Lysine, Tunic, Bad Monroe, and The Peels 

Loud music at Sgraffito Gallery.

Sgraffito Gallery in Emeryville brings us a night of punk and noise rock with Oakland bands Lysine, The Peels, Bad Monroe, and Canadian touring band Tunic. While The Peels’ Seventies-tinged psych rock evokes The Velvet Underground and The White Stripes, Bad Monroe delivers experimental instrumentals that have psychedelic and prog-rock elements layered with distortion and fuzz. Meanwhile, Lysine and Tunic deliver fast-paced post-punk, with Tunic tapping into hardcore sensibilities while Lysine’s work evokes 2000s screamo. If you enjoy having your ear drums blasted with loud instruments, add this show to your agenda.

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