Three Imaginary Girls

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Simply put, Kinski is a band that never disappoints. Churning out content since the late nineties (and under the roof of SubPop since 2002), every record that they put out is nothing short of absolute rad — not to mention how they do it live! As regular tourmates of Mission of Burma, Comets on Fire, Oneida, Mono and Acid Mothers Temple, they sure as shit know how to bring the gut-churning rock. Want to see a band that melts your face and makes your insides shake like Jell-O? Take yourself to a Kinski show.

Whether you be a drunkard, hesher, straight-edge, stoner or soccer mom, the wall of sound Kinski produces will swell and hold you in a gentle embrace… just make sure you bring your earplugs along for the ride. Kinski be taking down the walls of the Sunset Tavern tonight {December 17th} with the likes of This Blinding Light and Brain Fruit. Doors are at 9, and there’s just a silly little $8 cover.

Don’t be late!