Rooney | 2.23.11

March 2, 2011 0

People who had been bobbing their heads to Eisley were now jumping up and down madly—and the music hadn’t even started yet.

Tokyo Police Club | 2.8.11

February 14, 2011 0

Monks’ refined, almost overly-poppy Tyson Ritter vocals became a more rigid, folky Colin Meloy. His slightly raw sound made for a pleasant twist to his typically bubbly delivery.

The Queers | 12.16.10

December 1, 2010 0

It is this ability to conflate gritty, relentless punk elements with bubble-gum surf sounds that makes the Queers’ music so irresistible.

Fang Island | 11.10.10

November 17, 2010 0

  I suspect this uplifting and adventurous music usually causes spasms of energy and untamed outbursts from both the crowd and the band alike, just as it did at this show.

Sleigh Bells | 10.28.2010

October 30, 2010 0

The setting immediately changed to an engrossing dance party, complete with PBR-wielding, middle-class hipster fists pumping in time to hits off of Sleigh Bells’ most recent album, Treats. 

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