Wednesday, June 20th 2012: The Waivers

TONIGHT’S SHOW (no cover):

  • Quoth The Waivers:  “Fuzzy, jangle-y, drunk and disorderly, garage-y, raucous, not bad, not good enough for my daughter, wicked awesome, freakin’ awful, sloppy, okay… These are just a few of the words and phrases that have been used to describe The Waivers and/or their music. Featuring Ryan Seagrist (Discount, Monikers) on vocals and guitar, Peter Bartsocas (As Friends Rust, Gators!) on drums, Jameson Proctor (The Weight, Brother Reverend) on guitar. keys, and vocals, and Dustan Nigro (Gentleman Jesse and His Men, The Close) on bass, The Waivers are veterans of the East coast punk and indie rock scene. Now, they play rock and roll, pure and simple.”   We still can’t find any of their music online, so you’re going to have to live with that
  • Cave Bros is sloppy-as-shit grindcore.  Or they would be if their drummer could sober up enough to hold his drumsticks tighter and play a little faster.  And apparently they like running around naked in the dark at the beach.  We couldn’t give a greater endorsement.  Listen here.
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  • Bad Mammals sound like a cross between Braid and The Undertones.  Can’t really go wrong there, right?  Listen here.
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  • Pity Party is either this band, this band, or this band.  Regardless of who the fuck they are, they need to change their band name because there’s too fucking many Pity Parties.
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