Worriers, Camp Cope (Australia),Typesetter & Black Dots

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Don't Panic Fest Presents:
Worriers (NYC)
CAMP COPE (Australia)
Typesetter (Chicago)
BlackDots (Denver!)
$10 - 7pm Doors - 8pm Show
3 Kings Tavern

Worriers are a melodic punk band from Brooklyn. The band’s music is centered around the songwriting of Lauren Denitzio, with the help of friends Mikey Erg, Lou Hanman, and Nick Psillas, among others. They've released records with Don Giovanni, No Idea and Yo-Yo Records. Worriers' first LP "Imaginary Life" was produced by Laura Jane Grace and was released on Don Giovanni Records in 2015.

Camp Cope:
Camp Cope are an alternative rock trio from Melbourne. Founded in 2015, the group consists of singer and guitarist Georgia "Maq" McDonald, bassist Kelly-Dawn Hellmrich, and drummer Sarah "Thomo" Thompson. Camp Cope are signed with independent Melbourne label Poison City Records. Camp Cope has been described as "part Courtney Barnett, part Juliana Hatfield,"[5] and "melodic, uplifting and aching".[6] "Lost: Season One", a single from the album referencing the television show Lost, was performed by Camp Cope for Like a Version in September 2016, along with a cover of "Maps".[7]

Typesetter is a band from Chicago, IL. They are influenced by punk, indie rock, shoegaze and noise rock. Since 2012 the band has played 250+ shows in the US, Canada, and Europe. Their latest release, EP "5," came out in May 2016 on Black Numbers.

"When a baby’s born, I can’t help but think about the parents. Are they ready? Do they know what they’re getting into? Is that kid sorta fucked or sorta blessed? Same goes with bands where you already know their genealogy before the needle hits the groove. April Froschheuser was/is in Vena Cava. John was in The Achievement: two so-honest-it-aches bands that I’ve spent weeks-worth of spins listening to over the years. Black Dots sounds like a wise democracy that’s figured out its infrastructure before putting up flashing signage. Three principle songwriters. Two principle singers—vacillating between Florida ex-pat Wade and John—topically ranging from teenage depression-cutting to “the journey vs. the top of the mountain” headspace of an isolated band playing in Denver. In the background, on the blacktop in the distance, I hear Rumbleseat, Tim Version, long drives to find sympathetic souls, and small, semi-hidden tattoos being way more meaningful than sleeves of brightly-colored ink. Like little black dots. Worth seeking out". –Todd Taylor, Razorcake
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