August 17, 2014

PORKERIA - Borderlands hardcore punk. Touring in support of their brand new LP!

SIN MOTIVO - Labyrinth wandering hardcore punk!

LACERATIONS - Life as One hardcore punk!

HANGING - The future is now. Hardcore punk by our newest blood!


August 15, 2014

Misled Youth: Fast hardcore from DC

Protester: DC straight edge HC

The Sentenced: Denton aggro punk

Prowl: FW fast punk

Truth: Dallas straight edge

Sold Short: Metallic HC from Dallas

Pulled Under: Dallas hardcore

August 14, 2014

Diving: Austin mathy jamz

Costumes: Shoegazy stuff from Austin

Not Half Bad: Fort Worth pop punk, which is a boring but accurate description

August 12, 2014

Impalers: Austin punk

Tolar: Metallic d-beat

Treatment: Gulag pogo punk

August 8, 2014

No Such Noise: New Jersey ska-punk

The Waffle Stompers: “Post-ska” from New Jersey

The Wife and Kids: FW posi-ska

I Am Clark Kent: Jazzy ska from Aledo

Dead Words: Fort Worth pop punk

August 7, 2014

Old Gray: Screamo (is it OK to use that work again?) from up there in the tiny states

Scowler: Mathy, skramzy punk from MN

Flesh Born: Loud and brutal screamo

The Earth Dies Screaming: Grindy screamo from Denton

August 3, 2014

Greg Cote: Houston ukelele and guitar folk

Noralee: Ukelele sad folk

The Wife & Kids: Posi ska from Fort Worth

I’m Clark Kent: Jazzy ska from Aledo

Battles with Art: Punky folky jamz

August 2, 2014

Sold Short: Dallas hardcore dewds

Purgatory: Metal from the firey depths of Omaha

Heretic: Sludgy metal from Dallas

Pulled Under: Heavy DFW HC

Afraid of Life: New shit

July 29, 2014

Alex G: Chilled out 90s-ish jamz from PA

Elvis Depressedly: Psych-pop from SC

Heavy Boots: Folk as fuck

Two Knights: Super stoked and way happy posi-rock

July 28, 2014

Rational Anthem: Whiny, sad and fun pop punk from Florida

Street Eaters: Post-punk from Oakland, m/o The Fleshies

Stymie: Mysterious guy pop punk

Half Truths: Bro-core

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1919 is a collectively-run, all-volunteer, not-profit, warehouse space. We’ve been around since September 2002 surviving on (mostly small) donations to keep the doors open for our programs and services. These include maintaining a radical lending library, a ‘free store’, an alcohol and smoke-free all-ages d.i.y. performance arts space, a documentary film series, and a meeting place for community organizations.
1919 Hemphill St.
Fort Worth, TX

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