Seminole Heights DIY venue Pastahouse welcomes Florida rock bands for Saturday show

No assholes allowed, but Charles Irwin, Her New Knife and 0 MPH will be there.

click to enlarge Seminole Heights DIY venue Pastahouse welcomes Florida rock bands for Saturday show
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Charles Irwin is a Tampa DIY-darling that’ll one day play festival stages, but for now the band—fresh off the release of its latest album On The Floor—still checks in with the house show scene where the band cut its teeth.

This is just the second show at Seminole Heights’ outdoor Pastahouse, but it’ll be a banger thanks, in no small part, to the out of towners joining Chuck on the bill. Tallahassee shoegaze quartet Her New Knife (pictured) has been playing together since members arrived at college in 2020 when a love of Sasami, Elliot Smith, Bjork, DIIV, and Alex G. informed the group’s approach to using big bludgeoning drums, haunting vocals and reverb-drenched guitars. Orlando’s 0 MPH rounds out the poster with energetic indie-punk that blends garage-rock with noise-pop.

Pastahouse will post the address the day of the show, but know that assholes, blocking the neighbors’ driveways, and being a general dickhead at someone else’s home will not be tolerated. Donations for the touring acts, however, will definitely be accepted.

0 MPH w/Charles Irwin/Her New Knife. Saturday, Nov. 20, 7 p.m. Donations accepted. Pastahouse, Tampa. @pastahousetampa on Instagram

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