Here I am trying to crank through all of these photos I’ve got from the Pipeline! at 25 shows and y’all are releasing cool new music left and right.
The Pipeline! at 25 series rolled on with a set of harmonic, electric folk from a reunited Lazy Susan.
Daykamp Music was nominated for a Boston Music Award. That’s pretty special.
Buttercup kicked up the perfect blend of melody, harmony, grit and twang to help Pipeline! celebrate 25 years.
The Middle East Downstairs became an indie rock time machine on Friday as part of the Pipeline! at 25 celebration. Weeping In Fits And Starts set the dial to the mid ’90s.
Let’s pretend it’s Friday and you don’t feel like working because you’re totally fried and you just need a break and want to watch like 600 videos in a row.
If you’re a cool kid at The Mall in my ’80s dream, you have two things with you at all times: an Orange Julius and a copy of Petty Morals’ Cherry Ice Pop EP for your Walkman.
Nisi Period closed out a night of celebrating Pipeline! at 25 with a psychedelic set of percussive rock.
Welcome to the land of the impossibly amazing.
The Pipeline! at 25 celebration found 1981 Rock ‘n’ Roll Rumble winners Someone And The Somebodies at Cuisune en Local for a set that harked back to the early days of modern rock.