Diet Lite Tour Kickoff w/ Creeping Charlie • Rat Bath

Fri 05/24/24
All Ages
$15 ADV // $20 DOS

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Diet Lite

(Milwaukee, WI)
Genre: Garage Rock

Diet Lite’s eclectic style has been described as where “garage rock meets power pop,” showcasing catchy riffs, creative songwriting, and a brand of energy that could be canned and sold. Diet Lite is gritty, feel-good rock ‘n’ roll at its finest. The group takes pride in active bass lines, melodically forward verses, and familiar yet fresh material.

Creeping Charlie

Genre: Indie Rock

On the heels of creeping charlie’s highly regarded debut EP, Asymmetrical, comes their eagerly
anticipated first full-length release, How to Kill Creeping Charlie. Lead
singer/guitarist/songwriter Julia Eubanks draws from a broad palette of influences, blending a
Patti Smith early punk ethos through a guitar-driven 90’s Seattle pastiche, interweaving sonic
experimentation with irresistible hooks. With this, the 10 tracks on How to Kill Creeping
Charlie—ranging from quietly reflective to all-out rocking—paint a vivid picture of youth and
the alienating times we live in, and how to find redemption.

Rat Bath

(Milwaukee, WI)
Genre: Punk

RAT BATH is a band of all trans-gender individuals that reclaim queer-coded villains from their childhood as heros in their storytelling and strive for visibility in the music industry. They describe their sound as “Post-Everything Rat Core” but have also been called Bubble Grunge, Alternative Emo, Dirt Americana and Melodic Hardcore. Which ever way you slice it; they are fast, loud, and have a unique ability to seamlessly blend influences together.

Their freshman album Rat From Hell is considered to be Vocalist, Fred’s autobiography and was named one of The Milwaukee Record’s best albums of 2022. The shift in sound between tracks highlight the different ways trauma manifests in one’s life ranging from anger, vengeance, grief, romanticism, and finally, catharsis.

Their second studio album Call Me a Monster, otherwise known as their “Murder Country Rock Opera,” showcases inspiration from both mid-century Outlaw Country and Y2K style Emo and Post-Hardcore.
The sophomore album once again earned Milwaukee Record’s recognition as one of the best albums of 2023 as well as national recognition, marking a new era in the quickly expanding “Y’allternative” movement in 2020’s independent music.