Posts Tagged ‘Ultra Violent Lights’

Bostonist Show Preview: Exploding In Sound Showcase

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

RIBS is a dark rock band sometimes compared to Muse or Queens of the Stone Age—or, less often, Joy Division. Sunday night, RIBS will play with other rough-edged local acts at Church, creating an evening of deep sounds with a metal tinge. If you have Monday off work, there’s no excuse for not rocking out all night.”


Exploding In Sound showcase – Boston, MA 1/17/10 @ Church w/Ultra Violent Lights & Art Decade

RIBS Featured in Playground Boston and

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

Check out these two articles previewing our show at Church of Boston this Sunday, January 17th:

Playground Boston’s Weekend Picks 1/14-1/17
RIBS has a very cool sound… The dark combination of vocals and frantic guitars enable their sound to jump from a Death From Above 1979 to a fast-paced, much less depressing Joy Division. They’ll be joined on the bill by Art Decade, with an experimental style that PGB Staffer Nick Grieco describes as “The Mars Volta and Rx Bandits had a baby named Frank Zappa, who grew up listening to The Fall of Troy and Damiera.” If that sounds like your style, check these guys out. One more thing about this show – its cheap!

Boston acts RIBS, Art Decade, and Nooka Jones join NYC’s Ultra Violent Lights at Church on Sunday
Some of our friends have a show at Church on Sunday. No, it’s not a worship service. RIBS will join Berklee’s Art Decade, Boston University’s Nooka Jones, and New York City’s Ultra Violent lights for a night of mayhem at the Church of Boston music venue Sunday night. The band has a lot of new material as they’re about to release their first EP, British Brains. It’s also the first show in which RIBS’ new drummer Chris Oquist will perform.

Thanks to Playground Boston and OnAFriday!

Hallelujah – RIBS at Church

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

We’ll be playing a show with our most excellent friends Art Decade, Ultra Violent Lights, and DJ Nooka Jones on Sunday, January 17th at Church of Boston.

Advance tickets are available online and cheaper than at the door.