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Shop Talk bring their noisy post-punk to Alphaville on 12.28

Those who, like us, need at least one tense experience to survive through the mellow/hypocritical holiday season, might want to consider witnessing Brooklyn's post punkers Talk Shop live at Alphaville on December 28. The trio's 2016 debut record is unapologetically grating and exists in an imaginary musical intersection between Violent Femmes and Olimpia's Old Time Relijun. Check out closing track Love Dart, streaming below

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Final S-21 EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Before bidding adieu, the hardcore quintet of S-21 released its second and final EP. Operation Menu serves a primal, pummeling blast of unfiltered energy. Channeling pent up frustrations into raw musical determination, the release rumbles and shreds through barriers. Available via Sugarsalt Records and World Gone Mad Records, a portion of the pressing sales will be given to non-profits that benefit refugees, displaced people and immigrants, and all proceeds from digital sales will be donated as well.

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New The Barren Marys/Teenage Bigfoot Split EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Punk trio The Barren Marys contributed two track to Political Party, a new split release with Teenage Bigfoot. Both “Dumb” and “Nothings Gonna Change” were recorded at Brooklyn’s Converse Rubber Track Studios. Both serve as an indictment of the current political environment, “Dumb” is enthusiastically snarky, while “Nothings Gonna Change” tears through the facade of faux transformation. Fellow Philadelphians Teenage Bigfoot inject a bounce in your step with "Vagrant" and "Gringo," before the banjo plucks and strums of "Inkstains" provide a melodic farewell to a toxic relationship.

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Emo mainstays Prawn headline Baby’s All Right 12.22

Prawn has never had the sudden rise to widespread success that has graced other bands in the supposed emo revival. They’ve played a long game, touring basements, releasing splits, and slowly building the critical respect they deserve. Which is perhaps a little strange, given their music’s knack for swelling and exploding with post-rock rapture, sometimes gradually but often abruptly. The New Jersey natives make tasteful emo embed with subtle math rock influences and cascading echoes. You can catch Prawn playing Baby’s All Right on December 22nd with an all-star lineup of current and rising, vaguely emo acts: Slingshot Dakota, People Like You, and Queen Moo. – Cameron Car

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Shea Stadium hosts holiday show with Yucky Duster, Bueno, Fits, and Emmerson & Her Clammy Hands 12.21

When the longstanding Brooklyn DIY landmark Shea Stadium was forced to close its doors this past spring things looked grim. But, at the end of what’s been a long and difficult year for so many more reasons, Shea has thankfully managed to keep going in the interim by hosting events at other venues while it hunts for a new space to inhabit. Closing out the year, Shea brings a lineup of local favorites to Brooklyn Bazaar on December 21st: Yucky Duster’s scrappy punk, Bueno’s crispy alt-rock, Fits’ unhinged DIY energy, and Emmerson and Her Clammy Hands' intimate bedroom songs. Though Shea is still deep in the process of finding a new home, let’s hope this is the only year without a stadium. – Cameron Carr

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