Today Pitchfork posted a clip of the lovely Marissa Nadler playing a new song somewhere from her never ending world domination tour. The video’s quality was bad, and being a new song it was little shaky, performance wise. Here’s a better one that does her
Off of the Fort Thunder listserv: An undulating cloud of mind-boggling psychedelia will be eminating from Firehouse 13 on Saturday September 15th… Hailing from a wide variety of places including Florida, New Jersey, and New Bedford Temple of Bon Matin will definitely bring the weird.
Tomorrow from 4-8 pm the Urban Edge Farm hosts Southside Community Landtrust’s 4th annual Hoe Down/Fundraiser. The event features gourmet BBQ (cooked by Johnson & Wales finest Chef’s in training) in which all produce comes freshly picked from local Rhode Island farms. Music will be
Something new has been earmarked onto Rock ‘n Roll High School, Club Hell’s long-running Friday party dedicated to 70’s and 80’s rock, metal, britpop and everything else night. Punk Rock 101, which runs from 9 ’til the RnRHS thing kicks off at 11, is deejayed
Tonight at the newly moved/refurbished/expanded/way better Blackstone, Killing Pablo, The Propellors, and Shawn Waters and Groupthink find lots of ways to rock; gently, noisy, and with growling. Hit these links, have a listen and come on down for some r.o.c.k. The Blackstone, Pawtucket but closer
There’s something about Providence where guitar-pop bands are often ignored and criminally overlooked. The Brother Kite most definitely suffers from this cold-shoulderism, and it’s a shame, because they are the most strikingly beautiful guitar band that Providence has ever known.
Spanish Dancer with guest djs Red Foxx and Emarce at Medium Studios for S.W.E.A.T @ Aha! Night in New Bedford, 7pm, Free The ‘Mericans at Nick-A-Nees 9-12, also free Hipstermania at POP! w/ spellcheck-impaired DJ Morgan Louis and special guests Certified Bananas Club Energy, Downtown,
Led Zeppelin have confirmed their one-off reunion gig that will be held at the O2 Arena in London on November 26, or as the Brits say, 26 November. (What’s with that?) Tickets will start at $125 ( I couldn’t find the symbol for pounds) and
Judging by the mostly-audio clib below, dude needs to chill a bit. Look, I’m sure it was insulting losing out to the Black Eyed Peas “lass year”, but really, why do you even want a VMA? It’s like an award for being the shittiest at
Anyone who has spent at least one half second around me this summer knows that I’m totally gay for The National. This song, and the incredibly sweet video that accompanies it completely nails my feelings about being single; it is the greatest thing ever while
Yes, on the same stage! Metal gods Mustang Cobra, alternative lifestyle comedian Neil Hamburger and Pleasseasaur. Expect Maiden-sized riffage and Maiden-style comedy, all for the low low price of something-or-other. Livingroom, 8pm.
If you’ve been following the trials and tribulations of Providence’s excellent Wrong Reasons then tonight it all pays off for you. They’ll be releasing their long-awaited “Bury Your Problems” tonight at Jake’s bar and Grille along with two other great acts; Brooklyn’s Federale and Samuel