Muuy Biien

Muuy Biien

Material Girl, Above Ground Basement

Mon, June 19, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

O'Brien's Pub

Boston, MA

$8 advance / $10 day of show

This event is 18 and over

Muuy Biien
Muuy Biien
Muuy Biien is a band from Athens, Georgia. Early recordings juxtaposed dreary, lo-fi ambience with intense bits of minimalist post-punk and hardcore fury. In 5 years, the band has evolved to incorporate these two disparate elements into a sound that is both restrained in aesthetic and furious in delivery. On their newest album, Age of Uncertainty (Autumn Tone), goth, dub and film noir soundtrack have all crept their way into the group's sonic landscape. Experimentation with tempo and instrumentation have allowed Age of Uncertainty to serve as the band's much needed departure from their punk roots.
Muuy Biien pays homage to their influences but constantly change the focus of where this inspiration lies. They are creatively restless and already at work on a follow up album.
The band thrives on stage, where their range of styles all find cohesion in a chaotic and brooding performance.
Muuy Biien has been fortunate to share the stage with ICEAGE, Faust, Metz, Odonis Odonis, Girl Band, Magma, Cold Cave, The Spits, Black Lips, Lighting Bolt, The Coathangers, Weaves, The Soft Moon, Mothers and Chain and the Gang (Ian Svenonius).
Material Girl
Material Girl
MATERIAL GIRLS are a group who intend to work outside of social media, traveling down a much darker and libidinous post-punk path. It’s a more carnal version of Slang, but there’s something in the song’s swirling black waters that makes you want to dive in head first.
Above Ground Basement
Above Ground Basement
Continuing with the dark, raw, and dance styled prog-punk from their previous groups, Nolan Sullivan and Noah Lapierre collaborated with Matt Schuman in 2016 to make Above Ground Basement. The trio spent the past year writing and recording their first album.

Above Ground Basement embodies contrast. In long form pop structures appears Nolan's speak-singing and terrifying pitch bending guitar solos, Noah's subtle, potent drumming, and Matt's gritty bass and experimental noise. These elements carom into a surprising listening experience.
Venue Information:
O'Brien's Pub
3 Harvard Ave
Boston, MA, 02134
http://obrienspubboston.com/