Showing posts with label Save Ends. Show all posts
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Friday, May 6, 2016

"For Adam" - A Two-Night Local Music Showcase to Benefit Dog Days Adoption Event Inc.

'For Adam' is a two-night event in memory of musician Adam Haut (Civil Warblers / Matt & Adam) who passed away suddenly last summer from an undiagnosed heart condition. The showcase happens at Great Scott in Allston on Friday, May 6th and Saturday, May 7th, features 14 local bands and musicians, and benefits Dog Days Adoption Event Inc., a non-profit that assists small rescues and pounds to raise awareness of adoptable dogs by way of pop up events.

"We are beyond adequately expressing our gratitude for being chosen as the recipient of this great outpouring of love and joy, in memory of a young man who adored dogs, nature, music and his friends and family," the organization's Facebook page states. "Proceeds from this event will go to a fund started last year named "LETS GO" in honor of Adam, and used to pay for dog care expenses when owners can't afford them. Our deepest and most profound "thank you" to the event organizers for including us in this great honor and we wish you the greatest joy as you share memories and create new ones with friends by your side and Adam in your heart."

MAY 6 @ Great Scott - 9PM - 21+ Ticket Link | Event Link

Choke Up
Tied to a Bear
Great Lakes USA
Save Ends
Ken Valentine

MAY 7 @ Great Scott - 8PM - 21+ Ticket Link | Event Link

Matt Murphy
Piss Dogs
Pinecone Teeth
Mic King
Radio control
The Alrighters
Erik Petersen of Mischief Brew
Jeff Rowe

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Save Ends Signed to Black Numbers, 'Bout to Release 'Hug Your Friends' EP, Will Make You Feel More Feelings

Freak flags will fly - Save Ends to release highly anticipated EP.

One of the O'Brien's the cities best feel-feelings band, Save Ends, has signed to Black Numbers Records, joining friends Great Lakes USA, Choke Up, and most recently, Fucko. To celebrate, the band will be releasing the 'Hug Your Friends' EP, follow up to 2013's 'Warm Hearts, Cold Hands' (Tiny Engines).

In anticipation, NPR Music has released the first single to the 4-song EP entitled "I Fell Asleep", and the band released the record cover art, dedicated to a staple individual of the Boston punk scene.

From the band's Facebook page:

The photo was taken by our friend Adam Haut, one of the best humans to ever live, who passed away in August. He walked dogs for a living and would take tons of great nature photos on his walks. This shot is one of those pictures. The Boston punk community, and humanity at large, lost an amazing person that day. His passing really put a lot of things into perspective. Especially how important it is to show those close to you how much they mean. Hug your friends, everybody.

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'Hug Your Friends' will be out later this year, get your pre-order on here.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

It’s a Brenefit Show – Benefit Show for Trophy Lungs’ Drummer Brendan Guerin

Intimate space, burgers, beers, punk rock and unisex bathrooms.

Hey kids, let’s go to a benefit show. Before you start thinking “Monday night, SMH”, understand Charlie's Kitchen ONLY hosts live music on Monday nights, and it’s a pretty damn awesome time.

One day before Boston punks, Trophy Lungs, returned from tour, drummer Brendan Guerin received news that his apartment in Jamaica Plain (that he moved into less than a month ago) caught on fire. Although everyone made it out okay, water and structural damage rendered the apartment unstable and emergency relocation was a must.

The scene came together and to form the Brenefit Show at Charlie’s Kitchen (10 Eliot Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge) featuring Trophy Lungs, Save Ends, Fucko and Rebuilder (essentially, it's an O'Brien's show, but at Charlie's). The evening also serves as a send of for some bands heading to FEST14. Charlie’s Kitchen is 21+ // $5 cover // 8PM // Facebook event link. Additional donations accepted throughout the night. Every dollar that comes through the door goes directly to helping Bren and his girlfriend Kerri find a new place/pay outrageous moving fees.

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Trophy Lungs Premier Music Video for “Bathroom Graffiti”

Friday, September 11, 2015

New Band Alert - Kitner Plays First Show At O'Brien's Pub on 9/23

See you at a rock and roll show.

Comprised of members of Choke Up, Save Ends, Holiday Music and a few other folks around town, new band Kitner will be playing their first show at O'Brien's Pub in Allston this September. Sources say the guitar driven sound is "like Weakerthans meets Bruce Springsteen." We do not have the words to describe that, so we'll have to hear it live for ourselves.

Head to O'Brien's Pub in Allston Rock City on Wednesday, September 23rd to catch Kitner open for Lee Corey Oswald (PDX), Soda Bomb (Long Island, NY) and local band Sneeze. Killer lineup = will sell out ∴ buy tickets in advance here. The show is 18+ // $10 // 8PM doors. View the official Facebook event page.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Choke Up Tour Kick Off Featuring Save Ends, Foreign Tongues, Old Days

Get your tickets for Choke Up's summer tour kickoff show.

Post-hardcore punk band Choke Up kicks off their 10-stop Summer tour with an evening of musical entertainment at O'Brien's Pub in Allston on Friday, June 19th with friends Save Ends, Foreign Tongues and newish band Old Days.

Rumored to have the potential to sell out, you can buy your tickets in advanced here. 21+, $8, 8PM doors. Want to know about more shows in the area? Visit our show flyer page.

This tour supports the band's debut LP 'Black Coffee, Bad Habits' on Black Numbers Records, available for purchase now. And check out the new music video for track "Woke Up Drunk" below.

Choke Up - Woke Up Drunk from Mason Marino on Vimeo.

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Local Bands Contribute to Jawbreaker Tribute Album

Michigan Indie label, Save Your Generation Records, has done a whole mess of leg work to create “What’s The Score”, a Jawbreaker tribute album. The 12-track record is available as a digital download to be released June 23rd and as a limited edition vinyl record (200) estimated to ship out July 28th. Pre-orders available now.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Save Ends Makes a Music Video - Gets Abducted By Aliens - Goes On Tour

When in doubt, cower in fear. Boston's pop punk / emo sweethearts Save Ends have released a video for track "Song of Susannah" off of their 2013 Warm Hearts, Cold Hands LP (Tiny Engines). The video, which depicts the end of the world for the band by way of Boston Costume rentals, kicks off their four-day tour with Cassavetes (PA / Black Numbers), including stops at AS220 in Providence, RI on July 24th and O'Brien's Pub in Allston on July 25th. (full tour dates)

Warm Hearts, Cold Hands can be purchased on vinyl or in digital format at Tiny Engines.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

New England Bands Announced For The 2014 Pouzza Fest IV

New England bands represent at this year's Pouzza Fest!

Stock up on your PBR and Poutine, Pouzza Fest IV is hitting the streets of downtown Montreal May 16, 17 and 18 and several New England bands will be representing in the land of bacon and hockey.

Friday, December 13, 2013

Save Ends' 'Warm Hearts, Cold Hands' Makes Punknews Best of 2013 List

Paul Pendley of Red City Radio ranks Boston band's LP, "record of the year."

Guitarist/singer Paul Pendley of Red City Radio includes Save EndsWarm Hearts, Cold Hands LP in his top picks of 2013 for Punknews. “I agonized over this list for hours, begged the bureaucrats at Punknews to let me do a list of 20 instead of 10, and debated David Frenson as to whether EP’s count (Fuck you, Dave, you sack of shit, my list, my rules) as a “record” or their own category. 2013 was such an amazing year that paring down a list of releases deserving of mention was extremely difficult.”

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Save Ends Record Release Show

After returning from FEST12, Save Ends has announced their record release show scheduled for November 22nd at O’Brien’s Pub in Allston. The show also features fellow FEST performer, Somos, as well as The New Warden and Little Big League (PA).

Warm Hearts, Cold Hands is the band’s first full length, released on Tiny Engines. The LP is available on limited edition colored vinyl including Blue with White/Green Starburst, Transparent Fiery Orange, Transparent Light Blue and Opaque Gray. Pre-orders can be made over at Tiny Engines’ site. Warm Hearts, Cold Heads, along with the 2012 EP, Strength vs Will and 2010 EP Ten or Better can be heard on Spotify.

The Save Ends Record Release Show is 21+, $8, doors at 8pm. Additional information including links to each band's Bandcamp page can be found on the official Facebook event page.

Monday, October 7, 2013

The Young Leaves - 'Alive and Well' Record Release Show

Indie pop covered in sludge. Would have been cool in 1994, still cool in 2013. Just don't call them pop-punk

This Friday – Hang with Boston's indie pop band, The Young Leaves during their Record Release show with Born Without Bones, Save Ends and Betty Nico at O'Brien's Pub in Allston. 21+/$8/8pm doors.

Formed in 2006, The Young Leaves are a 3-piece indie rock band from Holliston, MA. Taking influence from bands such as Dinosaur Jr., Archers of Loaf, and Husker Du, The Young Leaves play loud, fast, and powerful sludge-pop that will make you think you traveled back in time to 1994.

Alive and Well (Baldy Longhair Records) is the band's third full length. Head over to Bandcamp for free downloads of the The Young Leaves' previously recorded EPs and LPs. And visit Baldy Longhair Records to purchase the limited edition colored 12" vinyl or colored cassette of Alive and Well.

Follow The Young Leaves on Facebook and Twitter for additional show dates.

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