SiBANNÄC, Car Crash Star, Poison Anthem (Back Room) | Cat's Cradle | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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SiBANNÄC, Car Crash Star, Poison Anthem (Back Room) 

When: Fri., June 24, 9 p.m. 2016
Price: $7
“Cops in the North/cops in the South/cop gonna take his gun and put it in your mouth,” rasps charismatic vocalist Graham Collins over a nimble ska groove on the opening track of Controversial NonCommercial, the fifth LP by Chapel Hill punk trio SiBANNÄC. The two-and-a-half-minute “You Can’t Go Out at Night” zips through five distinct parts, ending with shouts of “Hands up/Don’t shoot.” As a song about hating cops, it’s already quintessential SiBANNÄC. But it also demonstrates SiBANNÄC’s uncommon songwriting, arranging, and instrumental skills. The band easily handles transitions between punk and ska. —Danny Hooley
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