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Punksburgh Playlist: 2017 Releases

As part of our 2017 local release roundup, we’ve made a playlist including tracks from all of the albums. Check it out to see just how incredibly talented the people in our city are! If your band is missing, please contact us!

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No One Expects the Punksburgh Inquisition: Tim Emanuel (The Danzas)

We caught up with Tim Emanuel, guitar player for The Danzas, and put him through the Punksburgh inquisition. Read all about this long-time Pittsburgh musician, and make sure to put your bowling shoes on and rock out to him tomorrow, November 15th


Tim (left) playing with The Danzas

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No One Expects The Punksburgh Inquisition: Brian McGee (The Danzas)

Our latest Inquisition focuses on Brian McGee, bassist of the Danzas, part-time Punksburgh interviewer, and punk rock dad extraordinaire. Fun fact: Brian is the person who suggested I start a music blog in the first place, so if you like what Punksburgh is doing, give him a high five. Or buy his album. These Inquisitions were also his idea; he’s just rad overall. 


The Danzas at Deutschtown Music Festival. Brian is on the right.

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Punksburgh Profile: Looking For Group

In our first Punksburgh Profile, Brian from The Danzas speaks to Brayton Batson, one of the owners of Looking For Group and drummer for Pittsburgh punk rock band Thanks Dad. Looking For Group is a gaming/coworking space and part time DIY venue in Brookline. They discuss the formation of LFG, hosting shows there, and, of course, favorite Pittsburgh pizza. 

Punksburgh Playlist 05.25.17-06.05.17

A weekly Spotify playlist of all bands reviewed/interviewed/mentioned on Punksburgh.com from 05.25.17-06.05.17


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PunkRockTalk: Podcast feat. The Danzas!

Sikes talks being seriously not serious, , influences, & the new album with ! Listen NOW!

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