Idols End
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Idols End

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" Networking Party" recently hosted a networking party at Club 57 West. This is a new venue located at 57 West Pine st. downtown. The party showcased 12 different bands from across the state. The bands were all given the chance to come on stage to sing one song and promote. The bands moved on and off very smoothly and the show moved in a timely manor. The event showcased a variety of genres from hip hop to punk. The first band to really make me sit down and listen was Noiz Control from Citrus County High School. The youngest band to hit the stage was surprisingly the only band with a full merchandise table. Although it seems that right now Noiz Control is primarily a cover band, there is one original song on their myspace page. The vocals were great and the band played well together. Although they got the crowd moving no one’s energy could touch that of Joseph’s. Following a line of rockers Joseph brought a catchy dance beat to the stage with “Your love still haunts me.” Idols End was the only punk band. They definitely sounded like they had old school punk influences but they added an element of fun. Replacing Oi!s with Hey!s they put on a great show. Come out and see Idols Hand and the new Club 57 West for yourself on October 30th. If you can’t wait that long you can also see them October 10th with one of my favorite local bands The Kidney Stones at The Cameo Theater. Overall a good turnout and experience at a great new venue downtown. -


Tracks from Idols End's Puritan Ave. e.p. and other releases may be found on and other music web sites.



Idol's End is band that formed with more than sex, drugs and money on their mind. When Kc and Brian began writing songs together in late '07 they were looking to make a difference in the way people thought. They wanted people to turn away from their doom and gloom and give them a hope for the future by encouraging everyone to make a small difference. With the addition of Carlos Esteves, Matt Harmond, and Tristan O'Connor the team of songwriters went to work playing relentlessly around town until they were being offered gigs with bands like Whole Wheat Bread, Authority Zero, and Against Me! They were voted Orlando Weekly's Best Punk Act in '09, and has every intention of living up to their title. Since their release of their self made six song e.p., along with some videos and tracks courtesy of Full Sail, Idol's End has begun expanding their base by playing gigs around the state such as the Warped Tour in Tampa and two eastern U.S. tours. Idol's End is currently working on songs for their second release, a full length album due early 2010.