DONKNG Homecoming: With RV And Theo Burrows

By: Kevin Renard Part of me wants everyone to stop hosting house shows here in the summer. They’re unforgiving, and the dumpster forgives even less. But I hope that didn’t keep you from this show. DONKNG could play a set on the Serengeti and if I was in town, I’d just bring a water bottle. … Continue reading DONKNG Homecoming: With RV And Theo Burrows

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[Photo Set] GUTFest: Rayya, Street Rat, Robin Best, Carly Shooster, Theatre Strike Force.

By: Lindsy Carrasquillo Photos below were taking during performances at M.A.M.A.'s Club and The Civic Media Center on July 21st, the first day of GUTFest. "GUTFest exists to empower emerging artists to make risky, diverse, and interesting art by providing them with the opportunity to have their work seen. We want to promote Gainesville as … Continue reading [Photo Set] GUTFest: Rayya, Street Rat, Robin Best, Carly Shooster, Theatre Strike Force.

Mom Jeans, Graduating Life, Alumine, and Vi Viana of Gutless at The Hardback

By: Eliza Goldstein Vi Viana [Gutless]:   Alumine:   Graduating Life:   Mom Jeans:   Links: https://gutlessmusic.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/gutless316/ https://aluminegnv.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/fruitofalum/ https://graduatinglife.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/graduatinglife/ https://momjeansca.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/momjeansca/

[Photo Set] Ugly Orange Presents: Karen Meat, Transcendental Telecom & Faking Jazz At Wills Pub

By: Harrison Thevenin Karen Meat:       Transcendental Telecom:       Faking Jazz:     Links: https://www.facebook.com/uglyorangepromo/ https://www.facebook.com/KARENMEAT/ http://karenmeat.com/ https://www.facebook.com/fakingjazz/ https://fakingjazz.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/transcendentaltelecom/ https://transcendentaltelecom.bandcamp.com/album/midnite-j-single  

[Photo Set] Strfkr, Reptaliens @ The Beacham

STRFKR is from Portland, and much like Portland they are weird as hell. This 4-piece doles out intoxicatingly danceable indie-electronica and a performance stolen out of a psychedelic wet dream. Along with hundreds more I made my way through the hell-heat of Floridian summer to The Beacham, ever so happy for a night of bright colors, blissful music, and whatever weirdness waited.

Photo Set: Tristan Harvey, Dark Matter, Harvey & Whistle, and Locochino @ Loosey’s

By: Eliza Goldstein Tristan Harvey: Dark Matter: Harvey & Whistle: Locochino:     Links: https://www.facebook.com/YALLWEIRD/ https://tristanharvey.bandcamp.com/album/fellowship-the-mixtape https://www.facebook.com/DarkMatterCM/ https://claymoremads.bandcamp.com/album/all-mother https://www.facebook.com/harveyandwhistle/ https://harveyandwhistle.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/LocochinoTheBand/ https://locochino.bandcamp.com/releases

Photo Set: Jeffrey Lewis, Rosemary Kennedy and Black Haw Shake @ The Atlantic

By: Ian Maikisch Last week the awesome, amazing, incredible artist that is Jeffrey Lewis came to Gainesville and played a fantastic show at The Atlantic. I remember being in high school and taking road trips to his music. Driving through North and South Carolina listening to his folk punk poetry to angry and fast acoustic … Continue reading Photo Set: Jeffrey Lewis, Rosemary Kennedy and Black Haw Shake @ The Atlantic

Pleasures, Endless Pools and Super Twin Go from Spacey to Punk at The Backyard

By: Graham Johnson This past Saturday, I had to make what would be one of the most difficult decisions of my life. Should I go see Dikembe and Kindergarten Cop at The Atlantic, or should I crash The Backyard with Pleasures and Endless Pools? Needless to say, I blindly drew at straws to find that … Continue reading Pleasures, Endless Pools and Super Twin Go from Spacey to Punk at The Backyard

The Dear Hunter & Pathos, Pathos Rock Out At The Social

By: Chase Bauduin (Photos by: Kayla Surico) https://open.spotify.com/album/72N545TE36DqJHiyE0YLGE As soccer fans trickled out from the Orlando City Stadium and into the bars of Orange Ave, a different crowd was forming a line from the door of The Social. Going down the block, around the corner onto Washington, and then some. These were fans of The … Continue reading The Dear Hunter & Pathos, Pathos Rock Out At The Social