"The drummer began the set closed off, and slowly opened up until his drumming stance was wide as can be. If this was a cruise, the drummer would’ve thrown himself overboard. At one point something flew off of his cymbals. Their sound was funky, friendly and volcanic with rapping and straight jamming. "
On the first day of Savannah Stopover Music Festival, the Away Team at Lvl To The Room had the great privilege of witnessing the wonderfully heavy A Deer A Horse. Check out the review of the show and more!
At Savannah Stopover, Payne Bridges, Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics and Larkin Poe opened up the first night of music at Ships Of The Sea. Check out our full photo gallery from the show.
Words by: Lindsy Carrasquillo Photos by: Eliza Goldstein Last Wednesday, I finished up my last class of the semester and made my way down to High Dive with some friends for the R.LUM.R show. I was happy to be walking in the cool Fall air and into a fun show where I could forget about … Continue reading Show Review: R.LUM.R Plays Gainesville with DVWEZ and Wild Pines
By: Eliza Goldstein As I walked into Loosey’s last Wednesday night with my close friend Lindsy, the air was tense. We stood in line Flaco’s to get some dinner. The small sandwich shop was crowded but felt almost silent. Reporters with cameras larger than my head filed in and out of the downtown bars and … Continue reading [Photo Set] DONKNG, Kinder Than Wolves, Henrietta & Alumine at Loosey’s
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
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.
By: Eliza Goldstein Upon entering High Dive on Friday, June 23rd, I spent a few minutes trying to figure out what I had gotten myself into. I was here to see Club Silencio play music from the films of David Lynch, and while I did not know what that meant, I am a huge … Continue reading No Hay Banda: Club Silencio, Mantras Octave, HiFi Envelope
By: Graham Johnson When one is tasked to picture in their head a live show, images are conjured up of drunken crowds, light shows, smoke hanging in the air, and many other key components to what we think of as a traditional show. Last Wednesday, Rosemary Kennedy shook the very idea by streaming an entire … Continue reading Coolicide Drops Fresh Live Stream: Rosemary Kennedy on Twitch