In late December 2018, Misfire and Dark Satellites from Kansas City joined Red Cities at The Zoo Bar for a great night of space rock, punk rock, and garage rock! Head on over to our Merch page and give our records a listen, and check out Misfire and Dark Satellites on Bandcamp!
Red Cities will be playing with the great The Broke Loose and The Morbs at O’Leavers Pub in Omaha on Saturday March 9 at 9pm! We like The Broke Loose’s sound that is rooted in L.A.’s infamous Paisley Underground scene. The Morbs are an excellent mix of Bikini Kill-style punk rock snarl, and Fire Party-style melodicism. We’ll look forward to seeing our friends and fans at the show. The first 10 people in the door receive a vinyl record from our label, Modern Peasant Records! Who said in today’s America you can’t get something for FREE!
Red Cities is playing its last show of the year at The Zoo Bar on December 29 with a great, new punk band in town – Misfire, and Dark Satellites from Kansas City, a space rock/psychedelic rock band. You’ve been summoned!
The show is $5.00, and the first 10 people in the door receive a free Modern Peasant Records release!
We’ll be joining our friends Ezra, Laughing Falcon, and Ashes of Immolation this Saturday night December 8 at the 1st Avenue Lounge and Social Club for a night of death metal and death punk! Come on out to see the show, doors open at 7:00pm!
On our albums “Red Cities” (2014) and “Soft Target” (2017), we take up themes dealing with working class liberation and social democracy, more generally part of our socialist ethos as musicians and people. Check out “Worker Song” and “It’s Political” from our October 2017 show with the indomitable Child Bite!
Red Cities had a nice write-up by KZUM 89.3 FM, our local community-based radio station, at Lincoln Exposed 2018! Check the video below!
“The four-piece garage/punk rock, Red Cities woke up the 1867 Bar with a howl before introducing themselves. Matt Bokovoy’s sharp guitar riffs led the songs, while Byron Anway’s animated showmanship added to his fast-paced, punchy vocals, the rhythm section, Josh Leeker (drums) and Justin Cermak (bass), kept the group rock-steady. The vast amount of influences from post-punk, classic rock, a little blues and much more, kept the show interesting, the audience entertained and dancing. Their most recent album Soft Target was released October 2017. There is another, self-titled album and two EPs available on Bandcamp.”
Red Cities will be playing at Bar 1867 for Lincoln Exposed 2018, the local music festival sponsored by downtown Lincoln’s music venues! Our show is February 9 (Friday) at 9:40pm. We’ll see our fans there!