Neon Angels got together to do a set of Runaways covers. Not a bad way to kick off the Halloween celebration at Radio.
“Supermarché” is a neon strobe light, inviting you to party and taunting you at the same time.
The sounds of Plume’s prog/psych blend swirled around the basement of The Cantab as I snapped a few photos.
Cribbage brought the commotion and the instrument rotation to The Cantab.
The Dirty Truckers show at Radio was fun. Everybody played. Everybody got on stage.
Watts was the seventh band to play at Radio. When they performed the song “Radio”, they fourth band to perform a song with the club’s name in the title.
AM Stereo are cut from the same cloth as The Replacements, but sound more like Superdrag meets Superchunk. Superdrunk, if you will.
Brownboot opened night number two at Radio and I make an A-Team reference.
Miskatonic Favorite Records 2008 Miskatonic is breaking up soon, but in 2008 they brought us another EP of synth-happy new wave inspired power pop. This three song effort sounds and feels very much like their debut full length, Let Us Entertain Us. If you liked that record, you’ll like this EP. “Favorite Records” is the [...]
John Powhida International Airport closed out opening night at Radio. J-Po brought along an entirely different flight crew since the last time I saw him.* One thing remains constant**; you can’t swing a funny bunny on stage at a JPX show without hitting a talented musician. Also worth noting: Radio is awesome! Congrats to everyone [...]