Headliners Street Dogs formed five years ago behind ex-Dropkick Murphys frontman Mike McColgan. Their fierce punk roar mixes roots punk, oi!-style anthems, and racing, Johnny Thunders-style punk leads. They tightened their chops opening for Bouncing Souls, an act possessed of a similar upbeat, arms-in-the-air attitude. Last Fall's Fading American Dream demonstrated their gelling power, from the album's opening rant, "Common People," with its cry, "I'm tired of American socialite culture," to the Billy Bragg cover "Power of the Union," through the sing-along rave-up, "Rights to Your Soul." These are the kind of fist-pumping songs of solidarity punk was founded on.