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Join us for the Free At Noon at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, as Parquet Courts performs a live midday concert on Friday.
Brooklyn-based four-piece Parquet Courts will be joining us for this week's Free At Noon concert at World Cafe Live on Friday. The punk rockers released their third studio album, Sunbathing Animal, this past June and recently made a splash when they announced that another album will be following, Content Nausea, but under the moniker Parkay Quarts, which focuses more on the collaborative work of Andrew Savage and Austin Brown. The release date is set for Nov. 11th. Parkay Quarts will be holding it's own shows along with their other titles, Parquet Courts and PCPC, their collaboration with PC Worship. The foursome will also be playing PhilaMOCA Saturday, November 8th in promotion of the new album. RSVP for Friday's Free At Noon at XPN.org or tune in to your radio next Friday.
Recent Release: Sunbathing Animal
Release Date: June 3, 2014
Label: WHAT'S YOUR RUPTURE
Made possible by support from XPN Members, Comcast, and Septa.
The now based in Brooklyn indie rock band formed in 2010 and debuted with the critically acclaimed Light Up Gold.
They release their new album, Sunbathing Animal, today.
Three of the four members are from Denton, Texas and the band’s music recalls Pavement, Velvet Underground, early Talking Heads.
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With roots in Texas and operations in New York, up and coming post-punk band Parquet Courts is covering all the bases.
February 4, 2013 - The group’s first full-length album Light Up Gold is now available everywhere from Calgary to Yokohama, and the refreshingly raw ‘70s punk vibes
throughout the record have it spreading quickly.