The future is now. Or, more precisely, the future was this past Friday.
The New Dumb have a new mini-EP available for your enjoyment. What’s a mini-EP? Two songs.
The sound reverberates for a moment within the walls of TT’s before being absorbed by the mass of people huddled before the stage. Can they feel it?
If a band that sounds like Dick Dale and The Ventures with touches of Texas twang, punk, and rockabilly sounds like it might be up your alley, you should probably check this out.
The Future Everybody know how to do power pop.
Endless Wave’s set was cosmic.
Static Of The Gods have never shied away from the melancholic or atmospheric. On The Midnight Fires they continue to paint dreamy landscapes for Jen Johnson’s vocals to explore.
Soft Pyramids are cool. Really cool.
Vary Lumar brought their modern indie rock sounds to the TT’s stage.
Emily Peal performs the oh-so-cute-oh-wait-no-what-are-these-surprising-undertones song “Wise To You” at TT’s.