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Live Shots: Spiritual Cramp, Advertisement, more amp up Thee Parkside

Punk sounds filled the Potrero Hill dive bar as bands (and audience) let loose.

San Francisco punk outfit Spiritual Cramp—hey punk’s not dead here after all—hit Thee Parkside Friday, March 11, with fellow bands Advertisement, Ways Away, and World Be Free, filling the beloved space with, in their words, “aggressive music teamed with confessional, vulnerable lyrics.” We were happy to welcome back some much-missed live vibes in the crowd. Then it was off to SXSW for the crew, amped up on hometown love.

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