Flier of the Week: Green Lady Killers

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Having followed their fliers for a year or so, I've always been impressed with the varied styles of posters for shows with punky trio The Green Lady Killers. Depending on the week you may see a flier that leads you  to believe they're a Psychobilly band, riot grrrls, lazy indie kids, signed to Lookout! Records, into pseudofeminist poetry or actually kinda cool.

They've been getting steadily better, as you can see from this week's eye catching flier for their show in Los Angeles next week. I know it's not a local show, but what a flier! They'll be back in Phoenix at The Ruby Room on October 10, though I haven't yet seen a flier.

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