Punk rock from The Problem With Kids Today, Vertico Sat., Apr. 9

The Problem With Kids Today and Vertico raise a ruckus at Best Video Film & Cultural Center Sat., Apr. 9. The show starts at 7 PM. The cover is $10.

This is an indoor show so attendance is 30 max. Proof of vaccination is required to enter and masks are required.

The Problem with Kids Today is a hot trio of rock ‘n’ roll delinquents with Tate Brooks leading the charge on guitar/vox/mic head-butting, Stone-Cold-Silas Lourenco-Lang on low end bass/vox, and Reena Yu pounding on drums. TPWKT’s fun, wild shows and feverish, fashionable following evoke the Mercer Center Arts era of the New York Dolls. Fast, combustible, lewd and spontaneous – they have all the gems of a fantastic live act. With a debut album recorded at Sans Serif Studio in New Haven on the way this winter, teaser tracks like “You’re in Love With Junk” and “Fly Boy” can be found on the band’s Bandcamp site as well as major streaming platforms.

Vertico was formed in 2017 in Monroe, CT. Since then they have written 2 albums together; Wreck (2020), and Clay Face (2021). They have recently relocated to Branford, CT where they are now based and writing their third album “Warmonger”, they hope to release sometime mid-2022.

Kurt Trembeczki plays guitar and sings, Alex McCloskey plays bass guitar and also sings, and Dylan Royka has joined the band in 2021 as their new drummer, together they play a combination of psychedelic, punk and alternative.

Indie rock from Vertico, Too Much of a Good Thing Thurs., Dec. 23

Vertico and Too Much of a Good Thing play Best Video Film & Cultural Center on Thurs., Dec. 23. The show starts at 7 PM and the cover is $10.

This being an inside show, these are our covid protocols: attendance of 30 max, masks and proof of vaccination required.

Vertico was formed in 2017 in Monroe, CT. Since then they have written 2 albums together; Wreck (2020), and Clay Face (2021). They have recently relocated to Branford, CT where they are now based and writing their third album “Warmonger”, they hope to release sometime mid-2022.

Kurt Trembeczki plays guitar and sings, Alex McCloskey plays bass guitar and also sings, and Dylan Royka has joined the band in 2021 as their new drummer, together they play a combonation of psychedelic, punk and alternative.

Too Much of a Good Thing is made up of Matt (Chappy) Czaplinski, Malik Robie, and John Paul Scaglione. They all grew up together at summer camp and eventually worked together. Here, the bond grew. For the past four years, Too Much of a Good Thing has played original Melodic Punk music with hints of Ska, metal, and alternative rock. They love just as hard as they play.