There was a lot of great music happening for a great cause, like a wonderful set of Sun Records sounds from Roy Sludge, Jim Haggerty and Duke Levine…
Soft Pyramids have guitars that intermingle with a detached self awareness.
Future Carnivores released their new album at TT’s last week with a set of seductively intelligent indie pop tunes.
Here’s a hauntingly stark rendition of Velah’s “Calm Down.”
Velah performed as a three-piece at the Future Carnivores album release show.
Sometimes music is an escape. Other times it matches exactly how you feel.
Boy howdy, Slowdim is good. I don’t want their set to end.
I started out at TT’s to catch The Life Electric for the first time on a night when every club had put together a show I would regret missing.
The Year Million are closing out a Thursday night at TT’s with a set of modern alternative rock that sounds ready for stages much bigger than this one.
The Luxury do majestic indie rock in a big way.