Event Pick: The Prude Boys, Naked Baby and Hot Dolphin at En Su Boca 

Oct. 14

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The Prude Boys

There is nothing puritanical about the Prude Boys. The libertine garage punk and roll of the Detroit-based trio is footloose and fancy-free. The group’s self-released, four-song debut EP, “Family Style Glamour” is a guaranteed good-time enabler. With a streamlined rock sound, songs such as the head-bopping sing-a-long “The Devil Was Adopted” and the equally appealing, “Fishfly,” are really hard to resist given their frantic enthusiasms. There is an unmistakable pop sweetness to the group’s offerings that blends the tender toughness of the Shangri-Las with the teenage lobotomies of the Ramones. Great big catchy fun, the Prude Boys play Wednesday, Oct. 14, at En Su Boca. Joining them will be Richmond lo-fi garage warriors Naked Baby and punkers Hot Dolphin. Doors open for the cretin hop at 10 p.m. Admission is free with donations strongly encouraged. ensuboca.com.


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