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Come on down to old town Fort Collins and party with us for an awesome night of punk rock at Washingtons Bar & Grill!!! Three greats bands, one night! Schizero Dimmer Switch American Blackout
DIMMER SWITCH VERMILLION ROAD ALORIS This is going to be a great show of local rock bands, hope you can join us as we're psyched for this one! We'll have presale tickets shortly for $10 , more details coming soon !! 8-830 - Aloris 8:45-9:15- - Vermillion Road 9:30-10:00 - Your Own Medicine 10:15-11pm - Dimmer Switch 11:15-12:00 - Averse to the End
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DIMMER SWITCH www.facebook.com/events/807993995910317/
Sounds Like: Alkaline Trio, Bayside, Foo Fighters, Green Day, Rise Against
Bio: With their in your face hard rock guitars and driving drum rhythms, Dimmer Switch from Denver, Colorado has set out to put a new spin on a familiar style of alternative punk rock. Everett, Lee, Chris and Tomas have worked tirelessly over the last few years to write, create, and promote their har...See Full Bio
Dimmer Switch has a show on 04/17/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Bushwackers Saloon in Denver, CO http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5r9m2l #concert
“Dimmer Switch take fast alt-rock sound and mash it head on with punk rock guitar riffs, and heavy hitting drums on their new EP Not The Stereo-Type. The second song, “Mark My Word” starts out with a metal sounding guitar riff before settling into a more pop-punk sounding palm muted verse–a great example of the band’s style. The overall sound of the record falls somewhere between Alkaline Trio and Foo Fighters, moving smoothly between radio-friendly punk rock and modern alternative. Dimmer Switch is a great example of the Best 303 Sounds family that they represent–a hard working band that is rapidly growing their fan base with an enthralling, catchy sound, and this EP is only going to help them continue to grow. ”