L.A. punk band FIDLAR kicked a hole in the side of L.A. when they first came out, and they left flaming tire tracks stretching to the horizon as they got bigger and bigger and famouser and famouser. And now the whole world can help FIDLAR buy cheap beer (so what? fuck you!) and roll around on the ground to the band's particularly energizing combination of Nervous Break down – era Black Flag and Punk House – era Screeching Weasel. These are punk riffs and velocity hammered into songs that seem to be written in those morning-after comedown hours when you start realizing how much fun can really hurt. With Cherry Glazerr, who deploy a new teenage take on a venerable L.A. sound born from the tiny stages at Al's Bar and Spaceland sometime in the pre-Internet era.

Thu., Feb. 27, 8 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 02/27/14)

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