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Scuzbot will Rollerblade its way into your hearts in the new “Washed Up” video

Scuzbot | Photo via www.theaquarian.com
Scuzbot | Photo via www.theaquarian.com

There’s something familiar about Bensalem natives Scuzbot. Their sound is very late ’90s/early ’00s pop-punk (think Lit and Blink-182). In their new video, Scuzbot present themselves as a group of fun and carefree guys as they sing about a girl who “washed up on her island” over a grunge-y guitar riff. You can’t help but find the Rollerblading, pogo stick hopping, and ring-pop appreciation endearing. Download their self-titled album for free here and watch “Washed Up”.

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Scuzbot reemerge from the studio to play Kung Fu Necktie 7/18

390651_212337845512281_105700902842643_449375_61025413_nBensalem-native pop-punkers Scuzbot have been working in to studio on their next album, but they’ll be playing a local show – their first in a few months – this coming Thursday, July 18th. The hometown gig will take place at Kung Fu Necktie, and tickets are on sale now. Find more info here, on their Facebook page. Scuzbot’s self-titled full length is available to download via their Bandcamp page, and check out them out performing an unplugged, acoustic version of their track “Giving Up On You”, below.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Boy Wonder at World Cafe Live, Cozy Galaxies at Chameleon Club, Scuzbot at the Fire

Funk-rock musician Boy Wonder, a.k.a. host of World Cafe Live’s Philly Rising Open Stage, play World Cafe Live with singer/songwriter Mary Scholz. A native of Havertown, PA, Scholz will be returning to the area after a long stint in Los Angeles to perform. Below, stream Boy Wonder’s album Heavy, released in summer of 2012.

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