If you like your punk rock loud, straightforward and fast, make plans to be at The Prophet Bar on Saturday night--and save a few bucks for the merch table.
The Lash Outs are playing, and chances are good they’ll be slinging copies of their self-titled CD, just released by Zodiac Killer Records. I’m still waiting on my review copy, but I like what I’ve heard so far.
Also on the bill is Television City. Though it's only been around for a few months, George Higa just sent word that his band is “almost done working on our first real demo. Got three songs coming soon!”
That’s great news if you like angry, funny songs about crazy-ass girls. And who doesn’t? --Jesse Hughey
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