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Primitive Teeth

Primitive Teeth are preparing to release a self-titled EP on April 20th. The first single from the EP is called “Plastic”, and it can be streamed below. This is the first new music we have from the Post Punk band since their two song demo back in 2017.

You can catch Primitive Teeth on April 16th with Impulse (From Italy) at TCC Chicago.

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Dan Vapid & The Cheats

Dan Vapid & The Cheats recently released their third full-length album, Three, via Eccentric Pop Records. This is the Punk band’s first album in six years, but the group has not missed a beat.

This is the work of Dan "Vapid" Schafer (guitars/vocals), Simon Lamb (guitars/vocals), Dillon Dunnagan (bass/vocals) and Gabe Usery (Drums/Vocals).

You can catch Dan Vapid & The Cheats on June 29th at Chop Shop with The Kepi-rights, The Copyrights, and Kepi.

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New MINT EP Available for Streaming & Download

Cancer is the official debut EP from punk quartet MINT. Meshing sincere observations with a snarky, sarcastic edge, the band creates a ramped-up, rowdy, infectious energy. Unapologetically in your face, the tracks push back against the status quo, while retaining a resilient, upbeat tone. The album was also recorded, mixed, and mastered by Wherever Audio's Kyle Gilbride.

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Super Thing "Jimbo's World"

Super Thing has released the intense first single, “Jimbo’s World”, from their forthcoming album, No Rest. This is the Noise Rock trio’s first new music since their self-titled debut album back in 2016. The track is five minutes of insanity filled bombing bass lines and solos, raging guitars, and an opening drum beat that will get you moving.

Super Thing is the trio of Zach Lockwood (Bass/Vocals), Julian Lesse (Drums), and Peter Norman (Guitar).

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Buzz Alert! Animal Show brings punk rock home on 03.29 at Baby's All Right

Since the fall of CBGB in 2006, punk rock (and its sibiling garage rock) lost its footing in NYC, and punk bands have been roaming around the concrete jungle for years now, playing obscure venues while disguising themselves as something else. Punk is dead, right? Not if you ask Animal Show who is the epitome of a bygone era of music with their hard pounding drumbeats, charged power chords, and fabulous fashion sense. Animal show delivers punk rock the way it was meant to be heard, no tricks or gimmicks, and it's currently in a New York groove, having just returned from a tour that included stops through SXSW and New Orleans. Their next stop, which is not to be missed, is here at home at Baby’s All Right on March 29. Check out their new record titled simply EP, out now. - Rene Cobar

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