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Thick share song “Bleeding,” play EP release show at Elsewhere on 5/24 and Northside Fest on 6/7

No strangers to our blog and mag, Brooklyn punky garage rockers Thick have been building a steady following since their inception back in 2016.  Emerging from the splinters of other local favorites, the three piece has harnessed an appealing mix of wild abandon and serious determination.  Recent release “Bleeding” (streaming below) is a pedal down chugger that details how difficult life in the city can sometimes be. While the verses lay all this down with amusing lo-fi “oooh wah” background vocals, melodic riffs and sharp rhythmic accents come fast and hard. The chorus hits like a Hey-Ho Ramones fist pumping shout-along - “don't touch me – I'm bleeding!”   Having recently completed a mini-tour of prominent ivy league colleges, the band scheduled a hometown EP release show at Elsewhere on 5/24 appearing with Gymshorts, Chorizo and Lost Boy. The band is also scheduled to appear during the Northside Festival on 6/7. - Dave Cromwell





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





THICK and Plastic Picnic play Rough Trade's NYE with Diarrhea Planet

It's always a good sign when a local medium size NYC venue like Rough Trade books two local acts to play on new year's eve. This year the Williamsburg venue/record store picked garage trio THICK and atmospheric indie pop quartet Plastic Picnic to perform as openers for Nashville's Diarrhea Planet on Sunday December 31st, check out two of their videos in this YouTube playlist!

P.S. Fellow NYC psych garagers Stuyedeyed will open for that same band on the 30th.





Riot grrrl trio Thick performs at Union Pool 11.09

If you haven’t checked out Thick yet, now is probably a good time. The Brooklyn garage rock trio has been buzzing lately with a nod from The New York Times in an article on how women are making the best rock music and a feature on Glassnote Records Noteworthy Compilation. The attention is much deserved. Thick play hooky garage-pop that marries grit, power and three way harmonies. Whether you’re already a fan or just want to see what the hype is about, you can catch the band at Union Pool on November 9 with The Wants, BLED, and Future Twin. – Cameron Carr

 

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Expose Yourself - an interview with Brooklyn's THICK

Brooklyn garage rockers and riot grrrls THICK won an interview with The Deli through the Music Building's "Expose Yourself" campaign (anybody can sign up at any time for it over here). Check out the interview here and listen to the band's single 'Anymore" below.

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