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No Such Noise ~ The Best Of The Worst ~ Curious Volume ~ Take Today

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, December 23
Doors: 6pm Show: 6:30pm

AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets.
Doors: 6:00 PM
Show: 6:30 PM

“No Such Noise is a band that isn’t afraid to wear its inspirations on its sleeve. Playing a brand of pop-punk infused with ska horns, the group takes after New Found Glory as much as it does Less Than Jake, and the band’s sweet, hook-laden choruses back this up. Catchy ska portions invade verses while No Such Noise offers its own take on a genre that has been around for decades.”

The band will be celebrating the 10 year Anniversary of their album “For Closure”, so expect a set that will span the entire history of the band.

The Best of the Worst is a skacore band that started out as a joke in 2006 and never stopped playing. Several albums and countless DIY tours later they have carved themselves a small niche mixing melodic hardcore with upbeat horn-forward skapunk. Check out their latest LP Better Medicine and 7″ split with New Jersey pals, Folly, out now on Bad Time Records.

Curious Volume began when Andrew (dNo) Paladino, John Trotta, and Cole Rice wanted to start a band in middle school. Influenced by a heavy dose of Pop-Punk and Rock, CV released EPs and built a strong local following in the Staten Island, NY music scene, leading up to their 2010 debut album Mumbles and Whispers. Around this time, they expanded their sound by experimenting with elements of Ska and Hard Rock that brought them into a new phase.

Curious Volume reunited in 2018 for beloved local venue Dock Street’s 40th anniversary, and from there were inspired to work on new music. Armed with a relaunch, uber-talented Swiss army knife Brian Buchanan, and new music nearly ready to go, Curious Volume is ready to show the world what’s next.


Take Today is a 4 piece punk band from South Jersey formed in 2003 that that is full of nostalgic energy and carries with them a wide range of sonic emotion. Fast songs, poppy songs, moody songs, and even dabbled in ska punk. Some say old school Alkaline Trio meets Jawbreaker, some say they’re simply too loud.

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