Boxcutter PNW (album release), Potbelly, Ground Score (split 7" record release), Apostate Cancer

N7E Records Presents

Boxcutter PNW (album release), Potbelly, Ground Score (split 7" record release), Apostate Cancer

Sat, July 21, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$8.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Boxcutter PNW
Boxcutter PNW
Started in October 2015, by 4 members of the NW punk scene who had a strong desire to do it, harder, faster and better than their previous attempts.
Potbelly
Potbelly
POTBELLY formed in Jan. 1995 on Whidbey Island, WA. Over the years the band has released 90 records. Playing songs about the darker side of things, from horror to comedy. The band has done multiple split 7" records with bands they grew up on, like the Accused, D.O.A., and Millions of Dead Cops. and has gone on compilation records with bands like The Misfits, DOA, DI, The Dwarves, The Dehumanizers, Toe Tag... the list goes on. POTBELLY has done an uncountable amount of shows, and tours, and shows no signs of slowing down. Jason Potbelly also runs and operates PB Records. helping to put other bands music out, as well as Potbelly's. Punk rock is a way of life to this band.
Ground Score
Ground Score
Melodic, PDX, Power, Posi, Pop Punk, from members of My Goldfish Ned, Faithless Saints, Problems, and Dirty Kid Discount
Apostate Cancer
Apostate Cancer
Rising from the ashes of the Bellingham band Undead Sex, Cody set out to form a new band that played on the oddball side of past musical projects.

After he realized he wasn't that good at guitar, he asked Brendan to come play some songs with him and The Pins were born. Together they played two shows that nobody liked.

They thought more instruments would help, so Cody asked Joe to play drums and help give the songs more definition. The Pins played two or three more shows, and it sounded better.

Then Trevor salvaged what was left of his soul and stopped working at his crap job. He and Cody decided that two almost not bad singer song/writers put together might equate to one halfway decent one. This new group played one more show as The Pins.

Then we all decided we didn't like that name anymore and Brendan suggested Apostate Cancer. That one made us giggle the most, so we went with that.

Since then we have released one three song EP (Self Titled) and are currently looking to play everywhere to spread the message of mixed breed DIY folk punk and doing what makes us happy.

Because happy is good.
Venue Information:
The Shakedown
1212 N. State St
Bellingham, WA, 98225
http://shakedownbellingham.com/