BRADLEY DEAN & THE TERMINALS
"Masters Of The Obvious' (aka M.O.T.O.) sound is that of one would be a 100% appropriate heard searing over an AM station on a weather beaten drive-in theater speaker some place in the midwest that time forgot. A time when Kiss, The Four Tops, Sweet, Olivia Newton-John, Black Sabbath, Lou Rawls and Boston could be packed tightly next to each other across the tinny mono frequency. A couple of acres of customized vans, big block engines and paneled station wagons with teens inside clutching such bottles as Richard's Irish Rose or Sloe Gin and Mountain Dew inside. The humid summer air is snarled with the scent of snack bar grease and smoldering homegrown. The projectionist for 25 summers had seem films about surfing student council members, sadistic bikers, reckless auto thieves, cheerleaders possessed by the devil and magic Volkswagon's come an go. But the station they played through the speakers before the previews started at dusk always stayed the same. In his twenty sixth summer the Flavo shrimp rolls and the cheap whiskey finally caught up to him and stopped his heart. The guy that took his place declared that AM radio was for squares and little kids and started piping the Ramones through the speakers. All hell broke loose and M.O.T.O. is what was left standing in the ruins." -Smashing Transistors
Bradley Dean & The Terminals are a four-piece rock'n'roll band influenced by early punk-rock and power-pop (i.e. Stiff Records). Features ex-members of The Visitors (NYC) and Bad Manners.
Night Squad sings songs about Judy Garland (masturbating to The Pirate), getting fat (again), work nightmares, gay bounty hunters (Randolph Scott), preferring shooting guns to having sex, and buying your girlfriend shoes (yours, not ours). They steal wholesale from: Angry Samoans, the Descendants, and G'n'R.
46 Third Avenue (at Atlantic), Brooklyn, U.S.A.
Doors at 8PM. $6 cover. 21+ with ID.