Punk Punk Punk

Radkey, Knapsack, Twin Peaks, Black Lips, The Bots, Pissed Jeans, Hot Water Music, Gorilla Biscuits, Rocket From The Crypt, Murder City Devils

Rocket From The Crypt
Rocket From The Crypt

Radkey

(Fri., 12:20pm, Black stage)
Missouri bros on a "quest to help save the world from Nickelback" by assuming Bad Brains' power thrash mantle.

Knapsack

(Fri., 2pm, Orange stage)
Onetime UC Davis pledges that bridge Fugazi and the Descendents.

Twin Peaks

(Sat., 12:20pm, Black stage)
Twentysomething Chicago garageniks nostalgic for the Strokes' Is This It. New LP Wild Onion won a rave in Rolling Stone.

Black Lips

(Sat., 5:15pm, Black stage)
Atlanta garage hooligans jammed with Boy George on a T. Rex cover and hit the Billboard 200 with Underneath the Rainbow.

The Bots

(Sun., 12:45pm, Black stage)
L.A. grunge brothers Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei serve new LP Pink Palms, co-produced by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Nick Zinner.

Pissed Jeans

(Sun., 2:45pm, Black stage)
Sub Pop signees from Allentown, Pa., whose splattercore Shallow and Throbbing Organ evoke vintage Black Flag.

Hot Water Music

(Sun., 5pm, Black stage)
Gainesville, Fla., post-hardcore outfit whose most recent studio set remains 2012's Exister.

Gorilla Biscuits

(Sun., 6:10pm, Black stage)
Walter Schreifels returns to his classic NYHC outfit, who haven't issued a note since 1989's Start Today.

Rocket From The Crypt

(Sun., 7:25pm, Black stage)
Nineties San Diego garage vets who brought horns and snazzy outfits to vicious punk rock.

Murder City Devils

(Sun., 8:45pm, Black Stage)
Late Nineties, organ-driven scream punks from Seattle, who issued their first set of originals, The White Ghost Has Blood on Its Hands Again, in August.

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