Do you want music made with the best intentions gone wonderfully, horribly awry? You want Streight Angular.
Today is Daykamp Music’s 3rd birthday. Had I known how much work this site would be, I may never have done it. Score one for naivety. I love photographing bands in a live setting. I’m happy to have had a place to share my photos over the past few years. Sometimes I get tired. Today […]
Drab brought a set of fuzzed-out, ’90s-inspired indie rock to The Middle East Downstairs.
Hallelujah The Hills’ Rock-n-Romp set was inspiring.
Man Alive! opened the March edition of Rock-n-Romp with their comfort music.
Varsity Drag shared their punk-rock-built-upon-pop-sensibilities with the TT’s crowd for some mid-week fun.
The Rationales are top notch. Top notch, I tell ya!
Butterknife brought their exemplary indie rock songs to TT’s Wednesday night.
Cordaro, Giles & Stronge blasted out a set of aggressively progressive rock at O’Brien’s.
I can’t look away. I simply cannot look away. Gondoliers are one of the most enthralling bands in town.