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Big Ups are a punk rock band from New York City formed in September 2010. The band is comprised of drummer Brendan Finn, vocalist Joe Galarraga, guitarist Amar Lal, and bassist Carlos Salguero Jr.

They played their first show on the roof of Joe's apartment building because no one would book them. Since then, they've been playing all over the city- in bars, basements, kitchens, and backyards.

The songs are about love, alienation, indecisiveness, comics, and high fives; they're singable… read more

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  • Avatar for NBOMe_Wizard
    really really hoping to catch them at riot fest in chicago.
  • Avatar for ubernekoneko
    Saw them in Bologna two weeks ago, they were awesome!
  • Avatar for emiliano_barrom
    Well at least one song sounds like a rip-off.
  • Avatar for Red_October2
    Действительно похоже на Slint, особенно на втором альбоме это заметно.
  • Avatar for Red_October2
    Before a Million Universes>Eighteen Hours of Static
  • Avatar for sumidiotdude
    god the new album is so fuckin sick
  • Avatar for muzziac
    Thirty seconds into track 2 and it's the best album of 2016.
  • Avatar for Georg_Bonk
    btw BaMU will be somewhere in the top-10 noise rock albums of 2016.
  • Avatar for Georg_Bonk
    I think new record is less punkish but more darker. There's a lot of noise rock with Slint-esque atmosphere. It's smth like aggression turned inside with seemingly calmness outside. It's more both noiserockish and postrocksish at the same time but less posthardcorish and punkish. It's just different album than the first one. But I still say it's noise rock today. More than Dope Body. And I don't hear any Slint-style in their sound. Maybe it has its atmosphere but not the sound. Before a Million Universes impresses with flashes of chaos and aggression, as I said before. I don't consider that features as Slint-based hooks.
  • Avatar for Obscure_Thing
    I love the Slint-style vocals on that new album. Well that may be because Spiderland is the best album ever made and every artist that draws influence from the gods gets my approval.

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