Foo Fest headliner Andrew W.K.

By JIM MACNIE  |  August 10, 2011

Pick your aural poison during the final midnight hour, when WHITE LOAD splatter their woofer-shredding mayhem, while West End legends OLNEYVILLE SOUND SYSTEM top the festivities off under the stars. The drum-and-bass thunder of OSS rocks "kinda like a retard bus in a head-on with a pimpmobile full of cocaine" (per the loadrecords.com site). Need we say more?

Visit as220.org for set times. See you on Empire Street!

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