Beeramid Scheme, Test Tube, Business Class, and Primitive Engines

December 19, 2017 @ 9:00 pm – December 20, 2017 @ 1:00 am
AS220 Main Stage
115 Empire St
Providence, RI 02903



Beeramid Scheme is a musical omelette of hardcore punk and sarcastic, dry humor. Musical influences include Black Flag, Dead Milkmen, Suicidal Tendencies, Stormtroopers of Death, Dead Kennedys, and a little bit of AxCx. We’re looking to get out and play our wonderful music to anyone who is willing to listen to it. The faint of heart or those easily upset should stay home.


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Business Class was formed on Halloween 2016. The original line-up was Dan Hoyt, 16 (now 17) and who was the lead songwriter for the band, and Michael Tenreiro, 13 (Now 14). Since then, they have released an album called Ignite! on May 12th, 2017. The album has been given a 4/5 on Music Emissions and they have stated, “Ignite! is a worthy debut album. It adds a twist to seventies punk without shamelessly trying to ape it. Musically, it is competent, though the vocals are sometimes a little weak and struggle to hold a key. Whether Rhode Island is big enough for the band, or culturally noticeable enough to bring the band to the attention of a wider audience remains to be seen. The band has the potential to reach that wider audience and deserves shot.” (Link to Review:


Isaac, Graham and Nate came together to play gigs on the grass at Brown University and something just clicked. Maybe it was screaming “I’m too fucking huge for England” at 20 people trying to enjoying their afternoon on the quad. But probably not. By some divine miracle, these three rock n’ rollers got the people on their feet, head bobbin, and singin along. Punk’s not dead yet.


are a two-piece guitar and trombone assault combining folksy songwriting with bombastic, spacey themes.