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American Indian Movement Benefit Show for Standing Rock

  • 5 Washington St Pl Augusta Maine (map)

Squashed Warehouse and Trash Mansion are colaberating to host this exciting benefit show for the American Indian Movement (, Standing Rock chapter. All the funds raised will be put to use in the way that the front line defenders of water at Standing Rock see fit. Big thank you to all the bands donating thier time for such an important cause. Share this event, bring your friends, invite anyone you know. Let's really put together something special!

Due to a long history/herstory if alcohol being used as a weapon against American Indigenous people, AIM has asked that people leave it at home for this show.

Asking a door donation of between $5-10.

New England's most important band will be throwing d-beat anthem after d-beat anthem. If you have yet to see these folks, they are not to be missed.

Portland's newest addition to the Maine punk scene. An amazingly unique female fronted spazztic, jazz inspired, harshness that will blow your ears off.

Random Ideas
Young triplet punk gals from Central Maine playing fun queer-postive warming punk rock! Some of the best lyrics Maine punk has to offer.

Angry Maine anarcho-punk a-la 1997. Ex-members of Pinko & the Action Boys, The Commonwealth, C.D.S., Amaranthus, and many more.

Man is Murder
Unique new Central Maine hardcore. One members dad was an elvis impersonater. One memeber stays warm in their leggings. One memeber loves his hi-hats. Uncle Spudd wrote a song about the last member but accidently called him "Robinson".

Trash Mansion (5 washington st place Augusta ME) is a new basement space. Respect the space and the people in it so we can keep doing shows!