The Infamists

Wharbaby Entertainment Presents

The Infamists

VVoes

Saturday · February 10th

9:00 pm

$5.00

The Infamists
The Infamists
"With a sound that is very reminiscent of a younger, earlier prototype of The Sword's style, The Infamists put on a great show in the hot and humid basement of J&J's at this year's Oaktopia Festival. With a strong mix of original tracks and covers, The Infamists gave a varied set that was entertaining and, frankly, exactly what rock 'n' roll is all about. No frills, no BS – rock at its core with good tunes that hit hard when the band needs to and eases off the gas pedal whenever the hell the group wants. In between songs there was a quick, "Hey we're The Infamists and we want you to have good time" but that was about it. Song, boom. Song, boom. Song, boom. No Bono-esque, mid-show speeches or any of that unnecessary mainstream crap. Just three dudes up there playing music for a crowd of happily drunk college kids – and I know I wouldn't have had the show any other way."
-Alex Ancira, Sofa King news.

"Musical expression in Denton is a very popular form of communicating the creativity that the city possesses. Along with the Jazz and Blues festivals, there are always good, free local shows right off the square. As I was scavenging through the Denton musical acts, I came across The Infamists at a show off the square, a three piece with the good ol' riff rock tones that epitomize rock and roll, hard and straight to the point. The Infamists are one of the few bands you can find that exceed your live expectations. They don't mess around and tell you 30 minute life stories in between songs. They saddle up and ride their set-list with a seemingly renewed energy after each song. A band that people often relate them to is Wolfmother, however the two are vastly different in the way they play. If you're a Rock fan, you will enjoy The Infamists. Be on the lookout for their EP coming soon!"
-Chuck Stark, The Notorious Note.
VVoes
VVoes
VVOES
(pronounced "woes/whoas")

The music existed first.

Elijah had written it while Rene was doing Sons of Sierra. Ricky and Tyler were in Bummer Vacation.

Then, the blur of life bent line and color and things were not the same.

Rene remembered the music. The summer was right. Rene, Elijah, Jordan, and Chelsey started ill smiths. Thoughts of drink and smoke and laughing and the music.

Then, the blur of life bent line and color and things were not the same.

Ricky came first because it was necessary, Tyler was soon to follow. The pieces are in place, feels good, sounds good.

The music is coming to life right before our eyes.

The blur is starting to sharpen the line and color and hopefully, when we're gone, things will not be the same.
Venue Information:
Lola's Saloon
2736 W 6th Street
Fort Worth, TX, 76107
https://www.facebook.com/LolasFW/