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Wow – March 2012 is surely going in the history books as one month of non-stop Saturday night gems on the Busan music scene. This show is no exception. Three local powerhouses in their respective genres means a wild night of fist pumps and ass shakes for all in attendance!

The Lineup:

One Drop East – Reggae, Funk, Soul
Millstone Grit – Alternative Rock
Yello Loko – Punk Rawk


**~One Drop East~**

One Drop East needs no introduction. Ever since releasing their debut album, On Home Ground, last year, they have taken the peninsula by storm. With appearances at the Busan International Rock Festival, the BIFF Main Stage, Clubs Elune and 3F, Sunset Live Music Festival, and the 2011 Save the Children – Korea Fundraiser in Daejeon, ODE clearly knows how to rock a crowd. As their beloved singer, Angela, will be leaving in a few short weeks, this will be one of your last chances to have that tingly spine thing happen when you hear her voice. Seriously… only a couple shows left and then she's gone. :(

**~Millstone Grit~**

Millstone Grit are an international rock trio who plays all original songs. Among their influences, they count Nirvana, Bowie, Oasis, the Stones, The Beatles and The Sex Pistols. Super high energy with a super dreamy frontman.

Busan Haps talks Millstone Grit:
"Millstone Grit kicked off the evening with a set of all original songs composed by the budding high school rockers. Watching them shred onstage and react to the audience members dancing recalled memories of garage bands back in the day – when dreams of stardom… were less-clouded by the daily grind."

**~Yello Loko~**

Yello Loko are a relatively new outfit on the scene… but they've hit the ground running by already releasing a well received EP. Their sound stays true to the oi punk of the early 90's… fun, extremely danceable and loud! Get on down to catch these young rawkers and relieve some of that early semester stress!


So get on down to the show this Saturday night. The great tunes will be pouring out all evening long among the ambiance of Busan's most unique live music venue. 

Cover: 10,000 won (includes 1 free drink)
Doors at 8:00
Music at 9:00

See you there!










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