with The Scandals, Zero Holds, and Ask the Dead
with Nate Cozzolino and special guests.
41 Central Street
with Tsu Shi Mi Re and We Are the Asteroid
41 Central Street
with Melissa Bel Rosa and Michael graham
134 Ives St
$5 Suggested Donation20
The Callouts – Check Your Friends (75orLess Records)
It has been a few years since the demise of local pop-punk stalwarts The Jesse Minute. From those ashes we now have The Callouts with Missa Hills on vocals and guitarists Drew Safs and Mike Grillo from The Jesse Minute joining forces with local master beat master Dan Ulmschneider and Drew on bass. The Callouts’ debut, Check Your Friends comes firing out of the cannon with a blast of pop-punk with cuts like “Blue Letter” and the anthemic “Go All Out.” The combination of Hills’ sugary vocals and the loud guitars over a fast backbeat make comparisons to The Jesse Minute inevitable as Check Your Friends does start out like the band’s lost album. The more one dives into Check Your Friends the more The Callouts start to break free from the sound of their former band. Cuts like “Cannonball” and my favorite cut “Nothing Left” remind me more of a lost Letter to Cleo track than The Jesse Minute. The Callouts really start to drop the hammer on tracks like “Partly Not” and “We Were Kids,” which have a heavier rock ‘n’ roll thump, almost in the in the vein of Foo Fighters hooks. On Check Your Friends, The Callouts succeed in avoiding the trappings of being The Jesse Minute part 2 to expand into the future.
Please come to Fort Foreclosure on Water Street in Warren for a night of poetry readings.
Doors open at 6:30pm
164 Water St
Warren, RI 02885
Music starts at 2pm and goes until 11pm. Free!
Hope Anchor (9:30 PM)
Benny Sizzler (8:45 PM)
White Dynomite (8:00 PM)
Violent Anal Death (7:30 PM)
Olneyville Sound System (6:45 PM)
Laura Espinel (6:15 PM)
Tall Teenagers (5:45 PM)
the Worried (5:00 PM)
A Dying Breed (4:15 PM)
the Paraplegics (3:30 PM)
Hussy (2:45 PM)
the Hot Tramps (2:00 PM)
1718 Westminster St
with Sex Orgy Death Crash and AdapterAdapter
with Picnic Lunch and Mike Hefferman
The Pour Farm
New Bedford, MA
Burnside Park in Downtown Providence