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Three punky NYC bands at Shea Stadium on 05.05: Big Ups, Dirty Dishes and Washer

Slacking noise lovers shouldn't miss this show at Shea Stadium on 05.05, since it features threee NYC bands with a noisy sound and a slacking attitude. Post-hardcore quartet Big Ups - our Best NYC Emerging Band of 2014 - will headline the bill and kick off a three date north east tour in support of their recent release 'Before a Million Universes.'  Their label mates, slacker rockers Washer will be one of the opening acts; after releasing a split EP with Big Ups in 2014, this past January released their debut album 'Here Comes Washer.' on the bill also noise rock purveyors Dirty Dishes, who recently expanded to a trio (picture) and released a new single in February entitled "All of Me" (streaming) and spent the early spring touring the East coast.

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New Track: "Winter Grey" - Psychic Teens

Below is the latest track from Psychic Teens forthcoming album NERVE, called "Winter Grey". A thick, murky undercurrent rolls over the band's new single with Larry Ragone's signature baritone vocals digging away below the surface. NERVE is due out on May 13 via SRA Records, and Psychic Teens will be performing next in Philly on Saturday, May 28 at Johnny Brenda's with Mt. Billions.

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New Track: "Sleep My Pretties" - Swanning

Cynthia Ann Schemmer (of Radiator Hospital) is branching out with a solo project, Swanning. With a debut LP, Drawing Down the Moon, due out via Salinas Records on May 27, it’s first single “Sleep My Pretties,” finds Schemmer’s even-keeled vocals contrasted by the heavy thud of bass and percussion as she voices frustration over her past demons, shifting the balance of power in the process. Swanning will be performing on Friday, May 27 at The Waiting Room. 

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Abi Reimold LP Release Show at JB's April 28

With her debut LP Wriggling that was released earlier this year via Sad Cactus, Abi Reimold continued her ascendance. Reimold lyrically navigates in a mind-cleansing scenario, pulling at both ends of dynamics. On one hand, she strings narratives together through an extending path that reveals inner workings, while breaking down personal barriers in a delicate bare manner. However, she still manages to exhibit a furious volatile element, which is capable of chewing up and spitting out any roadblock that lies ahead. That balance of beauty and brashness - a calm, which quickly transforms into chaos makes Reimold (who is accompanied by a full band this evening) a force to reckon with. Tonight at Johnny Brenda’s, she'll celebrate with a record release performance, joined by the high-leveraging ebb and flow of grunge-punks Loose Tooth. Jacqueline Constance erects precise layers of encompassing soulful R&B, while Reimold’s Fake Boyfriend compatriot Sarah M. opens providing an incisive, comforting eeriness. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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Posers Opening for NOFX at the TLA April 27

It’s well-pieced together melodic rock that gradually climbs before riding the musical momentum down a sharp decline in stampeding fashion. The quartet of Posers, opening as part of the NOFX sold-out show at the TLA, smacks with a sense of immediacy, balancing harmonious anthem-tuned choruses with a quick-bursting instrumental cohesion, wielding itself with sticky, memorable narratives. The band embraces the freeing unity of power-pop, while exhibiting a well-honed sense of firing on all cylinders exemplified in tasty guitar solos and a backend that won’t sit still. Tonight, they’ll be joined by Milwaukee pop-punks Direct Hit!, who will likely be showcasing songs from their forthcoming new album Wasted Mind, and the heavy-ska combination of Mephiskapheles lays down the path to NOFX. Theatre of Living Arts, 334 South St., 7pm, $25, All Ages (Photo by George Abruzzo) - Michael Colavita

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