Nap Eyes Play DC9
Sensible Canadian folks Nap Eyes stopped by DC9 with their new album of very hot bangers, “I’m Bad Now,” for a super fun and energetic show. As Nap Eyes fan Marc Maron would say, do it up!
See Tancred at Boot & Saddle
Opening the Wednesday night show with the entirety of the forthcoming album “Nightstand,” Tancred wowed the devoted Boot & Saddle following with the sounds of new, followed by a raucous set of old. Jess Abbott and her tight band followed up a strong opening set of new songs from Augusta Koch of Cayetana.
VÉRITÉ at Irving Plaza
VÉRITÉ may have been an opening for Eden on this tour but the placed was packed out. She powered through songs and had people in tear with her cover of The 1975’s Somebody Else.
Caroline Rose and Hurry at Main Street Music
Playing an in-store at Main Street Music last Thursday, Caroline Rose and her band delivered a stupendous stripped down acoustic set to a packed store. Philadelphia-based indie-rockers Hurry followed with a brilliant set of their own.
Grovner with the latest track “After the Party”
A Place in Your Home is available April 13th via Grind Central Records.
Mirah and Secret Drum Band at Johnny Brenda’s
The glorious sounds of Mirah graced Johnny Brenda’s stage last Wednesday. With a diverse setlist that included a new song (“Energy”) and comments about an upcoming album, it was a great performance of the past and future. Secret Drum Band brought four drummers and a guitar player to weave some stunning environmental-themed percussive sounds to open the night.
Lost In Japan return with “Don’t Wanna Let Go”
Catch them April 7th live at Warehouse Concert Hall in St. Catharines, ON.
Sorority Noise at The Masquerade
Just before taking a much acknowledged hiatus, indie rock outfit Sorority Noise played Atlanta for what hopefully won’t be the last time to a loving crowd of superfans.
See Palm and The Spirit of the Beehive at The Mammal Gallery
Wooter returns with “10,000 Mile Stare”
An unforgettable collaboration
Soccer Mommy with the latest video for “Cool”
Pick up a copy of the new highly relatable record Clean, out now.
Kid Trails – “Naming”
Dose with the single “Furniture”
“Furniture” is available now via A Turntable Friend.
Kolars and Escondido play Rough Trade
KOLARS are a duo from LA who bring a high energy pop rock to the table while Escondido are from Nashville and have a smooth desert rock vibe going on.
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