Just one week after releasing their new tracks Settled/The Places We Used To Go on Jan. 5, Wichita natives, Kill Vargas is headlining a show at the Cotillion This Saturday Jan. 12th. @ 7 p.m.
W/ Special Guests
and The Cavves
It is an all ages show with general admission seating w/ Concessions and full bars open! So be sure to have your I.D. if you plan on drinking.
Also featuring local favorites Nancy’s A-Maize-N Sandwich Booth and Wichita Brewing Company Hand-Crafted Beers!
The Cotillion will have the Check Room open during events to check your merchandise purchases, coats, hats and purses.
$12 at the door.
*No Refunds - No Exchanges Support acts subject to change*
Kill Vargas Bio Courtesy of Mason Monigold (ICT Fest)
"Kill Vargas is punk of the pop variety, but you can hear a wide range of influences driving the music that keep it from feeling prepackaged or fake. I saw them at the LuLu Temple of Doom last month with the Serpent Overlord, Bastard Glow, and the Earth Dies Screaming and they definitely held their own. The vocals, more often than not, owe an obvious debt to Billie Joe Armstrong, but can easily veer off into Sex Pistols territory and beyond. The drums and bass bring it hard, but with Nirvana-esque intensity/volume drops that lull you back into a song only to burst back with a primitive garage rock stomp or classic punk rhythm. Kill Vargas talk a lot about riffs, and interestingly, the bass seems to take the load of the riffage responsibilities in the band. The guitar is definitely a presence but is sometimes meandering and thin, filling in the top end of the bands sonic space but only occasionally shining through. The most important thing I can tell you about Kill Vargas is that these boys are in it 100%. There is hardly a moment in the show where the teenage energy isn’t coming through not only in the music but in the gyrating, head banging, and general punk-rock-style-body-moving that brings to mind the on-stage antics of the Blind Shake. These dudes obviously care about their music – and the awesome songs they’re putting out make it easy to care right along with them."