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Downtown Boys / Lunch Cult / Bad Leg – SPACE Gallery – 05/29/15

Who Downtown Boys / Lunch Cult / Bad Leg When Friday, May 29, 2015 8:30pm – $8 – 18+ Where SPACE Gallery (map) 538 Congress St Portland, ME, USA 04101 Other InfoDowntown Boys / Lunch Cult / Bad Leg “Downtown Boys are a bilingual political sax punk party from Providence, RI, featuring members of What Cheer Brigade. They write songs about smashing the prison-industrial complex, racism, queerphobia, capitalism, fascism, boredom, and all things people tell us that try to close our minds, eyes, and hearts. Following right in step with their punk-rock forefathers and mothers, their blistering and inspiring performances challenge audiences and throw them back into the pit when things get too heavy. Their new LP Full Communism drops on May 4 via Don Giovanni (Screaming Females, Jeffrey Lewis, Mitski).

They’ll be joined by experimental, garbáge-rockers Lunch Cult and fresh Portland punk power trio Bad Leg.”

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S.S. Cretins / Bad Leg / The Amphibious Man / Langosta – Flask Lounge – 03/18/15

Who S.S. Cretins / Bad Leg / The Amphibious Man / Langosta When Wednesday, March 18, 2015 8:00pm – FREE – 21+ Where Flask Lounge (map) 117 Spring St Portland, ME, USA 04101 Other InfoS.S. Cretins / Bad Leg / The Amphibious Man / Langosta

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Portland Downtown Boys date announced — wait, Portland Downtown Boys date announced?!

 

Pardon our excitement, but it’s been over two years since Rhode Island’s Downtown Boys came to Portland. The group (which features members of the What Cheer? Brigade) played an extremely intimate show at Flask with Rattlesnakes side-project Fur, and the (currently dormant) trio The Outfits.

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New Maine Music On Bandcamp

There’s a ton of music from Maine out there – here’s a selection of what we found recently over at Bandcamp that was uploaded in the last month or so (though the music may not actually be new, it’s all new to us). Dig in and enjoy – there’s a ton of variety here . . . → Read More: New Maine Music On Bandcamp