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Bully closed out April at Snug Harbor

Nashville’s favorite punks came through Charlotte’s Snug Harbor Saturday night and played to a full, pirate themed house


With two well received full length albums, the band now has a full catalog of material to tour on and an eager fan base looking to catch them out on the road.


Making their second appearance here in the past two years, with the first show being a full house, Bully is no doubt a must-see band. They’re out supporting their latest release Losing before heading over to the U.K., messy hair and growls hot on their heels.


On tour with Bully and sharing in the indie guitar fuzz punk vibe will be Shellshag (Starcleaner Records), Brooklyn’s latest duo out to change up what playing a set looks like. According to various friends, and their own Facebook page, Shellshag aren’t your average performers.


We all know what it means to be DIY, but Shellshag are exploring inch of the word. With a homemade mic stand, bells sewn into their clothes, and a just-rough-enough sound, Shellshag’s first appearance in the Queen City better not be their last.


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Photographer Josh Gooch is a North Carolina native and a graduate of Appalachian State, Josh Gooch works in education, teaching graphic design at the community college level. Photography became a passion during his college career, and remained a constant addition to the ever-present soundtrack of life. Privileged to have turned an ear to hip-hop at a young age, after developing a love of music from ‘80s radio, Josh found that the revelation of rock music in high school was what led him to really devote serious amounts of attention to music. From there it was that first club show that sparked an addiction to live music and the exposure to various forms of it during the college years, cementing a love of passion and truth in music. Now, with the ability to combine the passions of photography and music, he hopes to continue to develop a creative voice that others appreciate.

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