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Starting with a Mos Def sample and fuzzing into the playful mentalism of lines like "every point is infinite and everybody's livin' in it," Japanther's "Do It (Don't Try)" will please any fan of lo-fi pop punk.

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A rousing, breathless blast from the past of pop-punk with a Moogy-loop as a hook, "Calling on Columbia Pike" by Speedwell may have been recorded 10 years ago, but it belongs on any Summer of 2013 mixtape.

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Green Day

"¡Uno!" plays as an exuberant, physical release after several years of Green Day's devotion to political punk-rock operas.

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Introducing themselves as the Motion City Clay People (a friendly poke at opening band the Henry Clay People), Motion City Soundtrack didn't waste any time getting the beyond-capacity Firebird to bounce, sing and make the floors wobble.

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Following performances by Man Over Board, This Time Next Year and the Wonder Years, Set Your Goals took the Pageant stage before a stuffed pit. Dual vocalists Matt Wilson and Jordan Brown hyped the crowd with a set of tunes that featured their signature melodic hardcore sound.

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Friday, 09 March 2007 07:36

The Teeth 3/9/07

The Teeth performed live in the KDHX studios.

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