Moving Units w/ Young Girls and Children of Pop! 5/18 @ Walter’s Downtown

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Moving Units w/ Young Girls and Children of Pop! 5/16 @ Walter's Downtown

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The So So Glos at Mango’s on 10.14.13

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The Treaty Oak Collective proudly presents The So So Glos on Monday, October 14, 2013. Come join us on Bartolomé Day at Mango’s with Houston’s own Young Girls and The Caldwell.

This is taken from their website.

“The So So Glos are rock n roll band of brothers from Brooklyn, New York who formed in 2007- a band that has taken their own 21st century slang term and re-appropriated it to define themselves. The band has said that they call themselves by the street term as incentive to combat this type of behavior.

The band itself is made up. They’re made up of Alex Levine, of Ryan Levine, of Matt Elkin and of Zach Staggers . Through divorce and remarriage, brothers Alex, Ryan and step brother Zach were grouped together at a very young age.

In Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, the three started a rock and roll group. Without fully knowing how to play or tune their instruments the group was born in 1991.

Their earliest recordings were done on tape cassette and have often been described as “punk” sounding. Critics and historians have much debated over whether this decision to sound punk was intentional, or that its youngest member (alex) was three years old at the time. Despite differences in opinion by historians, they continued to grow as did the “rough around the edges ” sound that would go on to define the band.”

The So So Glos || Young Girls || The Caldwell

403 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77006

Monday, October 14, 2013
Doors at 9PM
$7
All Ages

 

Wild Child at Walter’s Downtown 10/12/2013

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The Treaty Oak Collective welcomes Wild Child back to Houston on Saturday, October 12, 9PM with special guests, B.E. Godfrey & Co, and Wandering Bufaleros.

Walter’s Downtown
1120 Naylor
Houston, TX 77002

Jamaican Queens at Mango’s on 10.3.13

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The Treaty Oak Collective presents Jamaican Queens to Mango’s on Thursday, October 3 with Children of Pop, Slave Masons, and HakeemAbdul-Jabar.

“Influenced by hip-hop and dancehall, Detroit’s Jamaican Queens are an indie pop trio that shares the synth pop sensibilities of bands like Flaming Lips and MGMT. Adam Pressley and Ryan Spencer started the group a few months before their previous band, Prussia, broke up, working off of electronic beats that Presley had recorded in his house. Drummer Ryan Clancey entered the fold, and the group released a mixtape before making a video for “Kids Get Away,” off their 2013 debut full-length, Wormfood.” — AllMusic.com

Mango’s
403 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77006

9PM
$6
All Ages