Influenced by groups like The Misfits, The Jesus Lizard and Rage Against the Machine, New York-based Big Ups play riotous, earth-shattering punk rock. The four-piece — made up of NYU students Brendan Finn (drums), Joe Galarraga (vocals), Carlos Salguero (bass), and Amar Lal (guitar) — are a bottomless pit of energy and angst, and their songs quickly erupt into loud, ferocious scream fests.
Wake Up is the latest release by Big Ups.
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Official website: http://bigups.bandcamp.com
Upcoming tour dates:
2/22 @ Legion
2/26 @ Cake Shop in New York, NY
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