Friday, July 3, 2015

DRGN King to celebrate on Saturday with record release show

Local Philly band DRGN King released their full-length debut Paragraph Nights last week via Bar None Records. It has received a ton of hype from the likes of Rolling Stone, Esquire, Vice, among others, and rightfully so.

DRGN King to celebrate on Saturday with record release show

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DRGN King

Local Philly band DRGN King released their full-length debut Paragraph Nights last week via Bar None Records. It has received a ton of hype from the likes of Rolling Stone, Esquire, Vice, among others, and rightfully so. It all started as a collaboration between songwriter Dominic Angelella and producer Ritz Reynolds and has bloomed over the past two years into a fully functioning band. You can listen to the entire record HERE and check out a few songs below.

They'll celebrate their new album this Saturday(02/02) with a record release show at PhilaMOCA with openers Dangerous Ponies, Walking Shapes, Idol Idles and several DJs. There are no advance tickets so just pay at the door. It'll be a great night of Philly music so don't miss out!  

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