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Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Day One: Skinny Puppy

2015 marked the ten-year anniversary of Austin’s favorite variety festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest. As with past years the festival hosted multiple color-coded stages of genres including rap, indie rock, electronic and comedy. Also, skate ramps and a wrestling ring were on hand. Games were placed throughout Auditorium Shores park to maximize the element of fun. This being Metalunderground.com, though, these following reports will focus on the Black Stage where punk and metal took place.

The forecast called for rain on the first day so many of the attendees were dressed for the weather. Fortunately, it only drizzled. Nothing was the first band I took in on the Black Stage. The Philly-based act released “Guilty of Everything” in 2014 via Relapse Records. They had a nineties alternative sound that fit well with many of the artists at FFF this year. Their guitar sound was noisy, too, which they’ve been branded as a noise rock outfit (another 90s-ism). They sounded good but didn’t do much to keep my interest. More...

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FFF 2012 Announces Free FFF Nite Shows

The fun officially extends until 2 A.M. at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012. Wristband holders now can attend FFF Nites, the official free after-party series to the 7th annual festival to be held November 2 – 4, 2012 at Auditorium Shores in Austin, TX. The nightly lineup includes Superchunk, Dwarves, Braid, Doug Benson, Surfer Blood, Lucero and more.

Keeping with the spirit of the festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest Founder Graham Williams has assembled a multi-genre lineup that includes Superchunk, Liturgy, Toy Selectah, King Tuff. Brutal Truth, Nachtmystium, Fight Amp and Dwarves are among the heavy acts working the graveyard shift.

Upon leaving Auditorim Shores, fans can resume their Fun Fun Fun Fest experience at venues including The Mohawk, Red 7, Club de Ville, Holy Mountain, The ND, Elysium, The Parish, Beerland, and more.

“We want fans to get the most bang for their buck,” says FFF founder Graham Williams. “With FFF Nites, ticket holders can continue enjoying quality bands late into the night, all for free
with their Fun Fun Fun Fest wristband.” Read below for a list of bands performing. More...

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