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Restorations to play “a ton of new songs” at Boot & Saddle on 2/8

Restorations | Photo by John Vettese
Restorations | Photo by John Vettese

Restorations recently announced their next local headlining show, an intimate set filled with “a ton of new songs” at south Philly’s Boot & Saddle. The post rock band has had a productive year with the release of LP 2, and a plethora of live shows including a performance at Audiotree and their trek down to Gainesville’s Fest. With more new material apparently on the way, it is safe to say Restorations will continue to make a mark on Philadelphia’s punk and post rock scenes for the foreseeable future. Before their February headlining show you can catch them opening for The Early November at Union Transfer (12/21) or for The Bouncing Souls at Asbury Park (12/29). Their set at Boot & Saddle will be supported by local punk band The Holy Mess and Dogs on Acid (ex-Algernon Cadwallader). It’s $12, and you can get your tickets here.

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From the Pages of JUMP: Plow United headlines a slamdancey, screamalongy show at The Barbary

03plowunitedCult favorites of the Delaware Valley punk scene Plow United headlined The Barbary on Saturday evening. It was a packed, slamdancey, screamalongy sweaty show in celebration of their brand new LP, Marching Band. The all-around bill was solid, with fellow Philadelhpians The Holy Mess, NONA and Ma Jolie on the bill. JUMP Philly’s Joseph Gallagher was in attendance, along with photogrpaher Jessica Flynn. Check out their report after the jump. Continue reading →