Days N Daze, Juicy Karkass, Voice of Addiction, Ground Score

Jub Jub's Showroom, 71 S Wells Ave, Reno, NV

official facebook event:

Tuesday, May 29th

Days N Daze, Juicy Karkass, Voice Of Addiction and Ground Score Rock the Jub Jub's Showroom!

Doors @ 7 Show @ 8 $10 ALL AGES!

Days N Daze - Houstonians Whitney Flynn and Jesse Sendejas formed Days N Daze as a duo in 2008. Since then, they've taken on different musicians to create a full recording and touring band. Presently, the band's rhythm section includes bassist Geoff Bell and percussionist Meagan Melancon. Flynn and Sendejas remain the band's principal songwriters.

The group's sound has been described as "riot folk" or "thrashgrass." Song themes run the gamut from social (gang violence, terrorism, annihilation of the environment for corporate pocket-lining, the mundane and unavoidable anxieties of modern life, et al) to recreational (how the fuck did we end up in jail?).

Days N Daze embraces the D.I.Y. ethic by recording, packaging and promoting its music independently.

DnD is best known for is its live shows, which are energetic to the point of audience members stripping their clothes off in ecstatic, music-induced jubilation (or, too much PBR). The band has performed throughout the United States and Canada in venues ranging from house shows to festivals. DnD independently booked and promoted a full U.S tour with New Zealand’s Night Gaunts after their split release in 2015. They also had the privilege to tour with Leftover Crack and featured on LOC’s newest album “Constructs of the State”. On the road, DnD has played the D.I.Y. staple Mountain Blood Fest, at Skatopia's Bowl Bash and has played multiple sold out shows across the states including New York City and Los Angeles. At home, it performs routinely at well-regarded spaces such as Walter's and Warehouse Live. The band was honored to be awarded Best Punk Act in 2015 by The Houston Press.

In 2016 Days N Daze released their seventh full length album “CrustFall” and toured Europe through Pumpkin Records.

Juicy Karkass - Ever since elementary school, I've wanted to be a rapper. In third grade, a kid on the school bus let me listen to his Walkman. It was Raising Hell by Run DMC, and it was the illest shit I had ever heard. A couple years later, my mom's friend introduced me to N.W.A., and my head exploded. My memories of junior high are but a blurry, frenzied medley of Dre Day, O.P.P., and Mama Said Knock You Out. My freshman year of high school was the pinnacle of classic hip hop: Wu-Tang dropped 36 Chambers, Cypress Hill dropped Black Sunday, and Eazy E took shots at Dre with his flawless album, It’s On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa. Snoop dropped Doggystyle, Outkast dropped Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, and Nas dropped Illmatic, still considered by many to be the greatest hip hop album ever made.

And amid this feast of fresh rap flavor, I caught a whiff of punk rock. Again it was one of my mom's friends who corrupted me. He had a cassette with Circle Jerks' Golden Shower of Hits on one side and Suicidal Tendencies' first album on the other. This was the sickest shit I had ever heard! I lived up the street from this punk rock kid who would cut class and get stoned with me. He had a tape of The Exploited's Apocalypse 77 with Misfits' Walk Among Us on the other side. My head was exploding all over again. Suddenly I wanted to be a punk.

I stayed into punk for the next couple decades, doing all the typical dumb punk shit. I played drums in a few punk bands, did vocals in a couple others. But my appreciation for hip hop never dwindled. I spent years secretly scrawling rap lyrics into notebook after notebook, troubled by the notion that my desire to be a rapper was somehow at odds with my punk rock identity.

Eventually I became overwhelmed by the urge to simply do whatever the fuck I felt like doing, and here I am. My sound lacks polish. My scope lacks focus. But I'm doing what I've always wanted to do, and if that ain't punk, then fuck you.

Voice of Addiction - Voice Of Addiction are politically charged and socially conscious Chicago based punk-rockers. V.o.A. has been around over a decade doing 1,200 shows across the U.S. & Canada. Having 6 official releases & independently selling 7,000 physical copies (as well as being involved in countless compilations, and digital sales) these boys have proven they are a force to be reckoned with. V.o.A. has been featured in the video games skateboard party 1, 2, & 3 as well as snowboard party 1 & 2. And a feature length documentary from our last west coast tour "Punk Band" is due to be released in 2018.

Ground Score -