Scream, Soulside

Wed Sep 25 2024

7:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

The 27 Club

27 York Street Ottawa, ON K1N 5S7

$25 (plus fees)

Ages 19+

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Dischord recording artists from Washington, DC

Scream

Soulside

and more


Licensed 19+ w/ photo ID

General admission standing with very limited seating

Presented with the support of Beyond The Pale
 

Scream is an American hardcore punk band from Washington, DC that formed in 1979 within the vanguard of the Washington DC hardcore explosion. Known for their incendiary live performances – an urgent mix of punk and rock-and-roll swagger – the original lineup is vocalist Pete Stahl, guitarist Franz Stahl, bassist Enoch “Skeeter” Thompson, and drummer Kent Stacks

Scream’s debut album, Still Screaming (1982), was the first LP on DC’s Dischord Records, followed by This Side Up in 1984. The band toured throughout the US and were one of the first US hardcore bands to tour Europe and the UK. In 1987, they released Banging the Drum, which was recorded at Southern Studios in London by John Loder. In 1988, No More Censorship was released on reggae label RAS Records. The album was the first to feature drummer Dave Grohl, who replaced Kent Stacks for both this album and Fumble, which was released on Dischord Records in 1993. Until now, the band’s most recent release was Complete Control Sessions in 2011. Scream’s newest album, DC Special, was released in the fall of 2023 on Dischord Records.
 

Soulside formed in Washington, DC, in 1985, split up in 1989, then reformed in 2014 and has continued playing and writing music since then. After releasing their debut album on Sammich/Dischord, they recorded Trigger (Dischord, 1988) and Hot Bodi-Gram (Dischord, 1989), which were combined on the Soon Come Happy CD in 1990. The band toured extensively in the US and Europe during these years, including groundbreaking shows in Poland and East Berlin shortly before the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. In 2020, Soulside put out a new 7-inch, This Ship, their first release in 30 years, which was recorded in Prague.

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PLEASE NOTE: Vax and masks are no longer required, but masks are always encouraged.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE PENDING PROVINCIAL HEALTH REGULATIONS


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Limit of six tickets per household/credit card.

Lineup, date, venue, times and ticket price subject to change without notice.

All tickets sales are final. no exchanges, upgrades, or refunds.

Any tickets purchased by suspected resellers are subject to cancellation without refund.

Net Capacity: 250

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Scream, Soulside

Wed Sep 25 2024 7:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

The 27 Club Ottawa ON
Scream, Soulside

$25 (plus fees) Ages 19+

Dischord recording artists from Washington, DC

Scream

Soulside

and more


Licensed 19+ w/ photo ID

General admission standing with very limited seating

Presented with the support of Beyond The Pale
 

Scream is an American hardcore punk band from Washington, DC that formed in 1979 within the vanguard of the Washington DC hardcore explosion. Known for their incendiary live performances – an urgent mix of punk and rock-and-roll swagger – the original lineup is vocalist Pete Stahl, guitarist Franz Stahl, bassist Enoch “Skeeter” Thompson, and drummer Kent Stacks

Scream’s debut album, Still Screaming (1982), was the first LP on DC’s Dischord Records, followed by This Side Up in 1984. The band toured throughout the US and were one of the first US hardcore bands to tour Europe and the UK. In 1987, they released Banging the Drum, which was recorded at Southern Studios in London by John Loder. In 1988, No More Censorship was released on reggae label RAS Records. The album was the first to feature drummer Dave Grohl, who replaced Kent Stacks for both this album and Fumble, which was released on Dischord Records in 1993. Until now, the band’s most recent release was Complete Control Sessions in 2011. Scream’s newest album, DC Special, was released in the fall of 2023 on Dischord Records.
 

Soulside formed in Washington, DC, in 1985, split up in 1989, then reformed in 2014 and has continued playing and writing music since then. After releasing their debut album on Sammich/Dischord, they recorded Trigger (Dischord, 1988) and Hot Bodi-Gram (Dischord, 1989), which were combined on the Soon Come Happy CD in 1990. The band toured extensively in the US and Europe during these years, including groundbreaking shows in Poland and East Berlin shortly before the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. In 2020, Soulside put out a new 7-inch, This Ship, their first release in 30 years, which was recorded in Prague.

-----

PLEASE NOTE: Vax and masks are no longer required, but masks are always encouraged.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE PENDING PROVINCIAL HEALTH REGULATIONS


-----

Limit of six tickets per household/credit card.

Lineup, date, venue, times and ticket price subject to change without notice.

All tickets sales are final. no exchanges, upgrades, or refunds.

Any tickets purchased by suspected resellers are subject to cancellation without refund.

Net Capacity: 250

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 19+
limit 6 per person
General Admission
$32.40 ($25.00 + $7.40 fees)

Delivery Method

eTickets

Terms & Conditions

This event is 19 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 19 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.