The indie617 Free Show with Juiceboxxx at Thunder Road in Somerville this Friday, September 14, is sure to be a wild time.

But don’t take our word for it.

Sit back, fire up “Freaked Out American Loser”, and enjoy this parade of publications you know and love as they gush about the Milwaukee Maniac before he comes to town this week.


” …on ‘Destruction and Redemption’ he kicks it into high gear, pulling 77 power-pop into neo-hardcore territory, resulting in a track that’s as catchy as it is thrashy. This rips, man.”


“Juiceboxxx proved to be more than capable of forming a strange almagamation of rap, punk, pop and classic American-minded rock…Freaked Out American Loser, has a sublime streak coursing through it.”

The 405

“This punk rapper from Milwaukee merges punk rock and rap so seamlessly, the end result is different yet familiar, polished yet effortless, and from start to finish, a nearly 30-minute banger.”

Alt Press

“Raised within the noise, punk rock, and underground rap communities of Wisconsin, Juiceboxxx has found a way to merge those sounds cohesively.”

Mass Appeal

“…he’s a living document of a passion pursued, tattooed with euphoric successes…Now that the prevailing global mood matches Juiceboxxx’s freaked out intensity, the world may have found a tragically contemporary rap anthem.”

The Fader

“Music lovers who were sonically aware in the late ’90s and early aughts will find a lot to like in Juiceboxxx’s debut single ‘Freaking Out’. The tune somehow manages to incorporate in one single track some of the most mind blowing music of that era, from Beck’s quirky-yet-groovy production style to the punchy and synthetic big beat of The Chemical Brothers, while adopting a tense rapping style in part reminiscent of The Beastie Boys.”

The Deli NYC

“…for so long people beyond a certain circle didn’t know what to make of him. But maybe that anxious energy of his music will be appreciated by folks wading through the uncertainty and insanity of the circus sideshow that is America 2k17.”

Tiny Mix Tapes

We’ll let the quotes speak for themselves. Click here to RSVP to our free show with Juiceboxxx on Friday, September 14. Morning Glory man Michael Marotta spins after doors open at 7, then JB takes the stage and turns everything sideways.