After their big hit show at Fitzy’s last Saturday, (March 28th), where they released their first album, Systematic Hypocrisy, they are on a roll for shows all over Central Ontario. The Apathetics brought more then expected at Saturday’s show, provoking enthusiasm from their fans and rapidly adding to the base. The energy circulating from there awaited performance at 12 am kept the party night going, many hoping it wouldn’t end.
As this band has been keeping it alive for five years now with their ska-punk sound, most avid music listeners can relate to the vibe and lyrical content The Apathetics throw the audience. Maybe that style of music isn’t your thing? I don’t think it matters, you may find yourself jiving to a new tune when you expose yourself to a show such as this. Personally, I find it easier to absorb yourself in a new music style when they are underground musicians you can feel a connection to, because of their care-free attitudes.
The Apathetics headlining set was well complimented by the punk rock jams of Corporation and Ghetto Blasters; A perfect set of bands to anticipate the tracks from the new and first album Systematic Hypocrisy. I see this musical compilation doing great things in the near future, but it looks like they have already begun! With upcoming shows throughout our province, let’s hope they come your way.
Interested? Want to hear more?
Check out one of their upcoming shows listed below:
April 3, 2009 – 8 pm @ Duffy’s Tavern, 1238 Bloor St. W, Toronto, ON
April 4, 2009 – 10 pm @ Blue Room, Peterborough, ON
April 17, 2009 – 9 pm @ The Foxx Lounge, 46 Dunlop St W, Barrie, ON
April 25, 2009 – 9 pm @ Pandemic Nightclub, 192 Dundas St., London, ON