Buzzcocks – Tickets – The Roxy Theatre – West Hollywood, CA – June 30th, 2017

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Buzzcocks

Buzzcocks

Dollyrots

Friday June 30

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$27.50

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This event is all ages

Dollyrots
Dollyrots
The Dollyrots are an LA punk rock band with pop sensibilities. Kelly (vox/bass) is sugar sweet but mischievous and might sucker punch you if you're dumb enough to try her patience. She also likes to play her basses til they’re sprinkled with blood. Luis (guitar/vocals) likes to read parts of books he never finishes and rock catchy riffs. The recently released Whiplash Splash is The Dollyrots' sixth studio LP and marks the duo's third successive Top 20 appearance on Billboard’s Heatseeker’s Chart. And after touring with their rat Sniffy, their dog Quito, and their son River, it also marks the addition of their new daughter Daisy to their entourage.

“Parenthood doesn’t afford us the time to overthink things anymore," says guitarist Luis Cabezas. "We tracked everything at our home studio and went with our first instincts when it came to the music and lyrics.” The result is an album that’s focused, sharp, punk, and pop.

During a 16-year career The Dollyrots have released albums on labels such as Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records and the esteemed Lookout! Records - but have successfully crowdfunded & independently released the last few efforts thanks to their loyal fans. Whiplash Splash is completely fan-funded through PledgeMusic and also marks the band's fifth collaboration with longtime Producer John Fields, known for his work with All Time Low, Jimmy Eat World, Busted, and so many others.

After years of touring and over 1,000 shows under their belts The Dollyrots aren’t letting up any time soon. The band plans to tour in support of Whiplash Splash while River and Daisy are still portable in kid car seats, but their days of traveling in a crusty van and waking up hungover on random people’s floors are behind them. “The album art shows a mermaid alone, isolated, and watching her city glow beneath bomb fire. There aren’t a lot of women I know who are living this same split lifestyle; musician life & motherhood can be difficult to blend sometimes” Kelly explains. “But mermaids are also a symbol of transformation and growth. And just because you grow up doesn't mean you have to stop being awesome.”