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Ausmuteants, Dan’l Boone, Lantern Live in Philadelphia (09/30/14)

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After tearing up Gonerfest last weekend, AUSMUTEANTS packed up and headed toward the east coast. They stopped in Philadelphia last night, where they were joined by DAN’L BOONE (Nate Young of Wolf Eyes, Alex Moskos of Drainolith, Charles Ballas of Formant, Neil Hagerty of the Howling Hex) and local Philly punks LANTERN. This once-in-a-lifetime event took place at Johnny Brenda’s in the lovely northern liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia, on a cool, breezy night where just about anything felt possible. Ausmuteants were here from way down under in Geelong, Australia, while Dan’l Boone seem to be based somewhere out of Colorado. Together each band added a different flavor to the pot: Ausmuteants brought the punk, Dan’l Boone brought the chaos, and Lantern brought the sludge. The end result is a night you should be sad you missed – find out why with these videos below!:

Ausmuteants – Tinnitus:

Ausmuteants – Fran Drescher’s Alien Abduction:

Lantern – Out of Our Heads:

If you haven’t heard “Freedom of Information,” the first single from Ausmuteants upcoming sophomore album Order of Operation, do it here and be on the lookout for a pre-order from Goner Records sooner than later.

BUY Lantern’s LP from Sophomore Lounge
BUY Dan’l Boone’s LP from Drag City
BUY Ausmuteants’ LP from Goner Records

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Ty Segall & White Fence Live in Philadelphia (05/18/12)

This past Friday night Ty Segall, White Fence and Teenanger invaded Johnny Brenda’s in the Fishtown area of Philadelphia. It was a night many people probably had marked on their calenders for weeks to come. Teenanger took the stage first and got everybody foaming at the mouth with their stomping punk rock. It was a totally fitting introduction to the show because it certainly got everybody ready to rage. Tim Presley and White Fence would follow up next, which by the end of their set the folks at Johnny Brenda’s were ready to explode. Sure enough, they did just that by the time Ty Segall took the stage. The main event began when Segall arrived and proceeded to tell the crowd, “For the first two songs, we are ‘The Hair.'” Now witness the madness that followed shortly thereafter: Continue reading