Charles Irwin is a Tampa handyman who will someday perform on festival stages, but so far the group has just released their latest album. On the floor– always check the scene of the house show where the band cut their teeth.
This is only the second show at the open-air Pastahouse in Seminole Heights, but it will be a banger thanks, in large part, to the locals outside joining Chuck on the bill. The Tallahassee Her New Knife shoegaze quartet (pictured) have been performing together since the members arrived at college in 2020, when a sweetheart of Sasami, Elliot Smith, Bjork, DIIV and Alex G. informed the approach of the group consisting of using big bludgeoning drums, haunting vocals and reverberating guitars. 0 MPH from Orlando completes the bill with an energetic indie-punk that mixes garage-rock and noise-pop.
Pastahouse will post the address on the day of the show, but be aware that assholes, blocking neighbors’ aisles, and being a general asshole at someone else’s house will not be tolerated. Donations for tour numbers, however, will be definitively accepted.
0 MPH with Charles Irwin / his new knife. Saturday, November 20, 7 p.m. Donations accepted. Pasta House, Tampa. @pastahousetampa on Instagram
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