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Charity Gigs benefitting Easter Seals Military and Veterans Services featuring Super Robot Party * The Ex-Optimists * Jody Seabody and the Whirls * Locate

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  • Ticket Price: $8.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over

Rudyard's British Pub 2010 Waugh Dr Houston, TX 77006

Charity Gigs benefitting

Easter Seals Military and Veterans Initiative

Easter Seals has been advocating for and providing services and supports to veterans and military personnel living with disabilities since World War II.  Easter Seals believes that veterans deserve services delivered in an appropriate, timely and accessible manner.

Easter Seals Public Policy Outreach

Easter Seals’ governmental relations team is working to influence federal and state policy affecting military service members and veterans.  Easter Seals activity engages with congressional staff and administration officials to ensure that all veterans with disabilities receive the services and supports they need to attain their goals and full community participation.

Easter Seals is a respected partner and resource for veterans’ policy and information.  Easter Seals’ governmental relations staff has been invited by key U.S. House and U.S. Senate Congressional Committees to testify on the effectiveness of Department of Veterans Affairs rehabilitation programs and strategies for improving outreach to and care of our nation’s veterans.  Easter Seals’ government relations team works collaboratively with other veterans’ service and disability organizations to advance unified legislative goals that improve veterans care and services.

Easter Seals Military and Veterans Legislative Priorities:

  • Assure veterans' access to services by requiring the Department of Veterans Affairs to utilize community-based organizations to enhance current capacity.
  • Pilot long-term case management services models in designated sites using communities-based organizations to facilitate service coordination and navigate transition points in service delivery.




    Super Robot Party (Houston, TX)

    I hadn’t seen Super Robot Party, but I know the guys from 10 years ago. Matt Crow was in mytwilightpilot, and there’s a definite mtp stamp on their sound, but the vocals take the band in a decidedly britpop direction, so it comes out a little like if you slowed down and then Americanized the sound of Doves. in other words, beautiful!- Jason Smith –

    Super Robot Party: This new reverb-laden five piece crafts ethereal shoegaze drones, touched with tidbits of folk. The experimental mixture sounds a lot like someone’s garage in 1991, heck even a blend of several garages on the street, full of kids and guitars. The Pasadena group has nearly three dozen tracks available on Soundcloud, or for the full experience, catch them tonight at Dean’s with Jealous Creatures and A Sundae Drive.-Marc Brubaker – The Houston Press


    The Ex-Optimists (College Station, TX)

    “I’m honestly kicking myself now for not listening to this sooner. College Station band The Ex-Optimists have been on repeat in my headphones for a while now, drowning me in a turbulent squall of Sonic Youth guitars, driving ’90s indie-drone-rock melodies, and hazy, softspoken vocals, and I’m enjoying the hell out of it.

    On “Nitemare City,” the guitars are watery and sharp-edged in equal measure, drifting around you like psychically-controlled knives that periodically dart in to gouge out a chunk of your flesh. In the meantime, frontman Kelly Minnis serenely murmurs and croons like he’s already lost in the swirling murk; that is, until the whole damn thing explodes in a ball of fury partway through before coalescing back into its more stable previous state. The closest thing I can come up with is Houston’s own Muhammad Ali, except that this quartet sounds like they’re fueled less by beer and more by green, leafy substances.

    Then there’s B-side “February,” which dives sideways into nearly Dinosaur Jr., quick-stepping along through an insanely-catchy melody while the overfuzzed guitars set fire to the scenery. Occasionally feels like I’m listening to a rougher-edged Silversun Pickups — there’s definitely a hazy, shoegaze quality to it, beneath the out-and-out noise. “- Space City Rock


    Jody Seabody & the Whirls (Katy, Texas)

    Jody Seabody and the Whirls is pure energy and emotion. The sound of this psychedelic punk-pop-rock band from Houston, Texas varies from vast landscapes of lush chords to dissonant wastelands of distorted fuzz, sometimes all in one song. These musicians are not “indie-pop”, do not wear skinny jeans, nor have mustaches. They also do not apologize for any of these fashion faux pas.

    Jody Seabody comfortably straddles genre boundaries without obligating itself to any particular sound or classification. Covert funk (à la Sly and the Family Stone) and a rawness reminiscent of Nirvana’s B-sides share equal presence in the Jody Seabody catalog. These trademarks in combination with its members’ tongue-in-cheek demeanors result in energetic and entertaining live performances.

    Past show highlights include three sets during SXSW 2011 and a spot on the Free Press Summer Fest 2011 and 2012 line-ups. To complement their two previously self-released EPs (“Orange” and “Jody Seabody and the Whirls Sing Songs”), their debut album “Summer Us” was released on June 30, 2012.


    Locate (Houston, TX)

    High energy rock quartet, Locate, fuses psychedelic indie rock, intergalactic space funk, with improvisational free jazz and deep house rhythms into a soulful parade of non-stop grooves.


    Zach B. – guitar, vocals
    Frank D. – drums
    Franklin J. – keys
    Marc P. – bass







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