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Punk meets slacker rock in High Pony's latest LP (playing Alphaville 10.15)

After the release of full-length debut LP Seen A Change (2017), Brooklyn-based group High Pony speedily returned to the studio to produce a follow-up record, Nothing Here Is Mine, released June 8. Merging the intensity and speed of punk with their core slacker rock style, this band’s gritty sound expresses their refusal to be bound by classic pop structures. Both the title and substance of songs such as “Off to Kill Myself” and “Drooling with Rage” illustrate these guys’ commitment to the rebellious, unrestrained nature of their genres of choice. Funneling rampant vocals and distorted guitar noise into each of their tracks, High Pony welcomes the world’s heaviness, channeling classic punk constructs of loneliness and delirium into their gnarled screams and introverted lyrics. Catch them shredding live at NYC’s Alphaville on October 15

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Soft Butch

Given that it’s officially October, I think it’s safe to declare that it is now Halloween season. As such, you may find yourself in search of some good tunes to fit your ghostly mood. Look no further than Soft Butch. The band is, without a doubt, spooky. The synth is otherworldly, playing over the subdued purring of the electric guitar. The band's lyrics are satirical and derisive, sometimes blasphemous. At the core of Soft Butch’s appeal is the glittery, infectious pop playing underneath the gothic overtones. Too many bands avoid using any sort of early-2000’s pop style in their music, and thus miss out on the delightful buoyancy it can inspire in the audience. “She’s Electric” especially stands out in regards to this. The ravenous growl of the song plays over a decidedly upbeat rhythm. T.S. (lead vocals) speaks in an exaggerated, at times near slurring, Valley Girl accent. Make sure you play it at your next Halloween party.

  By Avril Carrillo

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Slacker Rock/Lo-Fi

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Good Looking Friends
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/goodlookingfriends
Venue name: 
Trans Pecos
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Pop Punk

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Nervous Dater
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/NervousDater/
Venue name: 
Trans Pecos
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Pop Punk

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Nervous Dater
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/NervousDater/
Venue name: 
Trans Pecos
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