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Yancy are loud (and friendly) on "Hi Neighbor," play Alphaville 3.19

New York trio Yancy appropriately named their 2018 LP Hi, Neighbor! — their noisy, melodic punk and seemingly upbeat demeanors indicate they’re more than likely to have their fair share of run-ins with the folks next door, though you’d expect them to be friendly in mitigating any noise disturbances. Such bright energy is the consequence of a conscious decision to base their sound around triumphant guitar riffs and a bombastic vocal performance that sounds like the the lovechild of Tim Kinsella and Ian MacKaye. As such, their music is well suited for a specific subset of aggressive yet well-tempered individuals, tunes for people who bare wide grins in a mosh pit. Give it a listen below, and catch Yancy at Alphaville on March 19th.

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Warrior Tribes

Hardcore Trio Warrior Tribes kicked off 2020 by releasing three track from their long lost album The Con. The album was recorded by 2017, and is now beginning to hit the ears of fans with force. Having listened to the three tracks, under 5 minutes total, we definitely want more.

This is the punk rock of Bill Molloy (Bass/Vocals), Dave Fortunato (Drums), and John Duggan (Guitar/Vocals).

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A Very Special Episode rip (in moderation) on "Cut for Time," play Our Wicked Lady 3.14

Brooklyn post-punk trio A Very Special Episode know how to keep things in control. While discordant, shoegazing guitars and a healthy serving a feedback perforate their 2018 EP Cut for Time, the production and format hits a finely-tuned middle ground between cacophony and run-of-the-mill indie rock, opting to incorporate Fender-friendly sounds in a manner that’s aggressive, yet well-curated. At the center of the storm is singer and guitarist Kasey Heisler’s impressive vocal performance, one that imbues the band’s latest offering with an energy that’s characterized by an energy that’s as devil-may-care as it is triumphant — standout song “Crazy” is a succinct encapsulation of what makes AVSE tick, a track well-suited for a highway singalongs and pit-opening alike. Give it a listen below, and catch the band at Our Wicked Lady on March 14th for the Rizzo’s sixth annual PROM FOREVER.

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Torch The Hive "Shame On You"

Punk trio Torch The Hive have released a new single called "Shame On You". This is the first new music from the band since their 2018 EP, "Cut The Cord".

This is the work of Mike Fruel (Guitar, Vox), Tyler Sanders (Bass, Vox), and Eric Marciano (Drums Vox)

You can catch Torch The Hive on March 27th at Brauer House Lombard with Security Culture, Kingdom Zero, and Stellar West.

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Punk

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20:00
Band name: 
the Roof Dogs
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/theroofdogs/
Venue name: 
Ortlieb's
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