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Blood Pressure, The Stasi, Low Charge, The Brood Live In Philly (12/11/14)

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This past Thursday on a whim I headed out to my current favorite house in Philadelphia, The Golden Tea House to see a bunch of local hardcore bands and touring Blood Pressure from Pittsburgh.

The Brood:
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First up were Philadelphia locals The Brood.  I’ve never heard them before, but consisting of ex members of Witch Hunt, these guys (and girl) completely shred with their crusty aggressive hardcore.   Reminding me a bit of Behind Enemy Lines, I definitely need to check out some of their recorded work.

Low Charge:
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Recently I’ve been listening to Low Charge’s 7 inch a lot lately, but I’ve never gotten a chance to catch the Philadelphia hardcore band.  Playing d-beat inspired hardcore, Low Charge completely tore it up with vocalist Will all over the place constantly dancing, jumping into, and charging into the receptive crowd.  Go see them if they play a show near you, they put on a hell of a set.

The Stasi:
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I’ve caught local The Stasi once before in the late spring play a show with The Flex and Violent Reaction, and it was a damn good time.  Coming off a few week long tour, The Stasi plays aggressive hardcore with song lyrics influenced by their namesake East Germany secret police.  Listening to both their demo and their 7 inch State Voyeurism, The Stasi played an energetic set with people dancing throughout.  Another one not to be missed.

Blood Pressure:

Last up were Pittsburgh’s Blood Pressure.  I never heard of them before the show, but I asked my friend who knows my musical taste pretty well if it was worth me sticking around for.  His response was “You’ll love them.  It’s ex-members of Government Warning man.”  I was sold.

Blood Pressure took the kitchen floor and played their face-shredding brand of hardcore.  With featuring the guitarist from Government Warning, it’s almost impossible to not compare Blood Pressure to them, and the songs were very reminiscent of his old band (this is definitely a good thing in my book).  Definitely a solid way to end the night.

MP3:
Blood Pressure – The Facts
The Stasi – On Standby For Guilt
Low Charge – Shut In
The Brood – No Way Out

More Hardcore:
Government Warning – No Moderation
Bad Side – Looking For A Bad Time
Aneurysm Rats

Lagwagon, Swingin Utters, This Legend Live in Philly (12/4/14)

This past Thursday, I headed to Philadelphia’s TLA in order to catch one hell of a lineup… Lagwagon and Swingin Utters.  I got to the venue on a chilly Thursday evening, and the place was pretty empty when I arrived.  I missed the first opener but got there in time for This Legend.

This Legend:

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I’ve never heard of This Legend before the show, but apparently the LA pop-punk band consists of ex members from Yellowcard.  I’ve never really gotten into Yellowcard so I can’t really tell you the similarities/differences/etc but I can say that This Legend played a decent pop-punk set that had plenty in the crowd digging.  I enjoyed their set, but this type of music is a bit of a grower for me, so I’d have to check out their recorded work some.

Swingin Utters:

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The place started to fill up a bit more as Swingin Utters took the stage, but still mostly empty.  I’ve had the chance of seeing Swingin Utters a few years back play the North Star Bar, and they completely killed it there so I was stoked to finally be seeing them again.  They took the stage, and while the TLA is a lot bigger than North Star (with barricades and the like), the band still put on a incredibly tight set.

It was clear that most of the crowd didn’t know who they were, but the few of us who did were shouting along to each of the songs as they blasted through both old and newer songs off their latest album Fistful of Hollow (which I have but haven’t really had a chance to listen through yet).

Always a good show, I think they would do better headlining their own show in a smaller venue, but I’m not going to pass an opportunity to see these long running punks.

Lagwagon:

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I’ve been listening to Lagwagon ever since Let’s Talk About Feelings came out nearly 15 years ago, and listen to them pretty damn regularly but somehow never had a chance to see them (only a few bands fit this category… I’m looking at you Dillinger Four).  I bought tickets as soon as this show was announced in excitement to finally see them.

Lagwagon was touring to support their latest release Hang (which is their thrashiest release to date), and I’ve been playing the shit out of it (and need to have a post up soon about it) and so naturally the majority of songs came off it.  While some of us sang along to newer openers  “Obsolete Absolute” and “Made Of Broken Parts”, it was clear the majority of the smaller crowd haven’t listened to the new album yet, to which Joey Cape even commented “Philly you’re so mellow tonight, you’re scaring me a bit”.  It wasn’t until the band blasted into “Island of Shame” and then “Violins” did a real pit open up and people started screaming along every word.

Lagwagon played an incredibly tight and fun set, playing songs from all of their albums with the biggest reaction coming with their older stuff.  It was pretty rad to finally get a chance to see Lagwagon, they’ve always been a bit volatile about touring/going on hiatus so I’m hoping this won’t be the last.  The TLA was nowhere near capacity (maybe they were at half at most), so I’m thinking a smaller venue and this show would be off the fucking wall.

Setlist:
Obsolete Absolute
Made Of Broken Parts
Island Of Shame
Never Stops
After You My Friend
Falling Apart
Sick
Western Settlements
Heartbreaking Music
The Cog In The Machine
Coffee And CIgarettes
Wind In Your Sail
Burning Out In Style
Alien 8
Making Friends
One More Song
Razor Burn

Encore:
Burden Of Proof
Reign
Angry Days
May 16

MP3:
Lagwagon – One Thing To Live
Swingin’ Utters – Sign it Away

More:
Lagwagon – I Think My Older Brother Used To Listen To Lagwagon
Lagwagon – Double Plaidinum
Swingin’ Utters – A Juvenile Product of The Working Class

Mean Jeans, Groovie Ghoulies, Dark Thoughts Live In Philly (11/30/14)

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This was like a Ramones influenced pop-punk wet dream come true.  When I first saw that the Mean Jeans and Kepi Ghoulie were coming around to Philly’s Golden Tea House (the best spot in Philly right now for house shows), I was beyond stoked, but I just thought that Kepi Ghoulie was doing his solo acoustic stuff.  When I found out Kepi was doing a Groovie Ghoulies set with the Mean Jeans as the backing band, I knew I needed to be at this show no matter what.

My girlfriend and I arrived at The Golden Tea house a bit early, and got there as Dark Thoughts was setting up.

Dark Thoughts:

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First up were Philadelphia’s three piece Dark Thoughts.  Playing straight forward Ramones influenced punk rock, Dark Thoughts put on an entertaining show and definitely have me listening to their 4 song Demo.  They’re a newer band, so be on the lookout for upcoming recordings and any shows.  It’s definitely a fun set.

Kepi Ghoulie:
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I love the Groovie Ghoulies, and have been listening to them ever since I saw them play live about a decade ago.  Besides being at it since 1983, The Groovie Ghoulies finally called it a day 7 years ago with an impressive discography and with Kepi Ghoulie going on to record some solo stuff.  Like I said in the intro, I originally assumed that Kepi was going to be playing those songs, but instead he announced he would be doing a Groovie Ghoulies set with the Mean Jeans playing…fuck yes.

Opening up with Devil Town, the kitchen space immediately erupted with some of us pogoing and singing along.  Kepi and crew didn’t let up as balloons were being thrown around, beer being spilled everywhere, and all around a giant party was happening.  Kepi was definitely feeding off the crowd’s energy, and keeping things in high spirits while taking cover requests on the spot (Moto’s Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance To The Radio) and cracking jokes about how old he is (“this is a song that Kepi wrote 75 years ago”).

They played an incredibly solid and fun set, and while I think this was a one-off tour, I really hope he comes back around playing Groovie Ghoulie songs soon.  Those songs are just too fantastic and fun to not be heard live… preferably in someone’s kitchen.

Setlist:
Devil Town
Bye Bye Brain
(She’s My) Vampire Girl
Ghoulies Are Go!
(She’s Got A) Brain ScramblingI Wanna Have Fun
Outbreak!
Doin’ Fine
Lonely Hearts Blues
She Gets All The Girls
School Is In
Carly Simon
Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance To The Radio (M.O.T.O cover)
A New England (Billy Bragg cover)
Beast With Five Hands

Mean Jeans:

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After they finished up Kepi’s set, Portland’s Mean Jeans took a little break before coming back to do a set of their own.  They carried the momentum of the last set over, and opening with “Born On A Saturday Night” had the crowd immediately dancing in the small kitchen as neon pink streamers were being thrown all over the place (seriously, I left the place covered in sweat, beer, and streamers).

Teasing the crowd and asking if we wanted to hear a Cranberries cover or a Red Hot Chili Peppers one, they would play the opening riff to Zombie before blasting into their own song, and then doing the same with some RHCP songs.

Playing a set with plenty off of their 7 inches and their debut LP, they had Kepi come back to do a cover of The Ramones “Swallow My Pride”.  Afterwards Kepi requested “Pogo B4 You Go Go” to which he made sure to party with the crowd and pogo the entire time before the Mean Jeans called it a night.  Easily one of the most fun house shows I’ve been to in a while, and definitely one of the most fun shows I’ve been to this year.

Setlist (incomplete, not in order):
Born On A Saturday Night
Steve Don’t Party No More
Case Race
Slime Time
Stoned To The Bone
Outta Smokes
Swallow My Pride (Ramones Cover)
Le’ts Pogo B4 You Gogo

MP3:
Dark Thoughts – Identity Crisis
Groovie Ghoulies – Til Death Do Us Party
Mean Jeans – Rats Roaches And Jeans

More:
Mean Jeans – Are You Serious
The Lillingtons – Too Late Show
Teenage Bottlerocket – Another Way

Cock Sparrer, H2O Live In Philly (11/28/14)

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This past Friday, I headed out to Philadelphia’s Union Transfer to catch legendary UK oi punk band Cock Sparrer grace Philadelphia for the 2nd time ever in their long career.  The venue sold out relatively quickly once the show was announced, and with a pretty diverse punk lineup, there was a nice mix of spiky jackets, skins in polo, hardcore kids, and older punks who were listening to Cock Sparrer when they first came out back in the 70s.  I missed The Casualties but got there in time for H2O.

H2O:

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I wasn’t sure the type of reaction H2O would get at a Cock Sparrer show, but the second they took the stage a pit opened up with hardcore kids two-stepping and shouting along.  Forming back in 1995, these guys have been a staple in NYHC, bringing a more melodic sound to a scene often dominated by bands such as Sick Of It All and Madball.

The band seemed in high spirits, saying how awesome it was to be playing to so many new people who’ve never heard them before, and they blast through their anthems for a relatively short set.  Since I wasn’t feeling very well I was trying to not go nuts, but i couldn’t help but jump in and two step during a few songs.  Always a good time, I’m hoping H2O comes around again soon to a smaller venue that they headline.

Setlist (From what I remember, not in order)
Still Here
Family Tree
1995
One Life One Chance
5 Year Plan
Guilty By Association
What Happened
Nothing To Prove

Cock Sparrer:

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I caught Cock Sparrer about 2 years ago when they came around to Philly for the first time and the show was nothing short of unbelievable: so much energy from both the crowd and the band.  This time was no exception… Cock Sparrer took the stage after a lengthy musical intro, and immediately started playing the two note siren of Riot Squad which had everyone in the crowd moving and shouting along.

At one point, they took a second to say how Philly is the loudest and craziest crowd they’ve ever seen, and said “I know what you’re thinking, he says that at every show.  No, I’m being serious I even posted it on facebook before.” Usually I’d write this off as typical band working the crowd, but I’ve known people who flew to England to see them, and they said that it actually is much crazier here.  Maybe we’re all just really angry oi fans.

Cock Sparrer played an incredibly solid set taking songs from most of their releases, with a heavy focus on their most popular Shock Troops, but every song got a huge reaction from us. It’s rare for Cock Sparrer to play many shows in the States these days, only coming over for a select few.  I’m lucky enough that Philly is now one of their go to staples.

Setlist:
Riot Squad
Watch Your Back
Working
Again and Again
Teenage Heart / Droogs Don’t Run
What It’s Like To Be Old
Argy Bargy
Too Late
Price Too High To Pay
A.U
Running Riot
I Got Your Number
Because You’re Young
Take Em All
Where Are They Now

Encore:
England Belongs To Me
We’re Coming Back

MP3:
Cock Sparrer – Take Em All

More:
Cock Sparrer – Shock Troops
Menace – Punk Singles Collection
Cock Sparrer Live In Philly 2012

Saves The Day, Say Anything Live In Philadelphia (11/26/14)

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Earlier this year, my friend told me that there were rumors that Saves The Day would be touring playing their seminal album Through Being Cool in it’s entirety.  Growing up in New Jersey around the time this was released, I have played the shit out of TBC for 15 years now and it still is one of my favorite albums of all time.  So when the dates of the show were finally announced, I made sure to buy a ticket immediately.  They were playing two dates at Philly’s TLA, but on account I was seeing Cock Sparrer on Friday, I opted to only go to the Wed show.  A group of us met up at the show, and we got in a bit late missing Reggie And The Full Effect, but got there right as Saves The Day was setting up.

Saves The Day

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I was a little bit shocked that they weren’t headlining the show, but it didn’t matter much. After taking the stage, burning incense, and opening with a long wall of sound/trippy intro, the band finally broke out into opener All-Star Me, which immediately had most in the crowd singing along and a pit opening up (in which I was losing my shit in for a strong majority of the set).  They played a tight set and it was beyond awesome to finally see them play the songs I love that never get played live (Through Being Cool, Banned From The Back Porch).

When they finally ended Banned From The Back Porch, the band announced that they had a few extra songs, and played a mix from some of their later albums, kicking it off with their hit At Your Funeral which got the biggest reaction.  They played a bunch of newer songs I didn’t know, but they did play Jessie & My Whetstone and A Drag In D Flat (and Through Being Cool in it’s god damn entirety), so I can’t really complain.

Setlist:
All Star Me
You Vandal
Shoulder To The Wheel
Rocks Tonic Juice Magic
Holly Hox, Forget Me Nots
Third Engine
My Sweet Fracture
The Vast Spoils Of America
The Last Lie I Told
Do You Know What I Love The Most
Through Being Cool
Banned From The Back Porch
At Your Funeral
Drag In D Flat
Jessie And My Whetstone
Anywhere With You
Freakish
Undress  Me (I think)
Get Fucked Up
Ring Pop

Say Anything

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A decent amount of people left after Saves The Day (and they were the reason I was there as well), but my girlfriend, friends, and I stuck around for Say Anything who actually put on a pretty tight show.  Max Bemis and company took the stage to a roar of applause as they busted straight into Is A Real Boy opener Belt.  Even though the sold out TLA show was only at about 75% capacity (this is what happens when you’re this close to Jersey and Saves The Day doesn’t headline apparently), that didn’t stop the band from completely tearing through the entirety of Is A Real Boy as everyone sung along and danced throughout the set.

After finishing up the album (minus the final track) the band said they were going to play a few off of the reissue bonus disc of Was A Real Boy before coming out for a final encore of Admit It!  A solid show, even though I was never the biggest Say Anything fan, I definitely had a good time.

Setlist:
Belt
Woe
The Writhing South
Alive With The Glory Of Love
Yellow Cat (Slash) Red Cat
The Futile
Spidersong
An Orgy Of Critics
Every Man Has A Molly
Slowly Through The Vector
Chia-Like, I Shall Grow
I Want To Know Your Plans
Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too
Little Girls
Most Beautiful Plans
Metal Now
Admit It!

MP3:
Saves The Day – Banned From The Back Porch
Say Anything – An Orgy Of Critics

More:
Saves The Day – Can’t Slow Down
Saves The Day – Through Being Cool

Hold Tight! – I Always Leave But Never Say Goodbye (for fans of Lifetime, Jawbreaker, Saves The Day)

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Winter is right around the corner here up in the Northeast.  Winter chills, it’s getting dark outside before 5pm, and everything just feels so much more moody.  Richmond Virginia’s Hold Tight captures the mood perfectly on their latest I Always Leave But Never Say Goodbye.

If you’re not familiar with Hold Tight, they play incredibly catchy pop-punk with plenty of melodic hardcore influences (as seen on earlier releases such as Call The Zoo or their alter-ego hardcore split they did with Direct Hit) that would please any early Lifetime and early Saves The Day fan.  After 2 years without really releasing any new music since their last full length Blizzard of 96, Hold Tight definitely expanded their sound a bit on I Always Leave But Never Say Goodbye.

With 6 songs clocking in around 13 minutes (compared to the 7 songs in 5 minutes of Call The Zoo), Hold Tight stays in the mid-tempo territory on this EP.  Yet they still wear their melodic hardcore influences on their sleeves, blending it perfectly with pop-punk sensibilities on songs such as “Waterlogged” and “Reacting”.

The songs have an melancholy feeling about them, and that’s definitely reflected lyrically.  On title and closing track “I Always Leave And Never Say Goodbye” they declare “and I know you hate who I used to be, at least you got something in common with me” while on “Reacting” the band even downplays the old optimism of their debut Can’t Take This Away shouting “We used to say can’t take this away, but I can still lose it.”

One of my favorite releases of the year and one of the best from Hold Tight, definitely pick this up if you’re a fan of melodic hardcore or pop-punk at all.

MP3:
Hold Tight – Reacting

More:
Hold Tight – Blizzard Of ’96
Hold Tight – Can’t Take This Away
Hold Tight – Call The Zoo
Hold Tight/Direct Hit Split (Hardcore)

Antarctigo Vespucci live in Asbury Park (11/13/14)

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Besides having a band name that I have the damn hardest time spelling, Antarctigo Vespucci is the latest side project from Jeff Rosenstock of Bomb The Music Industry and Chris Farren of Fake Problems.  Playing power pop (that I describe as just slightly poppier BTMI songs), I wasn’t able to catch them at Philadelphia’s Golden Tea House that Friday, so my girlfriend and I travelled out to Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park, NJ to catch them.

While I would have rather seen them at The Golden Tea House as it’s a house show and shows get a bit more wild there, heading out to Jersey had the distinct advantages of having a beach (even though it snowed) and the ever so slight chance of running into The Boss or Danny Devito.  NJ:1 Philadelphia:0.

We got to the show a bit late and missed most of the openers besides the very end of Hard Girls (Members of Jesse Michael’s latest band Classics of Love).  From what I heard, they played pretty solid punk rock with a slight touch of indie, throwing them on the list of bands I should probably check out.

Antarctigo Vespucci took the stage along with some friends (a drummer and John from BTMI), and immediately opened with “100 Years” off of their April release Soulmate Stuff.  Banter was fun and light between Jeff, John, Chris and the crowd with them declaring that they’ve all played Asbury Lanes a number of times, but it was the drummer’s first time so everyone needs to give the drummer a New Jersey welcome (which was just a polite “hi” from the crowd… see? We’re not ALL assholes.)

The band played a fun, tight set playing most of their songs off both of their short releases, with most of the crowd singing along to anthems such as “I’m Giving Up On U2″ and “You Don’t Scare Me Anymore”.  Coming back for an encore, the band left the Asbury crowd in high spirits as they finished up with “Come To Brazil”.  Definitely a fun night, go check out Antarctigo Vespucci…I’m not even a fan of power pop and I fucking love these guys.

Setlist (From what I remember)
100 Years
Sometimes
I’m Giving Up On U2
I Drew You Once In Art Class
Don’t Die In Your Hometown
Hey Allison (Jeff Rosenstock solo cover)
You Don’t Scare Me
Guest List Spots
Bang!

Encore:
Come To Brazil

MP3:
Antarctigo Vespucci – I’m Giving Up On U2

More:
Bomb The Music Industry – Vacation
Bomb The Music Industry – Adults!!! Smart!!! Shithammered!!! And Excited By Nothing
Bomb the Music Industry – Scrambles
Arrogant Sons Of Bitches – Discography

Holy – Seclusion MMXIV EP (For fans of Punch, Dangers, Weekend Nachos)

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I first caught Holy a few months back when I saw them open up for Dangers at the Golden Tea House, and the Milan, Italy’s hardcore band completely blew me away.  I picked up a copy of their latest Seclusion MMXIV and the 5 track EP is a must for anyone who loves fast paced hardcore.

Playing noisy hardcore with plenty of powerviolence influences, Holy’s Seclusion MMXIV is fighting no holds barred.  Just like their aggressive music, they aren’t holding anything back lyrically and are straight to the point with their political message, whether it’s attacking national institutions on “Captivity” or the plight of the middle class on “Blank Stares”.

The songs on Seclusion MMXIV are also much more developed than a lot of other powerviolence bands, where a genre is known for their 30 second songs, Holy manages to stretch the songs between the one and two minute mark without ever having them overstay their welcome (which is sort of hilarious that over a minute is considered long, but all us punks have A.D.D). Easily one of the better hardcore bands out there today, if you’re looking to check out Holy, you can’t go wrong with their latest EP.

MP3:
Holy – Ruins

More hardcore:
Dangers – Anger
Ghostlimb – Bearing And Distance
Graf Orlock – Destination: Time Today

Paint It Black Secret Under A Bridge Show (10/30/14)

Ahh Mischief Night… the night before Halloween where east coast teenagers (ok, mostly in NJ) go around and cause stupid mischief by egging and toilet papering houses, soap on car windshield, or if you’re Camden NJ then burning your city down.  Here in Philly, we chose to celebrate differently, and that’s with a secret Paint It Black show under a bridge somewhere in South Philly.  Yes, it’s about as punk rock as it gets and what makes me love my city so much.

Very reminiscent of their middle of the street show they played 6 years ago, the venue…err…under a bridge was packed with both costumed and non-costumed punks ready to lose their shit to the hometown heroes.  I’ll let you just watch the video below, but the band opened up with an Ink & Dagger cover that had the place break out into a huge pit (and immediately on the opening chord I was on the unfortunate end of a fist, head, or foot… which caused some intense bleeding and swelling of my nose and lip.  Whatever.)

Rad show, you can find yours truly up front at times losing his shit while trying to hold back the blood and not bleed on anyone (thank you to the girl who gave me her bandana to hold back some blood, you’re my hero).

I love you Philadelphia.  Stay awesome.

Setlist:
Full Circle (Ink and Dagger cover)
Past Tense, Future PerfectGreetings Fellow Insomniacs
Four Deadly Venoms
Headfirst
Ghosts
Goliath
Little Fists
Election Day
Salem
Atticus Finch
We Will Not
The Ledge

Mp3:
Paint It Black – The Ledge

We’re Invincible We May Bend, We Will Not Be Broken:
Paint It Black – Invisible
Paint It Black – Amnesia
Paint it Black – CVA
Kid Dynamite, And The Art Of Moshing Everywhere
Lifetime – Hello Bastards
Bad Side – Demo Review

The Toasters, Hub City Stompers Live In Philly (10/29/14)

This past Wed night I had soccer playoffs which was a one lose knockout, all in a night.  We lost immediately, so the silver lining was I was able to rush down straight from soccer to Philly’s North Star Bar in order to catch NY ska legends The Toasters play with Jersey’s hate ska band Hub City Stompers.  When I got there, the place was pretty empty just as Hub City was about to play.

Hub City Stompers:

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I’ve been seeing Hub City Stompers live for a good decade now after growing up in NJ, and they are one of the only active ska bands that I still listen to these days it seems who plays shows regularly.  Tonight, they actually incorporated a bunch of newer songs off their upcoming album which was a breath of fresh air for their setlist.  The new songs sounded sick too, so pretty excited to finally hear them released.

Even though the crowd was small, it seemed like most people were digging them (even if I was the only one dancing, because fuck it… I’m at a ska show on a wed night).  The band threw in some covers as well, including a halloween inspired one by Type O Negative since this was technically a halloween show apparently.

Setlist (Not complete or in order)
Night of the Living
Where’s My Hooligans
Shallow Be (new song)Chatterbox
Pants Music
Type O Negative cover
Ska Train To Dorkville
some other new songs I didn’t recognize but were sick

The Toasters:

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The place started packing a bit once The Toasters took the stage, and what started with 3 of us dancing for the beginning of the set to the entire place dancing and skanking it up by the end.

The Toasters have been at it since 1981 with rotating members with their singer/guitarist being the only constant… in fact the trumpet player that night stated that this was his first show with the band since 1999.  Everyone seemed in high spirits (both the band and fans) as The Toasters played an incredibly tight and crisp set.

Definitely a solid time, go see The Toasters live.  It’s always fun, and they just simply kill it on stage.

Setlist Highlights:
Pirate Radio
2 Tone Army
Weekend In LA
Shocker
Thrill Me Up (I think)
Decision At Midnight
Running Right Through The World
Don’t Let The Bastards Grind You Down
Talk Is The Cheap
East Side Beat
Run Rudy Run (I think they played this)
Matt Davis

MP3:
The Toasters – 2 Tone Army
Hub City Stompers – Little Julie Swastika

More:
Hub City Stompers – Ska Ska Black Sheep
Ruder Than You – Big Step
The Slackers – Self Medication