For lovers of frenetic, label-defying rock, look no further than Detroit’s Teener, Zilched, and the glam-goth rock of Atlanta’s Material Girls, all of whom will add a bit of chaos to Hump Day. Detroit’s rising noise-rock favorite Teener recently sat down with Metro Times and admitted that the band has made a point to “make weird shit that nobody has made before,” which is the perfect bedfellow to the bedroom punk stylings of Chloë Drallos’ project Zilched and Material Girls’ Romeo Void-esque art punk.
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