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New Video: "Hurricane" (Live) - Residuels

Here's a new live performance of Residuels at this year's SXSW that just surfaced. The duo rocked out the song "Hurricane," which will appear on their upcoming LP. It was recorded on Saturday, March 15, 2014 at a Sailor Jerry-sponsored event, and you can also catch them this evening at Connie's Ric Rac. 


Residuels & Killer Bangs Opening for The Detroit Cobras at JB’s Jan. 23

Coming out from behind a veil of pot smoke, you’ll find Killer Bangs unleashing some good time rock ‘n’ roll from below the waist. The band, fronted by “Shakey” Jake Hammill (formerly of Cold Fronts) and his brother Dylan Hammill with Stephen Clifford (Circa Survive) on drums and Chris Wehy (The Makes) on guitar, will be kicking out their party anthems at Johnny Brenda’s tonight for the first time. They’ll be warming up the stage for the garage-psych explosions of Residuels, who are made up of Moon Women frontman Justin Pittney and Creepoid drummer Pat Troxell, who also scares small children as lead screamer in noisy hardcore outfit Heathen Reign. Closing the evening out will be garage rock cover band The Detroit Cobras. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $15, 21+ - Alexis V.


Residuels Opening for Black Lips at FUC Nov. 7

There's so much going on tonight - Philly RULES!!! However, nothing is going to get as debaucherous as what's going down at the Church tonight. Hometown fuzz-garage rockers Residuels will be bringing the big beats and even bigger power chords filling the basement. They'll be opening for indie-rock faves Black Lips. There will definitely be a raucous denim-clad crowd on hand. Also sandwiched between the two is Cincinnati garage-pop trio Tweens. First Unitarian Church, 2125 Chestnut St., 8:30, $18, All Ages - Alexis V.


New Track: "Too Much" - Residuels

Below is a new rocker called "Too Much" from Residuels to get you pumped up for tonight's show at Underground Arts. They'll also be opening for Black Lips and Tweens on November 7 at the First Unitarian Church so don't sleep on that show!


Leather & Residuels Opening for The Oblivians & The Strapping Fieldhands at Underground Arts Oct. 4

Hardcore outfit Leather understands the power of ferocity playing with a raw undeterred one speed-fits all determination that will shake the pillars of Underground Arts tonight and smack you in the face. The unfiltered garage reverb loaded alliance of Moon Women frontman Justin Pittney and Creepoid drummer Pat Troxell known as Residuels will also be on display creating a carnal retro feeling sound filled with raunchy guitar licks a steady-driving backbeat and guttural vocals. They will be setting the stage for the re-formed garage-punk trio The Oblivians and the forefathers of Philly indie rock The Strapping Fieldhands. Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill St., 8pm, $15, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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