Ajda and Tony from Black Fortress Of Opium stripped back the band’s songs for a set at O’Brien’s.
I still can’t believe The Wrong Shapes make all of their beautiful, textured music with just two people.
Freezepop came out and put a giant electronic cherry on top of Indie Rock Ranger’s Holiday Spectacular.
Glamta comes but once a year.
Parks turned “Holiday Road” into a holiday classic.
If Steven Kilgore’s smokin’ jacket doesn’t get you in the holiday spirit, perhaps Animal Talk covering “Last Christmas” will.
Harris Hawk rattled fillings at Indie Rock Ranger’s Holiday Spectacular.
Where is the mystical fountain of classic riffage from whence Township drinks? The band heaved abundant slabs of rolling rock upon the Brighton Music Hall crowd at the Boston Does Boston benefit.
Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents never fail to entertain. Their set at Brighton Music Hall for Boston Does Boston included holiday numbers, a Township cover and a bunch of their ’60s-girl-group-meets-’70s-orchestral-pop originals.
The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library have a way with words and interesting instrumentation. They brought their modern indie folk and zebra prints to Brighton Music Hall as part of the Boston Does Boston benefit.