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What’d you do this weekend? We threw ourselves into the pit with The Murder City Devils

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“A lot of our songs early on were about romanticizing places we weren’t. Other places, other towns, things we couldn’t get to” said Spencer Moody, lead singer for The Murder City Devils before a secret show they were playing Saturday night. And yes, this was a place you definitely wish you woulda been. And it was romantic. And hard to get into.

The Brixton Broadcast, a global series of shows we’ve been attending and covering with our pals at Brixton for over a year now came through LA Saturday night, hosting a top secret headliner band — which were The Murder City Devils — for a secret show. What transpired was a raucous, beer-soaked, intimate punk show in one of LA’s most storied venues. The beer was free and the show was insane.

We’ll have a full recap video and photo gallery this week.

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