East Bay, Calif.-based power-punk duo Street Eaters (Megan March and John No) say "There is no one else in the band, and there won't be in the future." But two is plenty — she plays the drums, he plays the bass, they both write and sing. Actually, they kind of shout-sing while whipping their instruments into a sonic froth as evidenced by their full-length, Rusty Eyes and Hydrocarbons. (Their approach, they say, "is to wring the absolute maximum sound out of a minimalist setup.") The group is spending its summer touring cross-country in support of a new EP, set to be released this October by German avant-punk label Cut The Cord That…Records. Street Eaters make their way to Static Age Records on Wednesday, June 27. Bobby Joe Ebola and Wade Boggs also perform. 8 p.m. http://www.staticagerecords.com.
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