Saturday night in Milwaukee is the place to be this weekend as the exclusionary chaps from Minneapolis known as Boys Club will be making an honorary appearance, and along with the addictively nutritious Tuff Bananas and The Krunchies, it's an exciting dental dilemma waiting to happen. It's a fun-packed night at Linneman's Pub with breakfast cereal punkers the Tuff Bananas running wild, and their gummy swipe at the Kastenetz/Katz sound run through a magical hot dog smashing machine is causing miracles to happen at children's pizza parties all over Beer City, so don't be late! Their notorious first gig had incidents of exploding fresh fruit stuffed with firecrackers to enhance their cavity-causing party sounds to the full potential, but much to the dismay of the Mad Planet venue's cleanup crew. Featuring the sticky antics of Catholic Boys' Jon and Paul on drums and guitar/vocals, and filled out with with Natalie from the Tears and party flingers Adam and Mark, these guys are looking to have a good time, all the time. With only one song officially posted HERE, it sounds like a shambolic mess of sloppy poppy fun with whipped cream, lots of nuts, and the proverbial cherry on top that seems impossible not to enjoy. Boys Club also have a new song posted HERE that you may not have heard yet, which conjures up the innocence of the lo-fi Gizmos' NY-era slop a la "Progressive Rock," complete with spry and energetic backup vocals and hooks galore. Hopefully we'll have more records from these guys really soon, as the two songs they've released definitely leave you wanting more, and as long as the wheels keep turning over at Rock Mania Magazine (of which the Boys Club crew are contributors), it's bound to be some genuine pop gunk. The Krunchies are next and bring up their unique style of artery-clogging, lightning speed punk with all the fast food pleasures and none of the high sodium content that so many of their contemporaries leave behind. Alternating yelps and bleats with quick-dick chord changes may make your head spin like it's supposed to, but their newer songs break the mold even further and show what these three are truly capable of onstage with their instruments all crashing together in perfect time. Even with the solidification of their new musical endeavors (Kevin's with the Busy Signals and Amanda and Matt's Screaming Yellow Zonkers) taking hold so well, it's great to see these three Chicago kids destroy a perfectly good Saturday night just like it was their only outlet of aggression. Look out for a new Krunchies single on Southkore sometime in the very near future, and be sure to check out one of the new tracks, "Ugly Inside" right HERE.