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Big Bliss, Fruit & Flowers, Darkwing + More Play Oh My Rockness "Hardest Working NYC Bands of 2017" Event at Baby's All Right on 2.02

As a followup to their article "New York City's Hardest-Working Bands of 2017," indie music site Oh My Rockness will be hosting a concert in which 6 of the 10 bands that made the list will be performing. Headlining the event will be the group that earned the no. 1 spot, post-punk jangle rockers Big Bliss, with support coming from Fruit & Flowers, Darkwing, Sic Tic, Grim Streaker, and Thick. The show will take place at the venue Baby's All Right, and will be 21+ with tickets going for $10. - Alexander Beebe





Darkwing unveils new lo-fi track + performs at at Baby's on 10.18

Darkwing’s music exists in the weird crossroads of lo-fi indie rock and garage-fueled punk, an intersection featuring catchy hooks and the dankest of memes for street signs. This is the self-aware punk of the Cyber Age, the soundtrack for stoned conversations after a night of longboarding. The Deli is excited to premiere their newest single, “Big Red Heart.” It offers a more subdued and intimate experience than previous work (a result of a Tascam 388 and a living room recording) while still preserving the same attitude. Celebrate with the band at Baby’s All Right on 10.18, a benefit show for fellow scene member Chelsey Pickthorn also featuring Fruit & Flowers, Grim Streaker and Hot Curl. --Amanda Ogea, photo by Thomas Ignatius

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Darkwing - Lameonia - a 2015 EP worth looking back on

We recently stumbled upon music by New Jersey’s Darkwing, a post-grunge band from Leonia. Their 2015 EP, revealingly titled 'Lameonia,' is a fun, fast-paced record filled with fast paced rock'n'roll anthems. The distorted sound of the guitars, vocals, and drums (like on the opening track “201 Carousel,” streaming below) would make it a perfect soundtrack for a Tony Hawk game. The nostalgic late '90s early '00s sound is distingushed by solid songwriting chops and an attitude that, refreshingly, is not that slacking. Check out the EP below and keep an eye on their live schedule. - Pearse Devlin

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