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Superchaos bring '80s punk to El Rio on September 29th

Sometimes the friendliest faces can make the most vengeful pop punk music. Such is the case with Superchaos, the SF-based trio with a lot on their minds. Their breakout self-titled EP is a long list of grievances and complaints vocalized through power chord-guitars and perfectly chaotic drums. This group may have a subdued look to them in the selfies included on their bandcamp page, but they clearly have a lot on their minds. And with their well-performed classic early 80's punk style (in part reminiscent of a heavier version of X), they make us want to keep listening. Vote for them See them play the El Rio on September 29th. - Allie Miller 

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The Fell Swoop plays Hotel Utah Saloon 08.01

The Fell Swoop, a Bay-area eight-piece R&B/soul band, will play at Hotel Utah Saloon on August 1st, alongside J.O.A. and Mighty Brother. On their most recent EP, Lions for Days, The Fell Swoop showcases a broad stylistic mastery, blending '70s funk, blues, soul and even hints of disco with sincerity and ease. Check out the EP below! - Ethan Ames





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Dirty Denim plays Rickshaw Stop 07.27

Bay-area garage/punk band Dirty Denim will be playing Rickshaw Stop on July 27th. On their self-titled demo, the four-piece is at once playful and attitudinal. The three-song demo incorporates elements of punk, surf, new wave, indie and even hints of Motown. Yet, Dirty Denim's sound is very much their own, and it's instantly catchy. Chances are, you'll be humming "Meant to Be" for a few days after one listen. -Ethan Ames

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