Words like "lifer" get thrown around a lot, but it's wholly applicable to Martin Sorrondeguy. The longtime photographer and infamous vocalist of Crudos brought his equally crucial band Limp Wrist to NYC's Brooklyn Bazaar on September 30th with a gang of local punk favorites including Haram, Mommy and Nandas in tow. The insanely energetic gig was one of several for the queer punk band, which focused most of its set list on the group's first LP in close to a decade, Facades, out now on Bandcamp and La Vida Es Un Mus. Check out photos of the band — and their support acts — destroying the stage, courtesy of Angela Owens.
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