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Bully @ The Church with Aye Nako.

Source: Jump Philly

Text by Mike DiGuilmi. Images by Ben Wong. Escaping the frigid cold, attendees arrived at the First Unitarian Church Tuesday evening to see rock band of Nashville origins, Bully, and opening act, Aye Nako. Descending the concrete steps before providing their name in the corridor, ticket holders were welcomed into church’s intimate byob, grungy VIP-esq […]Bully @ The Church with Aye Nako.

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NYC Memorial Day Weekend 2017 guide to events & concerts

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The weather forecast may be dreary for the unofficial start of summer, but there are always good shows. Memorial Day Weekend in NYC boasts Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, The Pixies, Alabama Shakes and more.

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even more protest/benefit music for inauguration day (a roundup)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Joey Bada$$, Emma Ruth Rundle, case/lang/veirs, Downtown Boys, Crying, Scream, and many more artists released protest/benefit music today. Plus: “1000 Days, 1000 Songs”!

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Sad13, Vagabon, Emily Reo, & Told Slant @ Baby’s All Right (pics)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Speedy Ortiz singer Sadie Dupuis recently released Slugger, her great debut album as Sad13, and brought her tour in support of it back to NYC last night…

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Don Giovanni announces 2017 showcases in Brooklyn & Philly (tix on sale)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Two Brooklyn showcases at Knitting Factory; and one at Philly’s First Unitarian Church.

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P.S. Eliot brought their reunion tour to Market Hotel with Ought, Aye Nako, & Adult Mom (pics)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Before Katie & Allison Crutchfield got more fame in Waxhatchee (Katie’s project, but also featuring Allison) and Swearin’ (a band co-fronted by Allison), not to mention Allison’s newly-Merge-signed solo project, they played together in the indie pop-punk band P.S. Eliot, who broke up in 2011. In the time since their breakup, P.S. Eliot’s music gained a cult following…

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Aye Nako plays Market Hotel on 9.15

Source: Deli Magazine NY

Aye Nako plays Market Hotel on 9.15

Punks have always been the misfits and outcasts of society screaming for change, so it’s no surprise that in 2016 some of the best punk bands are writing about gender, race, and sexual identity. Brooklyn’s Aye Nako tackle these issues on their latest EP The Blackest Eye through the pop punk lens, which has been long dominated by white males. Released on Don Giovanni Records, the four-piece’s new EP features subtly catchy punk songs while addressing deeply personal and important themes about society’s views on the LGBTQ community, sexaul abuse, and the white dominated society. Instrumentally, the band pulls from ...

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What’s going on Sunday?

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Today’s NYC-area shows include Mysteryland (Machinedrum, Ty Dolla $ign, Hudson Mohawke, XXYYXX, etc), Punk Rock Bowling (Cock Sparrer, FLAG, Agnostic Front, etc), Rainer Maria, The Men, and many Northside shows like Brian Wilson, Omni, Oddisee, Pill, IIOI, TEEN, and more.

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PS Eliot announce reunion tour & archival release, playing Brooklyn with Ought before NAMF

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Pre-Waxahatchee/Swearin’ band PS Eliot reuniting once again for a Brooklyn show before Asbury Park’s New Alternative Music Fest. Waxahatchee is also releasing ‘Early Recordings’ in June.

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Childbirth expand East Coast tour, playing DC, Philly & add 2nd NYC show

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Seattle funny punk supergroup Childbirth (members of Tacocat, Chastity Belt, and Pony Time) announced earlier this year that they’d be playing their first NYC show at Baby’s All Right on June 10 with Colleen Green and Diet Cig as part of this year’s this year’s Northside Festival

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Joanna Gruesome headlined a two continent spanning show at PhilaMOCA

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Joanna Gruesome | Photo by Chis SikichLast Thursday PhilaMOCA hosted a quartet of indie rock that spanned two continents. Headlined by the Cardiff-based Joanna Gruesome, the concert was a punk kick to the ears. Philly locals Mercury Girls kicked off the night with their crunchy pop … Continued

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Joanna Gruesome and Aye Nako Tear Up PhilaMOCA

Source: Rock On Philly

Photography by Amanda Silberling

No room on stage? No problem. On Thursday night, Joanna Gruesome performed an intimate set at PhilaMOCA, with two members of their five-piece noise pop band rocking out in the middle of the crowd. After a high-energy set of songs from their recent sophomore release Peanut Butter, guitarist George Nicholls passed his guitar to a fan in the pit, whose friends crowded around and plucked whatever strings they wanted on the guitar, making for a noisy, cacophonous, and exciting end to the show. Tourmates Aye Nako, an anti-capitalist, all-inclusive punk band from Brooklyn helped get ...

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