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Daddies come out swinging in debut EP, play Baby's All Right 05.23

Garage rock is still kicking very hard in NYC thanks to bands like Daddies who take every aspect of the genre's do-it-yourself(-and-have-fun) very seriously by churning out one distorted chord progression after the next in their first EP titled—simply and in classic punk fashion—EP 1. The crazed songs in their debut record summon the energy of '70s pioneers like The Ramones and The Dead Kennedys. The acoustic opening in their song “GoodBye" (streaming) is perfectly disrupted by the electric guitars which come roaring in, and the aggression is taken to the next level by a seemingly constantly speeding tempo and by a furious drum solo finale - there's Daddies for you. The group is taking the stage at Baby’s All Right on May 23, and it is bound to be a hell of a good time. Check out “GoodBye” here below. - Rene Cobar

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Grim Streaker celebrate debut LP release on 05.16 at Alphaville

The furious guitars and nimble drum beats of Grim Streaker—led by the matching vocal inflection of Amelia Bushell—will pierce through your preferred listening device this May 17 as the band releases their debut LP No Vision. Their preview track “Today New York” is a promise of world domination through classic garage punk - and it all starts with their album release party at Alphaville on May 16. The Brooklyn group is offering the album with a cassette and zine package that is limited to 100 copies. The event is shaping up nicely, and NYC should be buzzing that evening. Listen to the strong pace of "Today New York" below. - Rene Cobar





Surf Punks Mala Vista release EP, play Gutter Bar on 04.20

The fuzzy bassline that kicks off NYC group Mala Vista’s song “Mouth Breeder” is only the beginning of a sonic roller coaster ride that will take you right back to the vintage years of garage rock (early '70s). Furiously powerful drumming lays a foundation for expeditious guitar riffs and driving vocal deliveries that are covered in the anxiety and excitement of NYC’s punk glory days. However, the band has a finesse to it that betrays an above the average musicianship (at least in the garage rock field, not prone to virtuosism); they showcase it not only in the solos of lead guitarist Erik Lamf but also in the effective backing vocals of drummer Ben McIsaac. The group is celebrating the release of their first EP and is charging toward a gig at Gutter Bar in Brooklyn April 20th. Here below is what you can expect from these NYC gents. - Rene Cobar

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The Advertisers release debut EP, play monthly residency at Carmelo's BK

NYC’s The Advertisers know how to dish out a savory blend of fierce garage-blues that will have many asking for seconds. The band will be serving up distorted guitars, hard pounding drums and angst-fueled vocal deliveries for the next month of their residency at Carmelo’s in Brooklyn. The band released single “Trippin” on their site, and are gearing up for the upcoming release of their debut EP titled simply EP 1. The Carmelo’s residency will see them share the stage with a multitude of bands supporting the group, and it is promising to be a jolly (and loud) good time. - Rene Cobar

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Weekend Warrior, April 12 - 14

This Saturday night, Dark Web is set to headline Kung Fu Necktie. Barreling ahead in guitar-ripping, backend-blitzing fashion, the post-punk outfit captures an infectious, rough-around-the-edges, raw energy. Shedding the weight of despair, relief is temporarily achieved, transforming into full-steam-ahead shredders. Encircled by an imminent sense of instrumental danger, while maintaining cool, composed vocals, Kentucky’s Tropical Trash has the feel of control amid impending chaos. And you’ll find the sonic stylings of locals Storks (featuring former members of Clockcleaner, Strapping Fieldhands, Watery Love, Fully Glazed, and Louie Louie) kicking the evening into gear. – Michael Colavita 

Other places where you can get weird this weekend…

Kung Fu Necktie (1250 N. Front St.) FRI Fame Lust, SAT Dark Web, Storks, SUN Everywhen, Brackish

Johnny Brenda’s (1201 N. Frankford Ave.) FRI The Original Sins, St. James & The Apostles, St. John's Alliance, SAT DJ Emynd, Bo Bliz: It's The Year 2004

Boot & Saddle (1131 S. Broad St.) FRI Chris Kasper, SAT School Of Rock Philly presents: Arctic Monkeys vs. The Strokes/School Of Rock Philly presents: A Tribute to U2/Evan Wize

Underground Arts (1200 Callowhill St.) SAT Wunder ft. The Dead Milkmen Black Landlord, Mt. Vengeance, The Spirit World

The Fillmore Philadelphia (1100 Canal St.) SAT Baroness, SUN Rosetta, Heavy Temple, Outer Heaven

The Foundry (1000 Frankford Ave.) FRI Devil Master, SAT Function: 1-800 HAPPY HR

Franklin Music Hall (421 N. 7th St.) FRI Shmittee

World Café Live (3025 Walnut St.) SAT Minas presents:La Giara-The Water Jug by Patricia King Haddad

The Fire (412 W. Girard Ave.) FRI Anthrophobia, Live Not On Evil, Sheena & Thee Nosebleeds, The Damn Dirty Apes, SAT Aberrant Light

Ortlieb’s Lounge (847 N. 3rd St.) FRI The Valets, Uncle Dan, SAT The Stammer, Arch of Love, SUN Kill Verona, Breaking Pangaea, Crossed Keys, Gennero, Savage Dads

The Barbary (951 Frankford Ave.) FRI Joshua Howard, Homestead Collective / Somebody Else’s Sky, Superunknown

Fergie’s (1214 Sansom St.) SAT Rachel Andie & The V Element, SUN Rusty Cadillac 

Bourbon & Branch (705 N. 2nd St.) FRI Taylor Kelly (Single Release), Sophie Coran, SAT Davey and the Chains, SUN Knightlife, Kissing The Klepto, Egocentric Plastic Men, Through Neighborhoods

Connie’s Ric Rac (1132 S. 9th St.) FRI Axe Limbert, Timmy Jones, SAT Endless Taile, Gibbous Moon, Canine 10, SUN Acoustic Fest: Tim From Oz, Fonvery, Michael J.Vitale, Vassal, Niqu, Marcelyn

Frankie Bradley’s (1320 Chancellor St.) FRI Royale, SAT Ian St. Laurent, SUN Comic Strips: A Marvel & DC Burlesque

Voltage Lounge (421 N. 7th St.) SAT Sad & Boujee

Century (1350 S 29th St.) FRI LUNCH, Prob No

The Tusk (430 South St.) FRI Cthulhu Martini, Altamont Surf Party, Bats in the Wall, Girl Science, SAT Boss Hydro, Outlaw Pandas, Pink Angels,Chino

The Grape Room (105 Grape St.) FRI Sun Choke, Leo Moon, St. Brendan, The Sixth Year, SAT Ryan Corcoran, Cookie Rabinowitz, Tyler Sensenig

Ardmore Music Hall (23 E. Lancaster Ave.) FRI The Whiskeyhickon Boys, The Sermon, SAT Peace Drums Project fundraiser: Trevor Street Band, Philadelphia Pan Stars Steel Orchestra, SUN Derrick Hodge, Killiam Shakespeare

The Pharmacy (1300 S. 18th St.) FRI SR Frost, Joshua Chase Miller, Lia Menaker, My Familiar / Blueroom, Greg Mendez, SAT Destroying Angel

Vox Populi (319 N 11th St., 3rd Floor) SAT Good Morning, Daydreamer (Record Release), Tapes & Tubes, Black Melanite 

Jerry’s on Front (2341 N. Front St.) SAT Loren Connors & Chris Forsyth

Creep Records (1050 N. Hancock St.) SUN Familiar Things, Andross

No Face Studios (5213 Grays Avenue) FRI Jesse Gimbel

Warehouse on Watts (923 N. Watts St.) FRI DJ Matpat, Osagie, SAT Professor Bangarang Presents: Molecular Danceology

First Unitarian Church (2125 Chestnut St.) SAT Breaking Pangaea, Kill Verona, Crossed Keys, Sad Actor

The Music Ward (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.) FRI Catullus, Solar Circuit, SAT Darla, House Plant, SUN Elaine Rasnake (Live EP Recording), Gender Work

The Rotunda (4014 Walnut St.) SAT Strange Parts, Upholstery 

Gay Baby Jail (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.) SAT Mavis the Dog, Boon

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