Gig Review : Brown Brogues (w/ Rumpus and Bad Grammar)

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For some strange reason, the Bowery has been putting up some great shows as of late. It’s either the coin-op arcade games or the cocktails luring the flies to the proverbial honey, but, yes, the soul-shaped hole that the death of Soyo Live left in us has been slowly filled by The Bowery, Great Gatsby and Bungalows and Bears, who is like the good friend that never went away but we didn’t notice was there all along. Continue reading “Gig Review : Brown Brogues (w/ Rumpus and Bad Grammar)”

Gig review: Roaming Son + Dirdsbead + Stiv Cantarelli and the Silent Strangers

Imagine creating an object made of thousands of minuscule vibrations, all bouncing off each other and working together to make the object appear to be one complete thing. The thing is made of its component parts, but exists only as itself – remove or change any part of it and it becomes something different entirely. Now consider this. The object you’ve created is a product … Continue reading Gig review: Roaming Son + Dirdsbead + Stiv Cantarelli and the Silent Strangers

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Gig Review: Double No No, Canyon Family,Five Leaf Nettle @ The Washington

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When my car finally gave up the ghost, I lost the plot, road trip ended. Slammed the door, kicked the wing and crossed the road to the nearest watering hole.  Continue reading “Gig Review: Double No No, Canyon Family,Five Leaf Nettle @ The Washington”

Gig Review: Rough Shag presents…Chains of Love, Vladimir, Death Rays of Ardilla

The right atmosphere was set up in Bungalows and Bears that night. The usual foot traffic of every Saturday night was treated to a mix of psychedelia, hard rock and desert rock. Yes, another Rough Shag night, full of rocking bands and vinyl records… Continue reading “Gig Review: Rough Shag presents…Chains of Love, Vladimir, Death Rays of Ardilla”