Transgressive electro-sexual punk defines lasciviousness
If you’re hankering for some raunch, consider moseying over to Launchpad tonight for electrotrash act Punk Bunny’s show. Get up close and personal with front man Gil Sandoval, a.k.a. Luigi, in Most Likely to Suck Seed. Local deviants Beefcake in Chains, A.P.D. and InTOXICated also push the boundaries of acceptable performance tonight. Don’t forget to bring along your sense of humor. Peep some pretty NSFW Punk Bunny music videos below. Launchpad • Punk Bunny • Beefcake in Chains • A.P.D. • InTOXICated • Mon Nov 26 • 9:30 pm • $5 • 21+ • launchpadrocks.com
Most Likely to Suck Seed
Luigi brings the XXX
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