tropical Fuck Storm members Gareth Liddiard, Fiona Kitschin Erica Dunn and Lauren Hammel will be bringing their wild, destructive and unstoppable chaos to the Northern Hemisphere stages performing songs from A Laughing Death In Meatspace (2018), Braindrops (2019) and Deep States (2021).

“Everyone I could see, myself included, had a smile on their face I’m not even sure was voluntary. The looks on the faces of the crowd after the band had left the stage were ones of awe—multiple mouths were left agape and eyes were wide open, almost in disbelief. It was a remarkable performance. One that anyone in the audience would attest to it being phenomenal. Throughout the entirety of the set, down to how the band dealt with their technical issues, it felt like witnessing the best guitar band in the world” Spectrum Culture @ Elsewhere, Brooklyn

NINA RYSER (9:00 PM)

Nina Ryser is a Philadelphia-based musician. She composes music for a variety of instruments, and is currently working on a synth-based film score for her friend’s feature length sci-fi film which will be released in 2023. Nina has performed in many bands and projects that have regularly recorded and toured across the US and Canada, including Palberta, an art punk/pop trio of 9 years that has released eight albums and toured prolifically, opening for Bikini Kill and Deerhoof, among many other groups. When Nina is not composing or performing in bands, she records and performs as her self-titled, pop-leaning solo project, which consists of lush synth compositions accompanied by vocals and electronics. She regularly performs across the country, and has released six solo albums, all home-recorded. Her latest album, Paths of Color, is her sixth solo album: “In line with her past few releases, Paths of Color is characteristic Nina Ryser: dreamy, wonky, synth-based art-pop that’s bubbly, edgy, sweet, and dark all at once; with elements of post-punk, art rock, and free jazz. But on Paths, Ryser has honed her home recording and mixing skills and refined her home studio set-up, making it her most polished-sounding work yet. But she’s maintained that homemade vibe, as well as the freedom of childhood expression that is so crucial to her sound. Her background in contemporary classical music serves to hold it all together in a taut, designful balance.” (Leah Mandel, Cowgirl Records)