'Forgot About Me' Record Release Show!


Gladie, Shit Present, Talking Kind

21 And Over
Wednesday, May 22
Doors: 7pm | Show: 8pm


Forgot About Me is Rachel Gagliardi’s full-length debut under the name Pouty. The album was written and recorded throughout 2022 in Los Angeles and Philadelphia with the Superweaks’ Evan Bernard and Chris Baglivo (featuring Jarret Nathan and Cat Park). Forgot About Me’s nine tracks speak to a series of realizations about desire, self-sabotage, denial, acceptance, and aging, all set atop fuzzy power pop. The album has received glowing reviews from critics including Pitchfork, Stereogum, and Paste Magazine, and is out now on Get Better Records.

Pouty began in 2013 when Gagliardi and Michelle Zauner (Japanese Breakfast) collaborated on a solo-song-a-day-project. At the time, Gagliardi was one-half of Slutever, whose bratty punk songs continue to captivate new audiences on social media. She later joined Upset, which featured former members of Hole and Vivian Girls. Pouty’s debut EP, Take Me to Honey Island, came out in 2016 and over the following years, Gagliardi shared a handful of EPs and singles including 2021’s “Bambina,” which reflects on the changes that accompany motherhood.


Gladie is an American indie rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The band consists of ex-Cayetana member Augusta Koch, ex-Three Man Cannon member Matt Schimelfenig, ex-Spirit of the Beehive member Pat Conaboy, Dennis Mishko, and Miles Ziskind. Don’t Know What You’re In Until You’re Out marks the first Gladie production with a set band lineup, a feature which was previously hampered by the pandemic. As a result, the LP leans into Gladie’s live energy and dynamics, moving away from the home-recorded keys and drum machines of their 2020 debut Safe Sins.


Shit Present is an anthemic punk band from the south west of England fronted by Iona Cairns along with Thom Weeks. They formed in 2015 releasing two EPs before finally releasing their debut album ‘What Still Gets Me’ on Specialist Subject Records in 2023. Someone really nice from Bandcamp said this, “Fantastic music, the vocal delivery is brilliance. Possibly, I could listen to Unraveling & The Pain on a loop, forever, and be satisfied. The vinyl version just showed up, here at the end of the earth, Aotearoa and its like meeting someone I’d become friends with online. Now we get to hang out together.”


Talking Kind is Pat Graham from Philadelphia, PA.

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