“I just want to play punk rock, drink coffee, get a tan, do push-ups and get rad… You can fucking quote me on that.”
Hailing from San Francisco, Neighborhood Brats bring the classic sound of California punk rock to a new level of intensity. Live shows are an experience. “Vocalist Jenny Angelillo looks like a Montessori mom’s adorable babysitter, save for her tattoos. On stage, she radiates the approximate energy level of a fighter jet, and ricochets between laser-focused crowd riling and frenzied flashes of apparent self-exorcism.” (LA Weekly)
Post hardcore from San Francisco/Oakland, California.
“Named for a Drive Like Jehu song, Super Unison came out fully formed with a furious eight minutes of hip-shaking punk released last year. Featuring vocalist and bassist Meghan O’Neil Pennie (ex-Punch), drummer Justin Renniger (ex-Snowing) and guitarist Kevin DeFranco, Super Unison proves that melody can still leave a nasty bruise.” – The Bay Bridged
San Francisco punk.
ÖTZI “The dark and (heavy on the) dreamy side of post-punk” – Maximum RocknRoll