Friday, December 7th. 8pm. $5.
This “gruesome twosome” is a stripped down, juke-joint blues band that will make you drink n’ sweat til you can’t drink n’ sweat no more.
The latest full-length LP from Toronto’s catl. is their 5th release. The record represents the band in all their 2-piece glory. Primitive and rhythmically driving beats are the back bone for these dance-floor fillers that range from the love gone wrong, soul-saturated ‘Misunderstand’, to sing-a-long bangers like ‘Hot Baked Cornbread and Spice’. This is the stripped bare sound that their fans have been asking for. Guitar and drums, girl/boy vocals, with a side serving of harmonica, recall a simpler time when people believed in the ultimate rewards of drinking liquor, dancing, and getting’ dirty. Recorded in Memphis and Toronto, and mastered by Detroit’s garage rock wonderkind Jim Diamond, ‘Bide My Time Until I Die…’ is a collection of 9 original rockers with one gospel song, ‘Keys to the Kingdom’, tossed in to help all the Saturday night sinners repent and overcome their Sunday morning’s regrets.
Known for lamenting cat calls in “Creepyman”, Kerry Fey is a “cheeky-folk-punk” guitarist and singer/songwriter from Buffalo, NY. She recorded her first album, “Apocalypse, Baby!” with Tony DeRosa at Buffalo’s Mohawk Place. Having been likened to Jenny Lewis and Holly Golightly, Fey addresses heartbreak, love, assault, injustice, as well as doubting and believing in oneself, all with the help of a Pink Guitar she calls “Pepto”.
Find more at www.kerryfey.com and IG @kerryfey