The Bronx Underground Returns After 3-Year Hiatus

Local youth had an awesome time rocking out to the evening’s featured music groups.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

The Fox & King, Inc. revived the Bronx Underground’s 15 year-tradition after it shuttered in 2015, with its first underground music show on Friday, October 19 at the First Lutheran Church of Throggs Neck. The evening’s entertainment included live musical performances by local bands The Drew Torres Trio, Durieux, Synapses Firing, Behind the Facade, Left in the Attic and Ronx.

Nathaniel Frias and Desiree had a blast while listening to the Bronx’s musical offerings.
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Anthony Riccitelli (l) and Joseph Figueroa sold commemorative Drew Torres Trio t-shirts and buttons during the show.
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(l-r) Left in the Attic’s drummer Murphy, vocalist and guitarist Jacks and bassist and backup vocalist Crissy were eager to perform their newest album, ‘Army of Vandals.’
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Bronx-based garage rock band Left in the Attic rocked the crowd!
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Show organizers Fernando Garcia (front, c) and Mike Barrios (back, c) celebrated with volunteers.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

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