Hokum Productions Debuts at Bobby Dee’s On Saturday, August 4th, Hokum Productions debuts at Bobby Dee’s in Jersey City. As its first show, Hokum presents The Wedding Funeral, Brook Pridemore, and Natalie Papa. Hokum Productions is the flagship for new, alternative, and strange music and culture in Jersey City, NJ and is making its debut at the newly renovated Bobby Dee’s, under new ownership by the former owners of defunct Jersey City venue Lamp Post Bar and Grille. Featured at the show will be The Wedding Funeral (the new gothic-Americana project by Darren Deicide and Ethel Lynn Oxide), Brook Pridemore […]
Hokum Returns to JCTC’s Merseles Studios for Summer Edition Jersey City, NJ – Hokum Productions returns to the Jersey City Theater Center on June 2nd for its summer edition. Advance tickets are on sale now at: ticketfly.com/event/1695828-jctc-music-hokum-jersey-city/. This showcase will feature the New Jersey swamp rock band Reese Van Riper, alternative Americana artist Dolly Rocker Ragdoll on tour from Ohio, as well as black roots artists Vienna Carroll and Keith Johnston. The event will be MC’ed by blues artist, Church of Satan priest, and Hokum co-founder, Darren Deicide. The summer edition returns after a sold out debut at the Jersey […]
Red-hot Hokum! glows in the fires of hell for next show… Darren Deicide—blues enthusiast, swing-dance devotee and one of Jersey City’s most innovative promoters—has never been shy about flirting with the dark side. So it makes sense that the Jan. 20 edition of his long-running showcase Hokum! presents boysetsfire vocalist Nathan Gray, a card-carrying acolyte of the Church of Satan. Click here to read more.
Hokum Productions and Jersey City Theater Center Present Nathan Gray of Boysetsfire Hokum Productions announces its debut show with the Jersey City Theater Center featuring Nathan Gray of seminal post-hardcore band Boysetsfire on Saturday, January, 20th, 2018. Tickets are now on sale for $10 and capacity will be limited to 50. The show will also feature an exclusively New Jersey-based opening line up including The Wedding Funeral (Darren Deicide and Ethel Lynn Oxide’s new gothic-Americana project), Joe Billy (acoustic folk-punker), and Hoag and the Weasel (a progressive, experimental folk duo) as well as local vendors. The show will take place […]
Darren Deicide and Ethel Lynn Oxide Present The Wedding Funeral Internationally touring, alternative punk-blues musician, Darren Deicide, and roller derby veteran, Ethel Lynn Oxide, announce their new music project, The Wedding Funeral. The Wedding Funeral will be making its live debut at McGinley Square Pub’s Horns n’ Hokum Early Halloween Party in Jersey City on October, 14th 2017. The Wedding Funeral will begin releasing its first 4-song demo, Beneath the Floor Boards (Covered in Feces), on October, Friday the 13th. The demo will be exclusively available for free listening at theweddingfuneral.com. The first song will be “7 Day Work Week”. […]
Horns Magazine and Hokum Productions Present“The Horns n’ Hokum Early Halloween Party” Jersey City, NJ – On Saturday, October 14th at McGinley Square Pub in Jersey City, HORNS Magazine, Hokum Productions, and McGinley Square Pub present The Horns n’ Hokum Early Halloween Party hosted by television personality and actor, Lady Clover Honey. The showcase will also feature Pinc Louds from Brooklyn, Evan Laurence from Jersey City, and the debut of The Wedding Funeral, a new project from alternative punk-blues musician, Darren Deicide, and roller derby veteran, Ethel Lynn Oxide. HORNS Magazine, the world’s first homoerotic occult magazine, and Hokum Productions, […]
REVEREND DARREN DEICIDE AT HOKUM! PRODUCTIONS LAUNCH PARTY Hokum! has transformed from a Sunday showcase into a production company, and the launch party is Saturday, August 19th in Jersey City. Doors are 7pm at McGinley Square Pub, and the launch party will feature Out of System Transfer, Darren Deicide, Bible Gun, and Gina Tolentino. The MC and guest deacon of the night is Jersey City writer and comedian, Melissa Surach. There is a $10 suggested donation. Hokum! began as a monthly Sunday showcase in the back room of McGinley Square Pub, a Jersey City craft beer bar that was saved […]