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88 Fingers Louie Announces Release Date for "Thank You For Being A Friend" via Bird Attack Records!

88 Fingers Louie are back with their first album in 19 years, entitled ‘Thank You For Being a Friend’, and they can’t wait for you to hear it. 774 more words

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Music Park: Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room @ Songbyrd Music House -- 4/15/17


Dan Andriano and Matt Pryor perform at Songbyrd Music House on April 15, 2017. (Photo by Daniel Webb)

Former member of Tuesday, bassist of The Falcon, bassist and co-singer of Alkaline Trio, and one talented solo singer-songwriter, Dan Andriano is a complete badass and my personal favorite musician since I was an angsty punky preteen. 392 more words

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Dan Andriano/Matt Pryor - Tour Split 7"

Whenever a tour exclusive release is announced it always causes a pit in my stomach because there is usually means any collection I have going will likely stay, or become incomplete. 418 more words

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Alkaline Trio: My Shame Is True

2013

My Shame Is True is a vibrant, punk driven, romantic illustration that shows many different angles of love, passion, and romance. The album kicks off with the track “She Lied To The FBI” which gives this sort of “I don’t mind suffering if it’s for you” type of vibe. 164 more words

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Don't Miss: Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room @ Songbyrd Music House, 4/15/17


Dan Andriano (Photo courtesy Asian Man Records)

Dan Andriano is perhaps best known as the bassist for punk outfit Alkaline Trio, but he’s been impressing most in his solo stuff recently as he records and tours under the name Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room. 218 more words

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Creeper Eternity, In Your Arms - Album Review

Southampton based Horror punk outfit Creeper aim straight for the top with their debut full length album Eternity, In Your Arms.

Weighing in at just thirty-six minutes, the album is packed with well-crafted, pop tinged punk anthems, think Misfits with massive, Meat Loaf-esque choruses and you may be somewhere close to how this album sounds. 269 more words