Tickets for the seven days of shows at Brooklyn Steel go on sale just one day beforehand.
An educated dive into the band’s influences reveals an eclectic spread of music.
However, they’ve explicitly asked concertgoers not to record their set.
The five April shows will open the brand new venue Brooklyn Steel.
Plus, a North American and European tour.
This is a story about being young, remembering and forgetting, and searching for a lost New York.
Fans can probably expect a reunion record from the group once the weather warms up.
If punk bands won’t call out the bullshit of politics, who will?
Produced by Dave Sitek and featuring Leikeli47 and Desi Mo.
Feminist dance-punk trio reconvene for first new music in a decade.
The latest entry in the 30 Days, 30 Songs anti-Trump program tells it like it is.
The third new track from the Omaha outfit’s forthcoming CAPSULE:1999-2016 comp.