Interview: Julia Kugel of The Coathangers on Burger A Go-Go, Recording a Live Album and the State of the Music Industry
– March 16, 2018Late last year, Atlanta punk band The Coathangers announced they’d be joined by Dengue Fever, Death Valley Girls and more for the Burger A Go-Go Tour, which kicked off in February 2018. Having been a band for over 10 years, the group has received a lot ...
From the Freshest Rap to Classic Punk, Not So Fun Weekend 2018 Has You Covered
– March 15, 2018The festival is also a celebration of the bands that have been a part of Parade of Flesh’s success, including Denton psych-rock group Acid Carousel and Atlanta punk band The Coathangers. “The Coathangers really like Acid Carousel,” Iskander says ...
Your Guide To Not So Fun Wknd, Deep Ellum’s Dreamiest Music Festival
– March 12, 2018The lineup this year features headlining acts such as Princess Nokia, Porches, Cro-Mags and The Coathangers. But it’s the slew of other smaller acts that are definitely worth arrving early to see, like L.A. trio SadGirl or post-punk band Omni.
Spill-Bound: Local Fests Build on SXSW's Musical Overflow
– March 9, 2018Acts include The Coathangers, Dwarves, Broncho and U.S. Girls, among others. $50, 4 p.m., Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary's St., papertigersatx.com.
SoundBytes: The Coathangers, Cannabis Corpse, Flatbush Zombies, Nick Swardson and more
– February 28, 2018— Excellent punk trio the Coathangers are coming to Crowbar on June 1. Tickets are $13 and up. Click here. — Pot-themed death metal band Cannabis Corpse is coming to Fubar on May 19. Tickets are $12. Click here.
Two-day Burger-A-Go-Go Tour coming to Hi-Fi Music Hall
– February 15, 2018“And, there will be a liquid, psychedelic light show that will be super trippy,” he added. The Coathangers, an all-female group that began just for fun in 2006, is headlining the first night. Singer and guitarist Julia Kugel said the group is proud ...
Noise Pop 2018 guide: 10 can’t-miss shows for this year’s festival
– February 13, 2018Since then, however, The Coathangers — also featuring Meredith Franco (bass/vocals) and Stephanie Luke (drums/vocals) — have steadily grown to become one of the most entertaining garage-punk acts out there. The group’s latest full-length is ...