Fooligans, Bamfs, Mumu Tutu, Hufton Brothers | Deep South the Bar | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week

Clubs & Concerts

Fooligans, Bamfs, Mumu Tutu, Hufton Brothers

When: Thu., Feb. 23, 8:30 p.m. 2012

The Bamfs and the Fooligans have shared several recent bills, and it's a logical pairing. Named for either a certain wallet inscription in Pulp Fiction or the sound Nightcrawler makes when he teleports, the Bamfs play power-chords-and-studded-belts punk rock that alternates between breakneck moshers and doo-wop. Chapel Hill's Fooligans originate in the rock camp, yet their Stratocaster worship is decidedly more reckless and physical than the obvious touchstones. Also on the bill are Mumu Tutu, who play ska-tinted, West Coast-facing pop-punk, and Wilmington's Hufton Brothers, delivering deconstructed indie rock on traditional instruments (think an old-time trio covering Modest Mouse). —Corbie Hill

Price: $6

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