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Post-punk trio Dead Tenants play Secret Project Robot 10.13

Dread, anxiety, and social discomfort permeate the discography of Dead Tenants, a Queens-based noise rock trio whose forthcoming full-length, LP II, drops 10.05. Their last effort, a 2016 split release with Brooklyn’s Drome entitled Ten Dead Ants / Peter Milk, is a scorched earth release in which lofi, acid soaked guitars hum and squeal, all the while barreling forward in an uneven percussive shuffle; occasional brief remises of calm are offered only in the form of spoken word verses, delivered in deadpan haze by frontman (and band namesake) Doug Tenant.

Dead Tenants bring a larger-than-life sound by way of their minimalist instrumental setup (a cut-and-dry guitar, bass, and drums), with LP II promising to deliver the same grandiose noise later this year - you can catch them at their album release show at Secret Project Robot on 10.13, joined by Kal Marks, Weeping Icon, Outside World, and other secret guests. - Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt), Photo by Walter Wlodarczyk

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Sludgy noise-rockers bbigpigg serve up "Din-Din" and play Aviv 8/19

Exploding out of the Brooklyn scene with the force of a too ripe pustule, noise rockers bbigpigg bring you Din-Din, a four track EP with more than enough greasy goodness to sink your teeth into. Kicking off with "Chowtime," the EP delivers fat, tasty basslines coupled with manic vocals that seem to edge toward gut-wrenching howls. The result is deliciously anarchic weirdo rock. While a growling bass belches leads and drives the songs forward, guitars rip through Din-Din with the squealing of wounded animals, freed to hunt out vociferous tones. Any way you carve it up, bbigpigg is septic sewer punk guaranteed to leave you feeling grimy. Check out Din-Din here, listen to the track below and catch them live in all their maw-chomping majesty at Aviv on 8/19 with Multicult, Couch Slut, Human Shapes and Dead Tenants.-Olivia Sisinni

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Brooklyn noise rockers Dead Tenants release full length "Void" + play Silent Barn on 05.04

We booked Queens noise rock trio Dead Tenants last year for our B.E.A.F. Fest (during Northside, it will be back this year FYI) and we are happy to find them in good shape with a new, super tense debut album under their belt, entitled "Void," which they self released this past March. The ten tracks on the record don't miss any opportunity to conjure up visions of mosh pits, with the exception of "Void (Acknowledgement)," which is just pure guitar cacophony and spoken word. We dig in particular Gadfly (streaming) with its resolved dissonaces and odd tempos. See them live at your own peril at Silent Barn on May 4th.

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Dead Tenants play The Deli's B.E.A.F./Northside Punk Rock Stage on 06.12 at Silent Barn

Muffled noise rockers Dead Tenants from Queens sound a little like Black Flag with an experimental edge. Their debut self-titled EP, which just dropped in April, is a jumble of twisting guitar riffs, melodramatic vocals, and loud noises. They're set to play  The Deli's B.E.A.F./Northside Punk Rock Stage on 06.12 at Silent Barn with Big Ups, Lost Boy ? and many others. Listen to their track "Syntax" via their Bandcamp below. - Michael Haskoor (@Tweetskoor)

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