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Nothing Fest is Certainly Something: After a COVID-enforced break, Nothing Fest is back for its third installment this year. It’s all taking place at the wonderful Garden Amp in Garden Grove, hosted by the independently run Nothing Mag.

That means a ton of awesome and independent music across the genres. Performers include Goth Babe, WHOKILLEDXIX (pictured), the Grinns, the High Curbs, 60 Juno, Lealani, Satchy, Sad Park, Cuffed Up, Pink Skies, Asiatica, Web Wacko, Kent Osborne, Mexican Slum Rats, Nina, Apollo BeBop, Hoity-Toity, and many more.

WHOKILLEDXIX released new single “Mondays” with Pussy Riot last month. The press release reads: “As unpredictable as ever, the track skates along on clean guitar after a declaration, “First off, I hate Mondays.” The momentum only increases as WHOKILLEDXIX’s chants give way to a glitchy cameo from Pussy Riot, stretching from whispers to screams. “mondays!” unites two sets of innovators on one decidedly future punk anthem.”

Check out the “hyperpunk duo,” and everyone else, this weekend.

Nothing Fest is Certainly Something: The event takes place from 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 13 at Garden Amp.

 

WHOKILLEDXIX press bio: “The punk spirit is alive and well in WHOKILLEDXIX. The Connecticut duo, comprised of Yung Skayda and Karm the Tool, began their musical journey in high school playing metal and punk in cramped clubs, and that energy has remained as they’ve tackled one genre after another. Their songs are like Russian nesting dolls, containing an entire album’s worth of sounds in one roller coaster drop of a track. It has taken some fans a minute to catch up with the warp-speed development of WHOKILLEDXIX, but no matter how different each song sounds, the unpredictability remains constant.”

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