several toots of a passed around peace pipe, into a wig flipped slab
of hazy wooziness both fractured and fried and somewhat flying to its
own spaced out oblivion, in truth just between you and me sounds like
an out of it and clearly stoned Bardo Pond but don't tell the others.
The Facc-Tones, an eclectic rock outfit operating around Cambridge, MA,
are guardians of the Sacred Sounds forged by the Heroes
of Rock's Golden Age. They didn't Start the Fire, but carry Its flame
through These Dark Times with infinite SIRIUSness and jest, that it
might Illuminate the world once more when the Winds of Change return
with fresh air to fuel the prophesied Second Coming of Rock.
March 2015 marked the debut of Red Right Hand. With a nod to one of
their favorite songwriters and influences, Nick Cave, Red Right Hand
straddles the line between accessible pop and garage rock. Think: Early
PJ Harvey meets Patti Smith. Lineup: Jess Baggia, Gordon Carlson, Mario
Epstein & Tom Maroon
On a mission to combine their love of '90s alt-rock and lascivious
urges, PowerSlut formed in late 2012. They have since released two
Great Power Comes Great Slut"
in 2014 and "The Second Coming"
2016), performed all over New England, and put out a music video
. Their influences
range from the Pixies to PJ Harvey to Queens of the Stone Age and Ween,
and they've been described as Steel Panther's bratty, witty little
sister. They are currently working on a new EP, slated for release in
Boston-based five-piece alternative rock band Miele most recently
rocked the neighborhood with Somerville's annual Porchfest. With
dark, soulful female vocals oft compared to Grace Slick, and
startling switches between mystical melodies and
grungy/funky/tear-your-face off rock, Miele's complex music keeps
listeners surprised and delighted. This band with a flair for the
dramatic has been featured on Aeronaut Brewing Company's Duck Village
Stage, and headlined Aeronaut's Rock Benefit Show for The Arts
supporting the National Endowment for the Arts this March.
Steve Onderick is just as confused as you are. He tries to use the art
of cinema to make sense of the ever more baffling world we live in.
Mnemonist is an indie rock trio from Cambridge, MA, formed by Brett West
in 2015. They released their debut EP 'No More and Too Much' in 2017 and
play shows in the New England area.
The Sound Down Cellar is a straightforward alternative rock collective
with pickles. The associates always leave room for propositions, making
space for banjo only versions and club house remixes. The last show
featured members who had met only twice, but felt like they were long
lost shipmates, reunited in new past or future selves.
The Silver Mirrors are a Psych-y, Garage-y, Rock n Roll band from Boston
pushing the frontiers of turtleneck rock with stormy clouds of fuzz, toe
tappin' rockers, and western skies through bloodshot eyes. Check out our
new video for Cocaine Jesus
Kirk Windsor is a singer/songwriter
whose songs explore dreamy melancholia and pop sweetness. Puss City play
spontaneous, energetic garage rock about such subjects as dangerously
small swimming pools and long-term employment.
Grungy, tobacco stained rock to purify
your grungy, tobacco stained soul.
Painting ambient, chilled out soundscapes, or
slamming in your face rock, the Gritty Digits are all about variety
and combine aspects of various genres in their songs. Formed by
David Mansfield and Matt Shea in 2015, the Digits have found their
home at EMF Sound Museum in Cambridge and the current lineup
introduces Rob Carrington on drums and Jared Gilbert on bass. Come