Timmy’s Organism, featuring Clone Defects/Human Eye main man Timmy Vulgar is set to tour through the first half of November.
Dates so far announced are:
Nov 1 - Detroit, MI - Jumbo's Bar
Nov 3 - Toronto, ON - Silver Dollar
Nov 4 - Hamilton, ON - Casbah
Nov 5 - Ottawa, ON - Domnion Tavern
Nov 6 - Montreal, QC - Casa Del Popolo
Nov 7 - Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Necktie (upstairs)
Nov 8 - Washington, D.C. - TBD
Nov 9 - Brooklyn, NY - The Lone Wolf w/ Foster Care, Pampers
Nov 10 - NYC, NY - Cake Shop
Nov 11 - Cleveland, OH - Happy Dog
They say, “In 2010, Timmy’s Organism released their debut album, 'Rise Of The Green Gorillas' on Sacred Bones, which was basically Vulgar solo recordings. For 'Raw Sewage Roq', it’s the full band pounding the kind of wacked-out sci-fi inspired skuzzy skronk anyone familiar with Timmy’s oeuvre would expect or hope for. Timmy jettisons some of the avant, jazzy Beefheartian leanings of Human Eye in favor of a more direct, straight-ahead approach that owes more to KBD punk, Alice Cooper style glam and Hawkwind. That said, “straight-ahead” by Timmy Vulgar standards is still pretty damned unhinged. You will hate yourself if you sleep on this one!!”
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