On February 9, Benjamin Booker headlined Bo Diddley Plaza and played with Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Gainesville locals The Savants Of Soul. Check out our full set of photos.
On February 8, Princess Nokia headlined High Dive and was joined by local acts Retrolux and Hugo Sanchez as part of Changeville.
Sports Reference played their "Somewhere Else" EP release show at Loosey's in downtown Gainesville with Boysin, Boston Marriage, Telltale and Sam Kuhns.
“All the songs are different but they fall under the umbrella of feminism,” she said. “If there’s a theme, it’s about people who are for individual rights but always want to limit them."
The song thoroughly captures a moment in time and feels as if you, yourself are looking back and reflecting on a trip you once took, sitting by the cold sea as the wind whistles by while thinking of moments you can't get back.
"I don’t usually use music to explicitly state things that go on in my life, I use it as an opportunity to create a story. "
Tim Barry with Laura Stevenson and Roger Harvey at Loosey's in downtown Gainesville.
TWEN is one of those bands that fully captures you into their songs and their spacey soundscape. One of those bands that when they finish a song, you let out a large sigh and try to regain your grip on the world around you.
Austin Miller with Pobrecita and Van Archipelago at Hardback Cafe in Gainesville
Prawn recently kicked off their winter tour with Caravela and we caught their Gainesville show with Dikembe and alumine