Y’all – Strap in for Miranda and The Beat , coined Brooklyn’s garage-soul champions. Fronted by a fierce Miranda Zipse, influenced by the likes of but not limited to: The Dirt Bombs, MC5, The B-52’s and Ronnie Spector. Prepare to snap your fingers, tap your toes, and shake your asses to this soul fueled rock and roll time bomb. The members of The Out-Sect met while living in a Philly junkyard. On weekends, the members would gather to drink beers inside a broken down 1982 GMC Caballero with a copy of Back From The Grave stuck in the car’s cassette player. Instantly being drawn to the trashy sounds of mid-60’s punks, they figured they could write a song half as good as any of those. And that’s what they did! Using instruments they quite literally found in junk piles, the band has managed to write a handful of deranged “songs” that will leave you asking “Dear God, can they please just stop already?!” OC Rippers take some of the best elements of some of the best rock and roll bangers of all time. Attacking your ear drums with chaos, and nihilism… MaximumRockNRoll said: “Aptly named album for a rock’n’roll band hailing from the toxic wastelands of New Jersey. Trashy garage punk noise with one foot in the shadows of Jersey legends like ELECTRIC FRANKENSTEIN and CHRONIC SICK and the other in classic ’70s garage punk like DMZ and LYRES. ONE NIGHT RETURN OF BOUFFANT BANGOUT – vinyl garage-soul dance party from 12am till close.