Thursday, March 8, 2018

St. Pete's Permanent Makeup headline at Odd Jobs this week

Posted By on Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 8:00 AM

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St. Petersburg’s Permanent Makeup have long been standard-bearers for the independent music ethos in South Florida – and for that matter, the state in general – balancing aesthetics and activism in their music and business practices: championing DIY spaces, inclusivity, all-ages shows and progressive thinking in general. The band recently released their new album, Scrape, an encapsulation of a sound that draws as much from Fugazi and Truman’s Water as from the Red Krayola and Unwound. Live, it’s total explosion time. Last time the trio came through town, they played the Space Station, so they’re gonna be in for a wee bit of a surprise at the ambitious Odd Jobs/Blackstar complex. Onward and upward.

with the Palmettes, TV Dinner | 8 p.m. Friday, March 9 | Odd Jobs, 42 W. Concord St. | | free

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