Eye and the Arrow Album Release

Mountain to Sound, Radio 1190 and Twist & Shout Present

Eye and the Arrow Album Release

Bad Weather California, Mike Clark & The Sugar Sounds

Sat, January 26, 2013

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:30 pm


Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

Eye and the Arrow
Eye and the Arrow
The Eye and the Arrow is simple. It is the aroma of coffee coming up the stairs in the morning that nudges you out of a cold bed with a genuine sense of “I can do this”. I will chose the adventure of the day. It is discrete. It is a secret between lovers. The scratchy reaching vocals croon purposefully over walking chords, melodic bass lines and drums that go every which way but easy.
Bad Weather California
Bad Weather California
“One dude was like, ‘What kind of music are you guys?’ I was like, ‘In-and-out-burger.’ We’re from the desert near the border of Utah and Colorado. It aint cool here. Don’t move here. It’s hot. You’ll burn up. We’re burned out. BLEACH BOYS. We play shows out in the desert. Shit gets wild. Oh yeah. We’ve toured with the Meat Puppets, Akron Family, The Lucky Dragons… And we were once Daniel Johnston’s backing band. So… we’re cool?” –Chris Drakala (BWC Guitar)

BWC gives you that feeling that we got from the music that we all grew up with as American wasteland kids. Music that got into your blood during those fragile and formative years. The soundtracks to when you first tried drugs, ditched school, had sex, became who you are. Teenage sound tracks. Mini Movies about us all. The pop music from your fragile years. When ever those years may have been.
For BWC it was 80s-90s punk music that didn’t sound like ‘punk’ music. Dino Jr., Sonic Youth, Meat Puppets etc... For other people it was Billy Idol, Prince, The Cars. To each their own. THIS is AMERICAN music.
THIS is a part of the fabric that is American pop art.
Mike Clark & The Sugar Sounds
Mike Clark & The Sugar Sounds
For many of you on the front range this is not the first time you've heard of Mr. Mike Clark. You've probably witnessed his fierce and often epic performances with The Jack Trades, heard the countrified stomping' sing-alongs of Crow Flies and was serenaded by his multi-instrumental mastery as a member of The Haunted Windchimes. Like his first band implies he truly is a jack of all trades, and shows a slightly different side of his genius with each new project.
Venue Information:
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209