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“Tyondai Braxton is a bit of an anomaly - a musician whose work sounds as good at world-class concert halls as it does at a punk-rock basement show.”
“Nick Brandreth for The Wall Street Journal Titus Andronicus is a punk-rock quintet hailing from Glen Rock, N.J. The band released "The Monitor," a loosely-configured concept album, last year.”
“Titus Andronicus is a punk-rock quintet hailing from Glen Rock, N.J. The band released "The Monitor," a loosely-configured concept album, last year.”
“But early last Sunday morning, the members of Titus Andronicus, a punk-rock quintet hailing from Glen Rock, N.J., found themselves setting up guitar amps and drum stands amid the pines and oaks.”
“It feels like a low-key end to a charged and compelling set until a raging version of their punk-rock debut single Out of Control.”
“She is a punk-rock Mexico City mystery, keeping me close by, hardly ever saying a word.”
“Red lighting from behind an opaque screen illuminates a logo in jagged punk-rock letters, MARÍA PELIGRO, and the show begins.”
“Which was weird when lined up alongside a motley cast of characters whose punk-rock music was riotous and whose followers seemed hell-bent on trashing everything in sight.”
“We opened for the openers, a totally mad crowd of punk-rock dudes called Lit who always gambled and played football.”
“When I was trying to work her out, I kept saying to myself, ‘She is a punk-rock, vegan pacifist.’”
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