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Kew brings emo party anthems to the Glove on 7.20, plays house show 7.21

Brooklyn-based Kew’s latest release Typical Me is a great summer EP for the dejected and self-deprecating. Energetic bass lines and bouncy angular guitar riffs counteract downtrodden lyrical themes, resulting in lively tracks that hurt in just the right way. The tune “Blind” (streaming below) echoes early emo acts like Rites of Spring with its melancholic lyrics and explosive energy, while the overall mood on the EP is still more playful than somber. In short, Typical Me is a party soundtrack any emo kid can bang their head to — see for yourself on the tonight at The Glove or the 21st at a house show.

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Punk

Date New: 
Sat, 07/22/2017 (All day)
Time: 
19:00
Band name: 
Surf Thugs
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/Surfthugs/
Venue name: 
Bowery Electric
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New Track: "Sainthood" (Demo) - Cult Objects

Bass gives way to a tumultuous torrent of noise in Cult Objects debut offering, “Sainthood”. Describing the unfortunate fallout of a relationship gone sour, the demo utilizes emotive fuel, adhering while demonstrating the chaotic aftermath. You can catch the fledgling punk outfit’s first show on Wednesday, August 16 at LAVA Space with Minneapolis's Tony Peachka.

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Wild Pink brings punk-influenced indie rock to Goldsounds, 7.26

Wild Pink is one of those rare bands that's able to channel the emotional without being melodramatic, the nostalgic without the overly sentimental. The New York-based three-piece informs their brand of indie rock with punk and garage influences, while their narrative-inspired lyricism channels a singer-songwriter vibe. Their New York roots become clear in songs like “Great Apes” (streaming below) where they make specific references to their surroundings (“Riding out some psychotropics / In the shadow of the World Trade / Trying hard to understand the culture in my face.”) The dynamics of the song are reminiscent of early 2000s indie rock, but their simple, raw lyrics modernize the track. Their next live show will be at Goldsounds in Brooklyn on the 26th, and after that, The Knit on 08.23 and then a September East Coast tour. - Lilly Milman





Punk

Date New: 
Fri, 08/18/2017 (All day)
Time: 
10:00pm
Band name: 
86's
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/86sNYC/
Venue name: 
Gussy's Bar NYC
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