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Social Loafers
Larksville/Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Sounds like: Post Hardcore and Punk — influenced by La Dispute, Touche Amore, and Pianos Become The Teeth. However, Social Loafers have created a unique sound that stems from a do it yourself style
Fun fact: The vocalist Mark Ruggere could talk forever about his tattoos and their bassist Dylan Jolley is only 15 years old and brings a jazz influence to the band with his super groovy parts.
Find them: facebook.com/thesocialloafers, timetablerecords.bandcamp.com
The Red Pandas
Saylorsburg, Pa.
Sounds like: Alternative soft rock with light melodic riffs and a unique vintage flair combined with vocal harmonies.
Fun fact: The band was created when member Rachel Wild made a facebook status saying “someone join a band with me.” Originally calling themselves “basket of red pandas” and later shortening their name to “The Red Pandas.”
Find them: Facebook.com/basketofredpandas, Instagram: @the_red_pandas, Soundcloud.com/basketofredpandamusic
City Limits
New Brunswick, N.J.
Sounds like: Melodic, riff filled punk rock a little rough around the edges from their DIY, “basement scene” roots.
Fun fact: The members of City Limits constantly annoy each other during their day jobs by adding to a group text message thread that dates back to April 2013, common topics involve pro wrestling and Blazing Saddles quotes.
Find them: citylimitsnj.com, facebook.com/citylimitsnj, twitter.com/citylimitsnj, Instagram: @citylimitsnj, citylimitsnj.tumblr.com

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