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The Menzingers Live In Philadelphia (10/23/15)

Menzingers OX

Photo by Blake Larson

The Menzingers certainly have exploded over the years, long gone are the days of catching them in a South Philly basement as proven by the 2 night nearly sold out back to back shows they had over at Union Transfer.  I headed over to Union Transfer right after MeWithoutYou finished their set.

A decent amount of people bounced after MeWithoutYou, but plenty stuck around for the mid-tempo punk of The Menzingers.  Taking the stage and opening with “Good Times” off On The Impossible Past, the band played a tight set with minimal stage banter as they ripped through songs off mostly their OTIP and Rented World.

I was a bit worried as to how it would be seeing them behind a barricade and in such a big room, since I’m used to seeing them in smaller venues, but to my surprise they didn’t seem out of place at all.  With plenty of people singing along and decent sized pit throughout their set, it was definitely a fun show.  The new songs off Rented World translate really well live, and they threw in some older ones for us older fans.

Good Times
My Friend Kyle
I Don’t Wanna Be An Asshole Anymore
Bad Things
Nice Things
Sunday Morning
The Talk
I Can’t Seem To Tell
Burn After Writing
Time Tables
Who’s Your Partner
Where Your Heartache Exists
In Remission

Ava House

The Menzingers – Obituaries

The Menzingers – Rented World
The Menzingers – On The Impossible Past
The Menzingers – Chamberlain Waits

Official Site:
The Menzingers

The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Live In Philadelphia (7/13/15)

Boston’s Mighty Mighty Bosstones are one of those bands I’ve been listening to forever yet somehow never got a chance to see live.  Let’s Face It was my first ska album when I was just in middle school, and I played the shit out of it.  When I saw they were finally coming to Philadelphia, I bought tickets the minute they went on sale.

This past Monday night my girlfriend and I made our way to Philly’s Union Transfer.  I was hoping to catch openers Street Dogs since it’s been a few years since I’ve seen them, but unfortunately Philly had other plans for me… mostly in the form of detours and road closures.

When we finally got there, the place was decently packed, and Street Dogs just ended.  While not sold out, the place was definitely filled with people from all eras.  I saw many old heads with their kids who were decked out in Bosstones gear and wasn’t exactly sure how the reaction was going to be.

The second the Mighty Mighty Bosstones took the stage, it was clear this was going to be a rowdy show, with a circle pit opening during opener “I Want My City Back” that wouldn’t let up for the entirety of the set.

Dicky and crew have been at this a long time, and it showed through how tight their set was.  The band was on point, barely missing a beat and played a solid long set consisting of songs from all their releases, with a bunch I didn’t really know (I’m not too familiar with their last two albums, but need to check them out).

A tight show which had plenty of us skanking and shouting along, I naturally assumed the song that would get their biggest reaction was their surprising hit “The Impression That I Get”, but old school “Devil’s Night Out” had the place exploding. But the fact they played both “Hope I Never Lose My Wallet” and then closing with one of personal favorites “Holy Smoke”?  Killed it.  But the true hero?  Bosstones resident skanker, who kept dancing onstage the entirety of the set in a full blown suit under those hot spotlights.  You da real MVP.

I Want My City Back
Rascal King
Dr D.
Graffiti Worth Reading
Someday I Suppose
Like A Shotgun
Let’s Face It
Sunday Afternoons On Wisdom Ave
Kinder Words
All Things Considered
He’s Back
I Wrote It
Open And Honest
I Won’t Go Out Like That
Mr. Moran
The One With Woes All Over It
Rudie Can’t Fail (Clash cover)
Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah
Devil’s Night Out
Don’t Worry Desmond Dekker
They Will Need Music
The Impression That I Get
Impossible Dream

Hope I Never Lose My Wallet
A Pretty Sad Excuse
Chocolate Pudding
Holy Smoke

Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Hope I Never Lose My Wallet

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Less Than Jake – Greetings And Salutations 
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The Suicide Machines, Break Anchor Live In Philadelphia (4/9/15)

suicide machines tour

“Yeeeah, weeell I can’t wait to tell you all about…” how this past Thursday I got to go to Philadelphia’s Union Transfer to catch ska-punk legends The Suicide Machines who are currently on tour playing their first album Destruction By Definition in entirety.  I know what some of you cynical punks are thinking: “great, another band reuniting to try and relive their glory days and make a quick buck.”  And to you I say lighten up, it was incredible.

I got there a bit late missing one of my favorite ska bands still at it, Hub City Stompers who always put on a great show, but I got there in time for Break Anchor.

Break Anchor:

Break Anchor is the latest band featuring Jay Navarro (singer of The Suicide Machines) and their music is pretty straight forward punk rock.  Break Anchor put on an energetic show with fans circle pitting throughout the majority of their set.  They had a decent amount of younger fans, which was good to see.

The Suicide Machines:

I caught The Suicide Machines back when they played Riot Fest East with bands like 7 Seconds, The Descendents, and Hot Water Music… and The Suicide Machines easily had the biggest reaction of the night.  I had high expectations for the same energetic reaction and I was not let down.  The band took the stage with one of the members of The Pilfers playing trombone, and the second they broke out into opener “New Girl” a giant pit broke out that didn’t let up for the rest of the night.  Older fans and younger fans were going all out and screaming every word as The Detroit punks played through their acclaimed Destruction By Definition. 

Navarro, even playing a set with Break Anchor just before still was incredibly high energy, and legitimately seemed excited to be playing these songs again.  After playing through the entirety of the album, the band came back for an encore and played a bunch off their follow up album Battle Hymns.  An incredible set and show, if you get a chance to see them on this tour, do it.  I felt like I was 16 again skanking and circle pitting all damn night.


New Girl
Break The Glass
No Face
Our Time
Too Much
The Real You
Face Values
Punk Out
The Vans Song
So Long

I Don’t Wanna Hear It (Minor Threat cover)
Hating Hate

Suicide Machines – Islands

Have Nots – Serf City
Against All Authority – 24 Hours Roadside Resistance

Andrew Jackson Jihad, Smith Street Band, Jeff Rosenstock Live In Philadelphia (3/19/15)

ajj flyer

This past Thursday, I headed out to Philadelphia’s Union Transfer to catch Jeff Rosenstock of Bomb The Music Industry/Arrogant Sons Of Bitches play a solo show supporting his new album We Cool? opening for Andrew Jackson Jihad.  I got to the venue right around the middle of first band Chumped playing and the place was decently packed for being so early.

I’m not really all that familiar with Chumped besides the fact they are a female fronted pop-punk band out of Brooklyn.  I didn’t catch enough of their set to really form an opinion either way, but it seemed like those in the crowd were definitely digging it.  So if you’re into bands like Nona or Spraynard you’d probably dig these guys.

Jeff Rosenstock:


The main reason I came, I’ve been a fan of Jeff Rosenstock’s bands and have seen them countless of times over many years.  While technically he was doing a “solo” tour, he had a backing band with him.  It was a bit strange to be seeing him in such a big venue like Union Transfer, but they didn’t act out of place at all, immediately joking to the crowd “What’s up New Jersey?” (which elicited both plenty of boos and cheers) before breaking into We Cool opener “Get Old Forever.”

The crowd was especially hyped, with people breaking out into a pit immediately and stage dives abound.  Jeff and crew played a bunch off the new album and some of his older solo stuff, with a decent chunk coming off of I Look Like Shit and the crowd didn’t really let up all night.  One thing I have to say is he definitely has a mixed-age crowd.  I didn’t realize it, but a lot of younger kids dig him (I always assumed only old heads who followed his other bands did).  Definitely a good time, go see him if you get the chance.

Get Old Forever
You, In Weird Cities
Hey Allison
Beers Again, Alone
The Trash The Trash The Trash
Snow Charges
Hall Of Fame
Bonus Oceans
80s Through The 50s
Darkness Records

The Smith Street Band are another one of those bands that get a lot of praise, but I never really got around to checking out.  I was hanging in the back by the bar talking to some friends at this point after staying in the pit for Jeff Rosenstock, so I didn’t actually get to see them, but I did hear them.  Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, The Smith Street Band played solid gritty rock tunes with ranging influences from folk punk to garage rock and even a bit of more Social Distortion type punk.  I dug a few songs that I heard, and need to give them a proper listen sometime.

Andrew Jackson Jihad:

Andrew Jackson Jihad

By the time Phoenix, Arizona’s Andrew Jackson Jihad took the stage, Union Transfer was pretty full.  I honestly had no idea that these folk-punks were that big, and while I only knew a few songs here and there off some random EPs I have, their live set definitely made me a fan.

Armed with a variety of instruments including acoustic and electric guitars, a cello, drums, stand up bass, and keyboards the band played a very dynamic set to the incredibly responsive crowd.  Their music reminded me a lot of Mischief Brew and Run, Forever.

Playing a majority of their set from off Knife Man and their latest Christmas Island albums, the band seemed in very high spirits and legitimately loved being there.  The highlight was definitely their final encore, in which they did a sweet Slayer cover which had plenty of fans confused, but those who knew who it was were losing their shit.  An incredible set, if you haven’t seen AJJ before then go do yourself a favor and catch them live.

The Michael Jordan Of Drunk Driving
Gift Of The Magi 2: Return Of The Magi
Hate & Kill
Hate Songs For The Brain
Hate Rain On Me
Kokopelli Face Tattoo
People II: The Reckoning
Love In The Time Of The Human Papillomavirus
Bad Bad Things
I Wanna Rock Out In My Dreams
Sense, Sensibility
Temple Grandin
Coffin Dance
American Tune
Fucc The Devil
You Don’t Deserve Yourself
Children Of God
Linda Ronstadt
Free Bird
Big Bird
South Of Heaven (Slayer cover)

Andrew Jackson Jihad – ‘Nother Beer
Jeff Rosenstock – Hey Allison

Jeff Rosenstock – We Cool?
Bomb The Music Industry – Vacation
Arrogant Sons Of Bitches – Discography
Run Forever/The Wild Split
Mischief Brew

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

cock sparrer

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.



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
One Life One Chance
5 Year Plan
Guilty By Association
What Happened
Nothing To Prove

Cock Sparrer:


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.

Riot Squad
Watch Your Back
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
Running Riot
I Got Your Number
Because You’re Young
Take Em All
Where Are They Now

England Belongs To Me
We’re Coming Back

Cock Sparrer – Take Em All

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

The Buzzcocks, Night Birds Live In Philadelphia (9/5/14)


A few weeks back, my friend texted me and asked “are you going to see The Buzzcocks tonight?!”  I forgot that I completely wrote that show off because I had to leave town for a wedding, but realized last minute I was able to do both.  Hell yeah.

I headed to Philly’s Union Transfer, which is my favorite of the larger venues here, and got there a few songs in for NJ/Brooklyn’s Night Birds.

Night Birds:
night birds

I’ve seen Night Birds a handful of times beforehand, and they always put on an incredibly energetic explosive show.  Previously, I’ve only seen them in basements, houses, and smaller venues so I wasn’t sure how well they’d translate into a bigger venue, but they completely owned it.  While some of the intimacy was lost, the singer was still all over the place to the garage/surf/Dead Kennedy’s inspired punk rock.

Definitely a solid set, if you’ve never seen them before do yourself a favor and check them out.  They’ve been making quite the name for themselves over the years.

The Buzzcocks:


The Buzzcocks are nothing short of punk rock legends at this point.  While they never gained the same fame as other 70s punks such as The Ramones, The Clash, or The Sex Pistols they were equally important and admittedly growing up I was always a bigger Buzzcocks fan than a Clash fan (I couldn’t pick a favorite now).

The Brits took the stage and kicked it off with “Boredom” off of their debut EP .  They kept things early going straight into “Fast Cars”, but it wasn’t until they played the “I Don’t Mind” which had the crowd really shouting along, which was a reoccurring theme.  Anytime something off of their critically acclaimed Singles Go Steady was played, we got hyped. After standing around way too long, yours truly and a friend opened up a small pit which had people dancing in it the rest of the night.

The band played a long solid set, covering most of their hits and a bunch from their other releases, and seemed to be enjoying themselves on stage.  A solid show and definitely a good way to spend a Friday night, they played “Promises”, which is the main one I wanted to hear and dance to, so I couldn’t have been happier.

Fast Cars
I Don’t Mind
Keep On Believing
People Are Strange Machines
Get On Our Own
Whatever Happened To?
The Way
When Love Turns Around
Why She’s The Girl From The Chain Store
Sick City Sometimes
Nothing Left
Third Dimension
Noise Annoys
You Say You Don’t Love Me
It’s Not You
Chasing Rainbows / Modern Times
Love You More
What Do I Get?

Harmony In My Head
Ever Fallen In Love With Someone You Shouldn’t Have Fallen In Love With
Orgasm Addict

The Buzzcocks – What Do I Get?
Night Birds – Demon Haunted World

You Stayed The Same:
Buzzcocks – Singles Go Steady
Buzzcocks – Love Bites
Night Birds – The Other Side Of Darkness


World Inferno Friendship Society Live In Philadelphia (12/20/13)


I headed out to Philadelphia’s Union Transfer on this unseasonably warm past past Friday night to catch my favorite cabaret waltz punks, The World Inferno Friendship Society.  I entered right during the last song of O’Death, which had a bunch of people dancing.  The place itself wasn’t sold out, so there was plenty of room for dancing once World Inferno took the stage.  I’ve noticed that ever since The Anarchy And The Ecstasy was released, it seems like a lot of the older World Inferno fans lost interest (which is a shame, it’s a solid album after a few spins), but the sheer amount of young kids there show that where World Inferno may have lost a few fans, they’ve certainly gained a bunch of new ones.

World Inferno has been in a constant state of flux, with most of the longtime members leaving after the release of Addicted To Bad Ideas, and then once Jack Terricloth (the brain behind the band) got a solid lineup to record 2011’s The Anarchy And The Ecstasy, many of those members left as well.  It seems like once again, the band has stabilized a lineup, with a new album coming out soon in 2014.

The band took the stage to their usual call to arms “Tattoos Fade”, which had most singing along and a smallish pit breaking out with us skanking, dancing, diving, and everything in between.  The crowd didn’t really explode though until World Inferno played “The Faster You Go, The Better You Think” off of their latest comic book/EP release, which gives you an idea that most fans seemed to know their newer material.  Strange for me, but awesome regardless.

Jack kept the crowd engaged with his grandiose quips with a bottle of wine in one hand, microphone in the other. They played a solid (albeit sort of sloppy, yet fun) set with a diverse setlist, throwing in plenty of newer songs too.  One thing I have to say about a lot of Inferno crowds is that they won’t bitch about new songs being played… shit, they look forward to hearing ones they’ve never heard before, dancing throughout, cheering along, etc.  And while it was one of the more laid back/subdued World Inferno show’s I’ve been to, it was still one hell of a great party.

Setlist (Not in order, from what I remember):
Tattoos Fade
The Faster You Go The Better You Think
Secret Service USA
Ladies And Gentlemen Of The Road
Politics Of Passing Out
Everybody Come To Ricks
The Disarming Smile
Thumb Cinema
Addicted To Bad Ideas
Cats Are Not Lucky Creatures
The Naughty Little Rat Makes Friends
Let’s Steal Everything
This Packed Funeral
Me Vs The Angry Mob
I’m Sick Of People Being Sick Of My Shit
Zen And The Art Of Breaking Everything In This Room

Velocity Of Love
Pickles And Gin

World Inferno Friendship Society – Tattoos Fade

World Inferno Friendship Society – A Demonstrational Introduction to the Astral Plane
World Inferno Friendship Society – The Anarchy And The Ecstasy
World Inferno – Addicted to Bad Ideas
World Inferno – Just The Best Party
World Inferno – Red Eyed Soul
World Inferno – East Coast Super Sound Punk of Today

Saves The Day Live In Philadelphia (9/27/13)


It’s impossible to grow up in New Jersey in the late 90s, be into melodic hardcore, and not listen to Saves The Day.  Sure, I don’t know anything by them after Can’t Slow Down and Through Being Cool, but I am still always stoked to see them just to be able to rock out to those few old songs.  So when I saw they were playing Philly’s Union Transfer on Friday night, I was one hundred percent in.

I was still hurting from the secret Bouncing Souls show the night before, but no matter, nothing was going to get in the way of my fun.  I got there late with some friends, missing both Hostage Calm and Into It Over It but in time for Saves The Day.  The venue was completely sold out, and as usual the crowd was quite the dichotomy of older fans who were looking to two step to the older melodic hardcore and younger fans who got into them from the poppier songs of their later work.

I want to say straight up that it was an incredibly weird show.  I don’t mean that in a bad way, but it was definitely strange for reasons I’ll get into.  The band took the stage, and blasted into one of their newer songs before causing a pit to open up once they started Shoulder To The Wheel (and it was at this point, I immediately got a black eye and a split lip from a stray elbow which phased me for a total of .05 seconds as I was way too stoked to even pay attention to any bodily injuries).

They continued their set switching between all of their albums, but Philly was randomly aggressive this night.  Singer Chris wound up in an altercation with some fans who wound up breaking his guitar, and at one point it looked like he was pissed off enough that he wasn’t going to continue the show.  He took a second, gave a little spiel about how we all need to get along, and continued their set.  But this is where weird gets weirder… a fan tells him to check his pocket, and he does, and there’s someone’s iPhone in there, to which he is just straight up confused by the David Blaine nature of this voodoo that just happened.  At this point, no one even knew what the fuck was going on, and everyone just collectively shrugged and continued rocking out.

Setbacks aside, Saves The Day played a very long solid set, although I wish they played more off of Can’t Slow Down… but they did play a shit ton off of Through Being Cool and even “A Drag In D Flat” and “Sell My Old Clothes, I’m Off To Heaven” so I really can’t complain.

Shoulder To The Wheel
Cars And Calories
Anywhere With You
Holly Hox, Forget Me Nots
In The In Between
The End
As Your Ghost Takes Flight
The Last Lie I Told
Say You’ll Never Leave
Jukebox Breakdown
Driving In The Dark
The Tide Of Our Times
A Drag In D Flat
Get Fucked Up
Let It All Go
Rocks Tonic Juice Magic
Jesse & My Whetstone
All I’m Losing Is Me
Xenophobic Blind Left Hook
This Is Not An Exit
You Vandal
Always Ten Feet Tall
Where Are You?
Through Being Cool
Undress Me
Ring Pop
Sell My Old Clothes, I’m Off To Heaven

At Your Funeral
Banned From The Back Porch

Saves The Day – Deciding

Yeah Your World Is What You Made It, And I Don’t Want A Part Of It:
Saves The Day – Can’t Slow Down
Saves The Day – Through Being Cool

Black Flag Live In Philadelphia (6/17/2013)


This past Monday I celebrated my birthday, and while I was skeptical, I figured there was no way I could in good punk rock conscience possibly miss Greg Ginn and Ron Reyes version of Black Flag play Philly’s Union Transfer.

The show was completely sold out, but since there were a lot of old heads who mostly wanted to stand in the back, there was actually a decent amount of room on the floor.

Good For You:

First up was Greg Ginn’s and skateboarder Mike V’s band Good For You, and they took the stage while the younger kids sang along and eventually broke out into a pit.  They played a style that critics would probably define as “punk mixed with hard rock”, but what I would describe as just boring.  Don’t get me wrong, Greg Ginn’s guitar work was solid and the drummer who looked incredibly like Rickety Cricket from Always Sunny In Philadelphia was equally intense, but I couldn’t get behind the vocals, and the music just reminded me of the later/more experimental Black Flag that I just never could get into.

The fact they played for nearly an hour certainly did not help their cause.

Black Flag:

Black Flag eventually took the stage, and the band actually consisted of all the members of Good For You except the singer was replaced by Ron Reyes (The short term Black Flag singer who was on the Jealous Again EP, who was credited on the album as “Chavo Pederast”, spanish for pedophile).  The punks immediately broke out into a pit, and while I joined, I honestly could say something just seemed to be missing from the set.

Maybe it was the slowed down versions of Black Flag songs, maybe it was the low energy of the performers, or maybe it was that fucking strobe light that went off the entire set that was making anything impossible to see (to which my friend said “I guess they really don’t want anyone looking at the band”) but I definitely was not feeling the show.  It seemed to be more like a Black Flag karaoke show.  Don’t get me wrong, I definitely went in the pit during some of my old favorites such as Police Story, and Nervous Breakdown… but I actually found myself yawning throughout their set which for me who gets stoked on almost every show, was weird.

Am I disappointed?  Yes, very. But I also wasn’t expecting too much (and besides, I’m much more excited to see FLAG, Keith Morris’s rendition of Black Flag).  If this show comes around your area, do yourself a favor and don’t go, because as nice as a guy Ron Reyes seems, I can’t help but feel like it’s nothing but a cash grab for Ginn who’s trying to cash in on his name.

Rise Above
Six Pack
TV Party
Police Story
Jealous Again
Revenge (I think they did this one)
Nervous Breakdown
Louie Louie


Black Flag – Revenge

Minor Threat
The Adolescents

World Inferno Friendship Society (Live In Philly 3/30/13))

Last night, I headed to Philly’s own Union Transfer to see cabaret punks The World Inferno Friendship Society.  I missed most of the opening bands, but got there in time to party World Inferno style (slamdancing/waltzing/general rowdiness).  The venue itself was probably at half capacity or so, which made for plenty of dancing room, a nice welcome for once at an Inferno show.

Unlike other punk shows, when you see World Inferno, it’s always just a giant party.  The band took the stage, and is tradition, immediately broke into their call to arms “Tattoos Fade”.  We immediately responded with confetti, streamers, pits abound and stage dives.  Jack and company continued their antics, telling us a few stories about the road (“Boy it’s good to be back in the northeast, where we’re popular.  If you ever want to see us in an intimate environment, come see us in say… Florida.  No one shows up.”), and giving us a little history behind the song “The Brother Of The Mayor Of Bridgewater” (which is about one of the members of R.A.M.B.O).

They played a solid set spanning most of their discography, and played a lot off their latest EP (which I haven’t had a chance to check out but plan to soon).  Fun show, sore as fuck and I still have Paint It Black tonight.

Setlist (From what I remember and not in order):
Tattoos Fade
Politics Of Passing Out
Everybody Come To Rick’s
Thumb Cinema
Addicted To Bad Ideas
A Night In The Woods
I Wouldn’t Want To Live In A World Without Grudges
One For The Witches
Brother Of The Mayor Of Bridgewater
Second Chance Saloon (I think)
Go Faster Think Better
Velocity Of Love
Your Younger Man
Paul Robeson
Pickles And Gin
I Am Sick Of People Being Sick Of My Shit
The Disarming Smile
The Apple Was Eve
Only Anarchists Are Pretty
Zen And The Art Of Breaking Everything In This Room

World Inferno Friendship Society – Ladies and Gentlemen Of The Road

All The World Is A Stage (Dive):
World Inferno Friendship Society – The Anarchy And The Ecstasy
World Inferno Friendship Society – Addicted to Bad Ideas
World Inferno Friendship Society – Just The Best Party
World Inferno Friendship Society – Red Eyed Soul
World Inferno Friendship Society – East Coast Super Sound Punk of Today

World Inferno