Pie Shop Presents

Trash Boat and the Ambush w/ O’Fucchs, The Transposers

All Ages
Wednesday, September 27
Doors: 7:30pm

Doors at 7:30 | Show at 8
All Ages

Trash Boat and the Ambush are an eclectic anarcho punk band from Washington, DC. Their sound can be straightforward punk rock or folk punk, but there’s also ska, jazz, country and whatever else occurs to them in the mix. The members include Andrew Pendergrast, who uses Trash Boat as his nom de guerre, on guitar and vocals, Nick Peavy (also of Reach Row Throw Go!) on bass, Adam Hickox on Harmonica and tenor saxophone and John Heinze (also of Everyday Everybody) on drums, but there’s a rotating cast of miscreants who play various other instruments that might show up on a given night. It’s a bad ambush if you know how many people there will be. Their most recent release “Broken Window Theory” is available on all streaming platforms. 

The O’Fucchs are a folk based jazz and punk band. The band are from Philadelphia and have been playing continuously since their inaugural show of June 2022. They draw inspiration from sources such as days n daze, Etta James and Joy division. The O’Fucchs are a high energy, high crowd participation outfit that pours every ounce of energy into all live performances. 



Wanna disassociate while in a crowded room full of people? Neither do they, but they can’t help it, so come disassociate with The Transposers on this journey of life as a trans being. They are an all trans band from DC with hints of indie, folk, and emo. In their songs they write about everything from mental health and grief to what it feels like to grow up in a world that wasn’t made for you.“
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