Phillipsburg-based punks Houston & The Dirty Rats are at it again, releasing a fast, hard-hitting single about a “Skunk in New York.”
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Who said an open mic night has to cater to just one genre — or, just to music?
Northeast PA pop punks Stay Loud have stayed true to their name, returning with high-energy single “Overboard.”
Houston & the Dirty Rats have been hard at work, touring the nation for most of 2018 up until this point. Even so, they’ve still found time to document their exploits!
Sister Salvation, a Frenchtown, NJ-based band that has recently emerged with a series of Lehigh Valley dates, has a big show coming up. The rockers will be opening for punk legend Richie Ramone at One Centre Square on Wednesday, March 14 — and they want you to join them!
Hailing from Trenton, NJ, bombastic punks The Cryptkeeper Five released their latest album, “The Stronghold,” back in September.
While scrolling through Facebook, we caught notice of one of the album’s singles, “Balboa” — and we’re glad we did!
Artist: The Plumcocks
Album: Six One Zero
Released: Sept. 2, 2017
VICTIM is preparing to release its long-awaited, hotly-anticipated album “No Remedy” later this winter — and the band has offered us another glimpse into the record with “The Storm,” a tumultuous track featuring some of frontman Cris Moser’s most deeply personal lyrics.
Tape Swap Radio has announced that Psychic Teens, the three-piece post-punk band from Philadelphia, will be performing at the Ice House in Bethlehem on Saturday, February 3, 2018 in a fundraiser for NAMI Lehigh Valley–National Alliance on Mental Illness. Also performing will be Philadelphia/Lehigh Valley hard rockers Big Terrible and Lehigh Valley psychedelic rock band Under the Clothesline. The show is the latest event in Tape Swap Radio’s concert series, which hosts DIY and independent music events throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Fire. PBR. A giant rat.
With those three elements alone, Houston and the Dirty Rats were right to tag the beginning of their “Dumpster Diver” video with “Don’t Try This At Home.”