Basement Transmissions’ Punk Floor Show Delivers a Range of Punk Styles

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Wednesday, March 16th, 2016 at 11:00 AM
Basement Transmissions’ Punk Floor Show Delivers a Range of Punk Styles by Tommy Shannon
the standby

Friday, March 18

This month’s installment of Basement Transmissions’ Punk Floor Show series falls the day after St. Patrick’s Day, so get into the spirit and consider dyeing (or spray-painting if you’re a real punk) your hair green before the show.

The standby

Once again, this installment features bands who represent genres all across the punk spectrum. Till The End brings 90s styled aggressive punk, Rebuilding Year and FlipSwitch deliver pop-punk/skate-punk hybrids, Crazies keep it real with their hardcore stylings, and The Standby and While You Should Be Working add an emo twist to the genre.

Don’t end your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations before the weekend is over. Come out to Basement Transmissions instead. With any luck, one of the bands will find a place for a Flogging Molly or Dropkick Murphys cover in their set list. – Tommy Shannon

6 p.m. // 145 W. 11th St. // $5, all ages // facebook.com/events

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