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Vundabar surfs the east coast on new tour

Vundabar is set to make a wave on the east coast when it brings its chilly surf rock on tour.  Starting December 27 in NYC, the Boston locals will be hopping all around, with Massachusetts stops in Allston and Easthampton in addition to shows in Danbury, CT, and Biddeford, ME. There is a heavy surf rock influence in these guys's tunes, and yet a coldness in the vocals that fits this New England winter. Hopefully they are headed your way with this tour – check out the full schedule below. – Paul Talbot


12/27 Shea Stadium, Brooklyn, NY
12/28  The Gutter, NY
12/29 Kat Kat Phest, Philadelphia
12/39 Haus, NJ
12/31 University of Maryland, MD
1/1 Mamaroneck, NY
1/2 The Seed, Lancaster, PA
1/3 Heirloom Arts Theatre, Danbury, CT
1/4 Roggies, Allston, MA
1/5 Flywheel Arts Collective, Easthampton, MA
1/6 The Oak and Ox, Biddeford, ME



Vundabar’s Antics Sure to Captivate Listeners

Picture a wave crashing on a beach and knocking over a bunch of people who are in a giant mosh pit. That’s the image that came to mind (or my mind, at least) when I first heard Vundabar’s
Antics. Their sound is unique--a mix West Coast surf-rock and New England punk, which makes some sense I suppose, given that the band is from Massachusetts.

The two most interesting things I found with this band are that there are only two members (guitar and drums) and that their record sounds so tight, especially given that this is their first release. The whole record has a very “live” feel--like the whole thing was recorded at a show. I’m very impressed that all of the songs were able to remain so cohesive while achieving this raw, open sound.

The band just finished up a two-week tour, but look for them in September at the Allston Village Street Fair on the 22nd. In the meantime, head on over to their bandcamp page and give Antics a listen.

 -Dan McMahon (@dmcmhn)




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