Our Philly House Shows column returns with a feature direct from The Farm in West Philly as Wilmington, NC’s brutal practitioners of bottom-heavy d-beat punk, No Tomorrow recently unleashed a mean set supported by Plague Dogs, Repellers, and Alement. Like many classic West Philly basements, The Farm comes complete with makeshift bar with a steady stream of golden ambrosia for the 21-plusers, with just a enough floorspace for the eager masses to let loose. Always a major plus- Black Orchid Foods was on hand to deliver some radically healthy home-cooked food for a more than reasonable donation. Just another touch that makes Philly House Shows some of the best in the World.
No strangers to Philly, No Tomorrow packed the house as they continue to support a current split release with Oiltanker through Profane Existence that started making waves last year. Cvlt Nation described the split stating, “Oiltanker and No Tomorrow deliver performances that get to nitty gritty of what D-Beat is all about, and the vocals you will experience on this record are a wake up call to the world.”
Lots of great Philly crust to compliment the evening supplied by newcomers Alement and mainstays Plague Dogs and Repellers. Plague Dogs and Repellers have a series of regional dates cooking, so do utilize those links below and get to know these rowdy up-and-comers.
Without further ado, enjoy a series of photos by BTS’s Joshua T. Cohen