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Pinkwash; Pie Face Girls; Sister, Brother 

When: Tue., May 31, 9 p.m. 2016
Price: $7
Pinkwashing is a false promise, an effort to poach the money of well-meaning folks looking to help aggrieved loved ones by consuming oodles of pale pink ribbons and tchotchkes. The Philadelphia duo Pinkwash comes from that mix of angst and grief; much of the band’s material thus far, 2014’s Your Cure Your Soul and last year’s Cancer Money, finds singer-guitarist Joey Doubek exploring grief for his mother, who died of breast cancer in 2009. On the new Collective Sigh, Doubek and one-time Des Ark drummer Ashley Arnwine continue to build minimalist punk structures out of repeated riffs and fills, making music that aims for high-volume catharsis. —Patrick Wall
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