Aye Nako are a queercore/punk band from Brooklyn, New York. They seem to be commonly toted as pop punk but they’re arguably much heavier than most bands of that label, and apparently their newer material is making a further step away from it.
For a three piece, they have quite a lot of musical history among them as members have played in Little Lungs, Cheeky and Fleabag.
Hopefully their full length will be making its way out soon. The demo they released two years ago (which this song is from) is far too short for its brilliance.
Title: My Dad's Gonna Lynch YouArtist: Funn Club140 plays
Funn Club- My Dad’s Gonna Lynch You
Funn Club were a short lived punk band from Toronto/Peterborough Ontario, Canada. They are not to be confused with… whatever this was.
Alright, so this was my sister’s old band. I know it’s sort of a cop out to post about someone I’m related to, but I think I loved Funn Club more than she did. Claire has always typically been more of a metal guitarist so to hear her do something like this really surprised me at the time, although she has played with bands of all sorts.
The drummer Simone hadn’t any previous experience before playing in the band, which is admittedly my favourite kind of drummer.
Funn Club only played a couple of shows and fell apart quite quickly. If anyone in Toronto does remember them it’s because they made a bunch of tie-dye t-shirts with pigs blood. Gross. Still, I wish they could have stuck around a bit longer and made a few more songs. The ones they did put up are amazing. They didn’t release a thing, but you can still listen to their stuff at the wasteland that is Myspace.
They’re a four piece from L.A. and I came across them while reading a list of badass female drummers and I immediately became obsessed. Their music is fast/fun punk, and I really hope people start to take notice of them soon because they really know their shit.
Vancouver punk, but a bit poppier than their contemporaries (such as White Lung). It’s sort of like if the weirder girl songs of the 60s (Egyptian Shumba, anyone?) had their musical spine ripped out and replaced with harsh guitars. Oh, the mental imagery. Grim. Still, this is really great. They released their debut album a whole three years ago, and I can’t find anything about them since, so I am really hoping they’ve not just disappeared like everybody else seems to do. Hopefully, they’ve just been hiding away somewhere recording a follow up that is going to tear everything else apart. Please.