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Mischief Brew

Spazz Presents Celebrates 5th Anniversary in Philly at PhilaMOCA July 29

Tonight, PhilaMOCA helps Spazz Presents celebrate the 5th anniversary of Jeff Blinder making his trek north from Greenville, North Carolina. This evening's bill packages a quartet of singer-songwriters, including three Philly acts Eric Petersen of Mischief Brew, Fletcher VanVliet of On the Water, and Cricket Joe. Alongside a few of our local favorites, Duluth, Minnesota native (the hometown of the legendary Bob Dylan) David Dondero will also be making a special appearance. Come out, kick back, and listen to some excellent tunes while helping to cheers the last 5 years of Spazz booking rad shows in our local music community. PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St., 8pm, $6, All Ages - Michael Colavita

R5’s Free Concert Series w/Mischief Brew & The Bad Doctors at Morgan’s Pier July 17

Folk-punks Mischief Brew are rolling into Morgan’s Pier tonight for R5’s free concert series. The group has been fighting the power with their tunes of anarchy and the workingman’s struggles since the early aughts. You’ll more likely find frontman Erik Petersen performing solo and taking on the battle with simply his guitar and words these days so this evening will be a good opportunity to hear some of your favorite songs of rebellion on full blast. You’ll also receive an extra charge of energy when post-punk trio The Bad Doctors kick off the festivities with their cure for these heat-wave blues. So grab a cold drink and get over the hump of this workweek! Morgan’s Pier, 221 N. Columbus Ave., 9pm, Free, 21+ - Alexis V. 


Mischief Brew Playing “Not Irish Music” at KFN March 17

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Philly style with Mischief Brew and The Brood, and of course, shots of Jameson at Kung Fu Necktie. Starting the night off will be The Brood featuring members from Witch Hunt, Mischief Brew and Lost Cause, followed by Boston punks Far From Finished. Although their Facebook page explicitly states “We are not Irish music,” in their description, it is hard not to be reminded of the Celtic punk legends The Pogues when listening to Erik Petersen and company due to their folky protest tunes covered in the blanket of punk. Mischief Brews’ songs of anarchy, union labor and class rebellion are bound to cause a little drunken debauchery and sing-a-longs this St. Patty’s Day! Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front Street, $10, 7 pm, 21+ - Dan Brightcliffe


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