Obits at the Bootleg

The Brooklyn alt-punk quartet rocked the Bootleg
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By Jakob N. Layman |
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This sparse alt-rock four-piece from Brooklyn features LA native Rick Frobert, formerly of beloved San Diego bands Pitchfork, Drive Like Jehu and Hot Snakes. The group's soulful, sometimes snotty brand of art punk is unlikely to disappoint Frobert's fans. Over the weekend Time Out Los Angeles presented Obits at the Bootleg Theater as they played behind their third full-length album, Beds & Bugs. Creative Adult and Toys that Kill will open. Here are our best photos from the night.

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