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Neon Reverb 2016: The local newbies

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Dark Black Rising from the wake of hardcore outfit Caravels, this quartet utilizes lo-fi pop hooks and grungy effect pedals in the tastiest way possible.

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Good Grief Neon Reverb marks the punk band’s first non-house show ever, even more reason to come out and support.

Illicitor Two ex-Holding Onto Sound’ers filled the void with this angrier, faster punk trio.

Kitze + The CPUs Missing Kid Meets Cougar? Catch Brett Bolton, half of that duo, run his own projection-mapping, computer-rapping, whiz-kid extravaganza.

The Lique If anyone can get a crowd pumped, it’s Rasar Amani and his funky, sharp-dressed, jazzy hip-hop crew.

Moonboots Frontman John Coulter and his bandmates harness their love for ’90s indie rock, the driving force behind their new self-titled EP.

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