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Indie Rock

The 94 Knicks to bring indie vibes to Muchmore's 4/18

With a name like the '94 Knicks, maybe it's appropriate that this Brooklyn-based band is serving up the type of indie rock your dad used to make. With tons of distortion, catchy angular riffs, and break-your-heart levels of reflective and relatable lyrics, the group crafts tunes that may just make you nostalgic for simpler times... like when the Knicks were actually worth following. Listen to the '94 Knicks streaming below and catch them 4/18 at Muchmore's playing with Scott Sellwood, Huh and Paintings.-Olivia Sisinni 

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Indie Rock

Date: 
05/21/2017
Time: 
20:15
Band name: 
Sinnet
Band fb profile: 
facebook.com/sinnetsongs
Venue name: 
Pianos
Date New: 
Sun, 05/21/2017 (All day)
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Indie Rock

Date: 
03/23/2017
Time: 
08:00
Band name: 
The '94 Kicks
Band fb profile: 
https://www.facebook.com/THE94KNICKS/
Venue name: 
Brooklyn Bazaar
Date New: 
Thu, 03/23/2017 (All day)
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Paper Castles Play The Monkey House 4/2

 Burlington indie-rock outfit Paper Castles is an exceptional voice coming from the still-snowy landscapes of Vermont.  Alternating between melancholy and optimistic (sometimes both simultaneously), their album, Vague Era, is a must for your last-remnants-of-winter playlist.  Strong psychedelic roots, uniquely catchy pop sensibilities, and introspective songwriting will keep these songs on repeat.  Catch them at The Monkey House in Winooski, VT on 4/2 with NE-HI and J Bengoy.  Philly and NYC readers can also catch them locally later this month. -Brian Varneke

Grim Streaker to lay down some noise-indie-garage vibes at Cape Town 3/25

Kicking off with just a couple of stick clicks, Grim Streakers’ debut track, “Guts,” errupts in a rush of noise and punk-rock bravado. The Brooklyn-based band thrusts the listen into an engulfing wall of sound that's at once thick, trashy and catchy. The release is a spitfire of a track that does it all while just clocking above the 2-minute mark, and if it's a sign of what's to come, then we're expecting big things out of the group. Catch Grim Streaker live at Cape Town 3/25 alongside Cold Fronts, The Howl, and The Boobies, and be sure to stream "Guts" below. - Olivia Sisinni

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