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Dogbreth Hosts Folky Punk Rock Night at The Trunk Space

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As the dust settles and the heat continues to ramp up, local misfits Dogbreth will be hosting Oregon-based Self Proclaimed Narcissist and Ariana Marie and Rainbow at The Trunk Space.

This Friday, July 15, they'll be braving sweltering conditions with their do-it-yourself folky pop-punk sounds. You should join them.

If the band names alone aren't enough to spark your interest, give these tracks a go-around. SPIN says listening to his music is like "getting drilled from behind with a folding chair only to be invited to sit and enjoy a cup of hot tea with lemon and honey." Good stuff.

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