Buzz worthy ’90s indie rock is alive and kicking in the 2015 Rumble. Prelim Night #2 opened with Drab.
A night of music in support of Yes All Women Boston and Girls Rock Campaign Boston continued with Drab’s fuzzy-buzzy tunes.
Drab brought a set of fuzzed-out, ’90s-inspired indie rock to The Middle East Downstairs.
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.
Amy Douglas, Ruby Rose Fox & Sophia Cacciola teamed up on loungetastic versions of Nirvana and Buzzcocks before leading a “Silent Night” sing-along to close out the evening.
The Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling Big Band Revue took to the Davis Square Theatre stage for some Jingle Ball Rock.
Crazy. Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling just released two songs, with videos(!!!), on the same night night. That’s not even the crazy part.
Whoa. That was one of the best Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling sets I’ve ever seen.
Sophia Cacciola busted out her Gibson Explorer for TT’s 40th Anniversary. Nothing bad has ever happened when an Explorer is involved.
Well crafted songs with intelligent lyrics go a long way in my book.