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All Them Witches – Tickets – The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA – March 11th, 2017

All Them Witches

All Them Witches

Irata, Salem Wolves

Sat, March 11, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$15

This event is 18 and over

The Sinclair is general admission standing room only. Tickets available at AXS.COM, or by phone at 888-929-7849. No service charge on tickets purchased in person at The Sinclair Box office Wednesdays-Saturdays 12-7PM. Please note: box office is cash only.

All Them Witches
All Them Witches
Heavy, heady and hypnotic, All Them Witches concoct a powerful and potent psychedelic sound that fuses bluesy soul, Southern swagger and thunderous hard rock. With their transfixing releases, 2012's Our Mother Electricity and 2014's Lightning At The Door, and a jam-filled live show where no two shows are the same, the band has amassed a devoted following and have become something of a sensation in the underground rock scene. "The band seemingly channels the churn of the universe and connects with a big, bad, uncaring cosmos," wrote the Boston Globe, adding, "There is a primal ebb and flow at the core… The band's mystic atmosphere, dark but not brutal, is the result of a tireless work ethic, a grueling tour schedule, and a tape trader's compulsion for documenting every show."
Irata
Irata
Modern heavy bands stay interesting not by hashing and rehashing familiar tropes, but by throwing curveballs: Greensboro, NC's Irata is such a band. While the tricky riffing and circular phrases suggest mathy- post-rock a la Don Caballero, there's also hard rock and 90s alt-radio accessibility – replete with impassioned Perry Farrell-reminiscent vocal howls. This isn't metal and this isn't traditional rock. Rather, it's a hybrid that borrows standout elements from both.
The ex-instrumental duo has gone through several lineups since forming in 2008. Now, as the drum and bass duo of Jason Ward and Jon Case – with Ward pulling double duty on synths and both members singing – Irata is that birthing star that sheds its outer layers to live on as a dangerous, dense, and super-heavy core. After all, it's Case and Ward's precise rhythmic lockstep that has always driven the band through serpentine melodies and pounding hard-Kraut. Couple that with the incredible, reckless passion and nearly celebratory energy of Irata's live show, and you have a curveball worth catching.

New EP "Vultures" out Release date Nov 1st. 2012! (Produced by Phillip Cope from Kylesa
Salem Wolves
Salem Wolves
"Boston's Salem Wolves dropped the new EP, Black Books, where Howlin' Jack, Isaac, and Woodrue howl out the hounds of heck on, "I Saw Hell", to the rumbling rough and ready, "Rumblr", unleashing the occultic underground observances, "There Be Wytches", to the doom destroying title cut finale. Salem Wolves are here to summon out your inner ache for rugged, and damned riffs that ride out into a thousand sunsets." -Impose Magazine

"That rumbling heard off in the distance is Salem Wolves. The north-of-Boston rock trio, based exactly where their name suggests, dropped their debut EP, Black Books, back in January, and it's a garage-pop and surf-rock mixer that puts a fresh spin on tested sounds... a gritty, hip-shaking number that tumbles along to the imagined sights of a bonfire beach party" - Vanyaland

"Salem Wolves bring a mix of garage-y noise, distorted witchy psych sounds, and pop sensibilities to life on Black Books. The more I hear it, the catchier it gets.... Trashy garage pop at its demented best." -Angelle Wood, WZLX Watch List
"Quite brilliant all-out garage rock... confident swagger" - Route for the Underdog

"Black Books, the new EP from Salem Wolves, is a solid release. It's garage rock tinged with a slightly poppier sound, but a lo-fi vibe, which gives it a Sebadoh meets garage rock sound. "I Saw Hell" is a Rocket From the Crypt style rocker with a touch of glam. "Rumblr" is the thrash rock version of "I Want Candy." Black Books comes highly recommended." - If It's Too Loud...

"A classic has to start somewhere." -WZLX

"Interesting for a couple of reasons; it's lo-fi and it's really about witches and shit like that. I don't know if these guys are crazy or think they're being funny, or actual Wiccans, or what, but I like this track." - Hearts Bleed Radio

"Raucous garage pop-rock" - MaineToday
Venue Information:
The Sinclair
52 Church St
Cambridge, MA, 02138

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