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Saturday May 12th, 2012

Posted at 10:15am

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The basement of The Dominion House Tavern (3140 Sandwich St.) was a great place to be on Thursday night when local bands teamed up with some out-of-towners to put on a great show.

Visiting from Newmarket were Paper Fortunes and Stack and Large, two groups that prove Windsor isn’t the only town with an incestuous music scene.

Joining them were gritty pop-punk sensations With Glowing Hearts, shoe-gazey pop-punk duo Ape Cassette, feel-good aggressive pop-punkers The Rowley Estate, and local favourites, Shared Arms.

There was moshing, skanking, and general revelry all night, with everyone having a genuinely good time. Bands played well and the crowd couldn’t have been more supportive.

 

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