When: Sun., Aug. 15 2010
"The three-piece slaughterhouse rock 'n' roll of Chicago minor threat Ramova kind of destroys everything in it's path, an assault on both your appreciation of modern garage rock and throwback, power chord brawls. Live, the band's downright loud and fun. On Tape, the band has an innocent, if destructive, charm that's unavoidable and immediate. And the band's "Genghis Khan" is the best song you'll ever hear titled after a Mongolian warmonger. Advice? Enjoy with whiskey or beer. Or both."
Price: $10 - $20