Camden bashed their way through a set of hyper-pop. These guys aren’t messing around.
Cooling Towers opened their set at Great Scott with “Charlotte”. I love that song.
The Daily Pravda play retro-modern Britpop with a glam twist.
A few moments into Cocked N’ Loaded’s set, Andrew Doherty of Motherboar unloaded a can of beer in Kyle Neeson’s face.
Motherboar brought the heavy. That’s what they do.
When Aquanutz opened with “Slide It In”, I knew this show was going to exceed my already high expectations.
Cooling Towers “Charlotte” 2011 Cooling Towers grab you right from the get-go on “Charlotte” with feedback drenched guitars and an undeniable bass line. It’s not long before the drums snap into place and the band launches into a sizzling piece of post punk bliss. It’s aggressive, melodic and it grooves. So good. Charlotte by Cooling […]
What does Rule have in common with my childhood cat?
I’ve been to all three shows of their Moe’s Lounge residency and I still can’t figure out what the hell a Shakes & Pony Show is.
“Born Of Fire” set up shop at Radio and brought Rhode Island’s Convulsions along to get things going.