Nonagon is a three-piece punk rock band that was formed in the early oughts and practices in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. Tell me more...

Madison w/ Zebras

Saturday, July 30, 2011
Venue: 
Mickey's Tavern
Location: 
Madison, Wisconsin

This was a wild show in a great venue (that happens to be behind the building where I used to work in Madison -Robert). A fight broke out during the middle of our set. I think we earned a punk rock merit badge for that.

Poster by Zebras

Carbondale w/ The DNA Vibrators & TDOHW

Saturday, June 18, 2011
Venue: 
Hangar 9
Location: 
Carbondale, Illinois

Flyer by Roger Pugh

We once again return to the southern frontier lands of Illinois (where the brave men and women the Fighting 42nd defend our northern lands against the enemies of the neutral zone) to play with our pals The DNA Vibrators (Tony will be guest drumming!).

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Quenchers w/ Buildings & The Columbines

Thursday, April 7, 2011
Venue: 
Quenchers Saloon
Location: 
Chicago, Illinois

Poster by Ryan DugganWe love a life that lets us share the stage with folks like this. Rock. Beverages. Snacks. Folks. It's all here.

Thursday, April 7th
9pm start.
$5 donation to get in.

PRF BBQ: New York City

Saturday, March 26, 2011
Venue: 
Secret Project Robot
Location: 
Brooklyn, New York

"Three days of rapid-fire rock, food, art, poetry, and all sorts of fun stuff right here in beautiful NYC. A completely DIY, not-for-profit event with a hearty disdain for corporate sponsorship and a love for all things music and art, PRF.BBQ.NYC proudly welcomes bands and artists from across the globe (that's right, globe) happy to share their art with the people of New York City. ALL of the money collected at the door will be... used for the event itself and to help out the generous touring bands who have agreed to drive hundreds and fly thousands of miles purely to play their music for us lucky souls. And if anything's left over, I'm buying myself a hot dog." -John Houlihan

New York DesiresThis was our most ambitious out-of-town show yet and another in the ongoing series of shows put together by the members of the Electrical Audio forum (a.k.a. The P.R.F.). As a band, we've fantasized about being able to record with our friend Justin (of The Austerity Program) at his recording studio in Queens and thus fulfill one of our deepest New York desires. When the opportunity arose to play the NYC PRF BBQ we jumped on it. Well, I wouldn't quite say "jumped." John and Tony had to convince me that it would be okay if I left safety and comfort of my house (and Internet connection) for long weekend roadtrip.

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