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Bully | Heat | Fake Limbs
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Indie | Nashville TN

Bully is a young Nashville four-piece blasting out of the gates with high-powered grunge punk reminiscent of the beginnings of indie rock. The band is fronted by Alicia Bognanno, former intern at Steve Albini's Electrical Audio studio in Chicago who has been cutting her teeth on the soundboards of indie clubs and studios in recent years. After opening for the likes of Best Coast, Those Darlins, and Superchunk, Bully is ready to grab their own audience.

The dynamic melodies and high-speed percussion section help Bully cut through the noise quickly and repeatedly. Tracks like "Milkman" and "Brainfreeze" lay it all on the line with scrappy energy until the last crunchy bass note fades out.


Rock | Montreal Canada

The Sound of Heat is the sound of confusion. Tuneful but tone-deaf; beat-down and blown out of proportion. It's a neat scotch and a mess of a life. You can find it scrawled on bathroom walls, hastily jotted down on cocktail napkins, deleted from your browsing history, lacing your designer drugs. It's a couple bedroom demos turned into a Montreal 5-piece rock band, Now here's the sixty-four thousand dollar question: "Do you remember rock n roll radio?" Drawing equally from acts such as The Jesus and Mary Chain, Echo & The Bunnymen, and The Strokes, Heat streamline their influences into a mercurial 3 guitar sound. The result is a stream of catchy, dense rock and roll.
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By: The Beachland Ballroom and Tavern