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PREMIERE: Juiceboxxx “Go To The Club Alone”

“Out of my mind but I’m a hell of a guy,” sings Milwaukee punk rap artist Juiceboxx on “Freaking Out,” the first single from his album Freaked Out American Loser.Raised within the noise, punk rock, and underground rap communities of Wisconsin, Juiceboxxx has found a way to merge those sounds cohesively.

Drawing inspiration from The Beastie Boys, The Ramones, and Public Enemy, his stated goal is “trying to build on that language.” Today MASS APPEAL premieres “Go To The Club Alone,” his latest single from that project, released on L.A. indie Dangerbird Records.

“Go To The Club Alone” is about being a pathetic loser sleeping on the floor of a basement and taking the bus to some boring DJ night because you don’t have anything better to do with your dumb life,” says Juiceboxx. “I also just wanted to make a sick punk rap song. It is inspired by everyone from Cypress Hill to The Modern Lovers. You can change your life.” Check the sounds and see if you can relate at all?

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