Leftover Crack

Every once in a while, NYC punks Leftover Crack come to town and remind you that yes, they are still a band. They haven't released a proper album in a decade, but songs like "Nazi White Trash" never really go out of style, do they? In fact, in a strange bridging of high- and lowbrow, novelist Tao Lin actually interviewed singer Stza Crack for Thought Catalog back in 2011, pointing to their underground legacy. Crackbox, Juicy Karkass, Hoodrat and Denton's the Atomic Tanlines open. Get there early for them, in particular.

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