Majority Rule, Pg.99, portrayal of guilt, Hand Grenade Job

Majority Rule

Pg.99

portrayal of guilt

Hand Grenade Job

Tue, September 26, 2017

7:00 pm

Goldsounds

Brooklyn, NY

$18.00

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Majority Rule
Majority Rule
American emo-hardcore band from Virginia, active between 1996 and 2004.
Pg.99
Pg.99
American hardcore / screamo band from Sterling, Virginia active from 1997 to 2003. Shortly reunited in August 2011 for two shows.

Members:
Blake Midgette - vocals (Documents #1-13)
Chris Taylor (2) - vocals, (most) artwork (Documents #1-13)
Mike Taylor (12) - guitar (Documents #1-13)
George Crum- guitar (Documents #1-9, 12-13)
Mike Casto - guitar (Documents #3-10)
Jonathan Moore (3) - guitar (Documents #12-13)
Johnny Ward - drums (Documents #1-13)
T.L. Smoot - bass (Documents #1-4?)
Cory Stevenson - bass (Documents #5?-8)
Brandon Evans - bass (Documents #8-13)
Kevin Longendyke - bass (Documents #9, 12-13), guitar (Document #10)
Mike Widman - bass (Document #10)
Jeff (31) - noise (Documents #3-5?)
portrayal of guilt
American post-hardcore band from Austin, Texas.
Hand Grenade Job
Hand Grenade Job
Hand Grenade Job (HGJ) is an experimental post-americana duo from Washington, DC. Both women are vocalists and multi-instrumentalists, with Beck Levy (Turboslut, The Gift) primarily playing guitar and Erin McCarley (Delta Dart, Pygmy Lush, Governess) primarily on percussion. Levy and McCarley both come from DIY punk scenes. Their previous bands were loud. HGJ explores a different mode of heaviness. As a band, they are directed by the values of minimalism, agility, and confrontation. Their live performances include elements of visual and performance art, with a constructed habitat that evolves from show to show.
Venue Information:
Goldsounds
44 Wilson Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11237
http://www.goldsoundsbar.com/