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Plow United, Faster Housecat, Tight Bros, Youthbitch

PETE COTTELL
8 pm., Friday August 23 | $6.
Slabtown
1033 NW 16th Ave.
 
[DIY PUNK] If you’ve never had the privilege of getting whammed in the face with a 40-ounce bottle of Olde English in a dirty basement while bored kids from the suburbs tear through Jawbreaker covers, your punk credentials may need reevaluation. Tight Bros will conjure the restless energy of misled youth, and you better not miss it. While they sound just as good at incoherent sound levels from blown speakers, a closer listen yields hints of the Replacements and Hüsker Dü that are used for good, clean fun rather than punk-lifer posturing. These Bros aren’t actually related, but goddamn are they tight. 

Where: Slabtown
Phone: 223-0099
Address: 1033 NW 16th Ave.
Website: myspace.com/slabtownbar

 
 

Slabtown

1033 NW 16th Ave.
Portland, OR
97209
 
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