Front Row, 6/21/11

Rad Company record release party

Rad Company

For those not in the know, Rad Company is a Dayton band that’s been together off and on over the last few years, but these days the group is perhaps stronger than ever. While Rad Company boasts a hilariously clever band name, the band itself is no joke. The local quartet specializes in scrappy yet melodic early 90s- styled pop-punk while giving an occasional nod to old school hardcore punk and thrash.  Rad Company apparently believes so much in their music that they recently embarked on a multi-date U.S. tour and is now upping the ante with the release of the band’s newest 7” EP record entitled Someone Should Be Fired through local label Team Human Records. On Saturday, June 25, Rad Company will be performing in celebration of the release of their new record at Blind Bob’s, located at 430 E. Fifth St. in the Oregon District. Dirty Socialites, Setbacks and We Were Animals are also on the bill.  Doors open at 9 p.m. and admission is $5 for patrons 21 and over.  For more information, visit www.blindbobs.com.
– Gary Spencer

Gary Spencer
Gary Spencer is a graduate of Miami University and works in the performing arts, and believes that music is the best. Contact him at GarySpencer@DaytonCityPaper.com

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