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Wombstretcha the Magnificent, Pill Brigade, K Dizzy & DJ HazMatt

The Central in Seattle, Washington

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Wow. This show was the shit! The venue didn’t fill up much, but for the first time in Seattle, these guys put it down. Everybody brought something different, and I had a lot of fun.

First up was DJ HazMatt. This guy knows what good music is. Out of his entire set, I knew all but about two songs, and he spun the likes of: Tech N9ne, Potluck, Kottonmouth Kings, ICP, Twiztid, Rehab, and many many other underground heavyweights. Nobody else at the show seemed to know what the hell he was spinning! Good. I love it when regular everyday people are feeling the underground shit, but are obviously clueless to whats going on. This guy apparently plays sets in Portland several days a week, so if you happen to be in the area, go check it out. You’re highly likely to see some titties at his shows too.

The show opened up with K Dizzy taking the stage. He seems to be just another juggalo with a passion for recording. What seperates him from the rest, is that he actually has a record deal, and an album out, as well as does shows all over the place. His music seems to be a little goofy, but I can’t knock the dude for doing his own thing. He rocked several tracks from his album, Ignorance & Poverty, including the track Sloth, which is a guilty pleasure of mine. The night went on…

Next up was the NEW King of Pop: Wombstretcha the Magnificent, accompanied by his partner in rhyme, Statutory Ray! This show was full of crazy shit from beginning to end, and I don’t think I ever spent TWO DOLLARS on a show so awesome in my whole entire life. They had everything from titties and strippers, to dudes in gorilla suits and sexual harassment on stage! Not to mention I thought Ray was going to beat the fuck out of this one dude after the show, like I said the shit was crazy and I loved every second of it. This is one of those bands that people all around the country has heard of, but nobody gets to see them because they seldom branch outside of Oregon for their shows. I specifically remember through my intoxicated haze hearing a few of my favorite tracks in the mix such as Baby Steps, Face Full of Cunt, and Soundproof Van, along with many others. They even did some 80’s covers, very well, may I add. They had a very odd mixture of songs in their set list, but it kept me on my toes, and it was never bring for a second. Treat yourself to a dope show if you ever hear of them coming through, as the shows are fucking cheap.

Next up was Pill Brigade. The frontman, Prof. zlex, a gigantic man with long black hair and eyeliner quietly moved about the venue all night, and then took the stage after Womb & Ray. Pill Brigade was the only artist not from Portland Oregon on that night, as they hail from just outside Seattle Washington. Their music is, if a label is demanded, I would say electro-goth-industrial. Not for everybody, as I thought it would be more traditional electro, but they have a full band on stage with their performances. Not so much my taste, as I don’t get into such extremely heavy shit, but they were pretty fun to watch live. I would catch the show again though, since I love to support local music as long as when I meet the band its not just a bunch of dickheads.

On that wonderful July night, I met everybody on the roster and had a great time. Everybody was cool as fuck, and they love to meet their fans. I would HIGHLY suggest catching this show whenever and wherever possible, as I guarantee you will never hear of another band that could even come close to sounding like or looking like Wombstretcha. I’m Buckeye and I’m outtie like ya belly button.

Websites

OneHourPharmacy.com

Location:

  • The Central
  • Washington
  • United States

Tour:

  • Summer Sabotage West Coast Tour

Record Label:

  • 1HRx Records

Reviewer:

  • Buckeye Fresh

Review Date:

  • 07/06/2009

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