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The Black Black

The Black Black and Low Fat Getting High celebrate LP releases at Cake Shop tomorrow (11.13)

Post-punk is back in full force nowadays, and Brooklyn trio The Black Black - with their muscular, driving, dark, and relentless sound - offer a rather uncompromising version of it.  They released their debut album 'Boogie Nights' yesterday (11.11) and in support of it, they're playing a record release show at Cake Shop tomorrow (11.13).  Money Fire Records label mates Low Fat Getting High (punky-ish as well, but in a more 90s kind of way) will also celebrate the release of their self-titled LP. On he bill also Dead Stars and Seattle's Iska Dhaaf. Listen to TBB's new album's single 'Until Death Do Us Party' below.  It's a bass-driven, energetic, punk rock teleport to the late 1970s when post-punk really exploded. They're not wildly experimental, but rather straight and to the point. After all, isn't that how punk rock should be? - Michael Haskoor (@Tweetskoor)

We added these songs to The Deli's playlist of Best punk rock/slacker rock songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!


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