Musik Eddie Argos & The Lo-Fi Punk Rock Motherfuckers (LoFiPunkRock//UK&Bln)
Spoiler alert: Eddie Argos is the singer of a band called Art Brut. Eddie Argos is often being ironic.
Official information: Eddie Argos and The Lo-Fi Punk Rock Mother Fuckers are a bunch of Mother Fuckers that live in Berlin. They are exactly like a motorcycle gang with the sole exception being that they don’t ride motorbikes. They play instruments and fuck shit up. They have already started drinking in preparation. Watch the fuck out.
Musik thirsty & miserable: Mincer Ray (IndieLoFiCountry/Bln) + BraBraBra (PopExoticMinimalistic/Bln)
Mincer Ray: So two Americans realized how boring their lives were so they quit their jobs & flew to Berlin two weeks later. They met a Brazilian who liked Pavement way too much. 3 people = band.
After stealing ideas from Neil Young, Fugazi, & GbV, the three decided each person should sing their own tunes, rotating instruments every song. Oh, & then a beautiful Swedish man joined the band.
BraBraBra is a newborn band. we write nice songs, drink tea, eat biscuits wear glasses and brabrabra… http://mincerray.bandcamp.com/
Musik thirsty & miserable: Canadian Rifle (DIY-Punk, Chicago) + The Sky We Scrape (HC-Punk, Chicago)
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Canadian Rifle is a three membered punk/rock outfit from Chicago, Illinois. They have been recording and touring constantly since their conception in 2007 – continuously covering the United States and Canada, along with a sole European tour in 2009 in support of their first LP, Visibility Zero(Residue Records).
Canadian Rifle plays melodic punk music and have been compared to bands such as Leatherface, Jawbreaker, Husker Du, Hickey, and Wipers. However, they infuse their own unique Midwestern sound into this realm of music. The lyrical content is bleak and abstract, but relatable – dealing with social interaction, removing yourself from reality, struggling with truths and regret, and pushing forward while running on fumes.
The Chicago outfit The Sky We Scrape plays a hybrid style of hardcore and heavy punk rock. The band’s raw emotion is offset by interesting song structures and instrumentation; all churning, pounding, pulverizing guitars interspersed with moments of musical tenderness. TSWS display inventive songwriting and pay real attention to the soundscapes they create, pounding out 3 minute heavy novellas on the concrete walls of blue collar Chicago.
Delivering an abrasive, yet anthemic mix of post-hardcore, Chicago quartet The Sky We Scrape have been amongst the city’s busiest bands as of late. the band is looking to capitalize on the buzz garnered from recent split releases with fellow Windy City rockers Hawkbit and Southern California’s Common War (members of Death By Stereo).
With “DIVIDES”, TSWS are expecting to hit the next level with the killer songs and enormous amount of goodwill they’ve built up in Chicago, night in and night out.