Reverend Beat-Man & Nicole Izobel Garcia

Reverend Beat-Man & Nicole Izobel Garcia

Killers From Space

Mon August 27

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is all ages

Reverend Beat-Man - (Set time: 9:15 PM)
Reverend Beat-Man
Swiss vocalist, guitarist, band leader, performer. Voodoo Rhythm Records owner.

Culture creators have eccentric personalities and engaging mindsets, here is your introduction to one of these figures, Reverend Beat Man. His resume crystallizes his status as a lifer in outlier roots/rock music – active international touring musician with his band (The Monsters, Die Zorros) and as a solo one-man band (Lightning Beat Man, Reverend Beat Man) for 30+ years and headman for established imprint, Voodoo Rhythm Records (120 catalog titles). Live, his performance borders on contemporary vaudeville with a demented, storytelling preacher persona, actively engaging with his audiences while serenading (or terrifying) them with dissonant, lo-fi one-man band trash rock. To give you an idea of what that sounds like, take savage sounding garage/punk rock and inject the derivative roots of rock music (i.e. blues, Southern gospel, and folk, jazz). It’s a job that has taken him to faraway lands from his home base in Bern, Switzerland and opens many doors of opportunities for himself, his label, and his associates.
Nicole Izobel Garcia
Nicole Izobel Garcia
Raised in Los Angeles, California. Daughter of a Mexican lawyer. Classically trained and later classically untrained multi-instrumentalist. Ran away to Bern, Switzerland and met Reverend Beat-Man who took her in like a lost poodle. Since age 16 has performed in LA with her screeching Farfisa in short-lived garage punk bands..and in more recent years throughout Europe and New Zealand with her own project...
Her style's been called Habanero Blues... mixing Punk, Blues, Cumbia, Mexican Ranchera music, Hip-Hop, whatever else, etc. etc. etc.
Killers From Space - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Killers From Space
Since forming in the summer of 1989, the Killers From Space sound has been described as "the hard part of cauliflower in the garbage disposal".
Venue Information:
DC9 Nightclub
1940 9th St. NW
Washington, DC, 20001