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Whatever?, ANTS, Zukinis

You may want to save some spiritual energy on Sunday to go get your face melted by three of the rowdiest, rockin’-est acts in SA. The little tavern known as Faust will be taken over by Whatever?, a new local act centered around Tony Gnosis and his bag of punk and throwback rock tricks. Whatever? will be joined on the bill by like-minded head trippers ANTS, playing a doom-infused brand of prog/psych rock that is pure syrupy, grungy goodness. ANTS will also celebrate a new release on this evening, which is its first show in a while. Finally, the Zukinis will be on hand to introduce us to its beach-core weird-punk.

Venue Details

  • Faust Tavern

    517 East Woodlawn, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 2570628 (FAX); (210)

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