Bonfire Shows brings a night of hip-gyrating, booty-shaking, brain-melting music to Milkboy in Philadelphia on Friday, May 22nd!
Doors at 8:30PM | $8-10 | 21+
A harmonious blend of various styles and genres unite to define MoonStriker as something familiar yet new to the ear. MoonStriker is a four piece power house fueled by their shared desire to push the limits of their creativity while still remaining relevant. MoonStriker delivers their music with pure passion and honesty, creating a live experience you cannot help but be drawn into.
Something Like A Monument
Driven by heavy grooves splashed intermittently with odd time signatures, guitar and bass lines that venture into the realm of dissonance but always returning for the resolve, and vocals akin to caramel burnt to the bottom of an unwashed frying pan, Something Like A Monument is a wildly explorative collaboration that begs its listeners to answer one question: How well can you shake your ass?
The Stonewall Vessels
"Stonewall Vessels will set the tone for the evening with their earnest indie-rock that recalls a time when “indie-rock” actually described a genre of music as opposed to a broad swath of barely connected strands. Their slightly intoxicated rhythms and spacey guitars hearken back to college radio circa 1994, to artists like Sebadoh, Modest Mouse, and Built to Spill who willfully defied the slickness of that era’s pop music. Well there is still plenty of insincere slickness to defy, so welcome the Stonewall Vessels to the stage." - The Mosaic Project
The Oh Ones
Song singers. We play rock and roll. We live in Harlem.
Formed in 2014, Howlish have already started to make an impression with their own atmospheric brand of alternative/ambient rock, featuring intimate lyrical content, dark grooves, undulating, spacey guitars, and heavy swells.