Outside of a few people passing out due to the heat, the goofy Mac-man continues to entertain flawlessly. These Brit-boys found a bit of difficulty keeping the audience entertained. As soon as I heard a Dusty Rhodes promo over the speakers about how he was going to take down Ric Flair, I knew that this Mountain Goats performance was going to be something special. After the high-energy assortment of acts on the Boulevard Stage that day, American Football closing out the acts at the venue was definitely a good choice.
Incredibly spooky. No Kim Deal, so of course it was impossible for fans to go into the show without negative preoccupations. Unbelievably enough, the new Pixies I saw put on the best show of the entire festival. I was surprised at how much Come on Pilgrim was played, and it seemed like they limited the new material to a greater extent than before, which the audience definitely appreciated. The songs off Indie Cindy sound way better live than on the album though since the band can add their rawness and power to it without being contained within the studio walls.
For real, it was uncanny. The first half hour or so sounded incredible. After that though, Julian seemed kind of dazed when addressing the audience. He has not had one mainstream hit yet, largely due to the fact that he releases his albums independently without a record label. His album has all of the things necessary to find success in the country music world: he embraces traditional southern values, patriotism, love songs, all with his own spin and style.
Using imagery of the moon and the water at the beach creates a perfect feeling of a summer night that will allow the song to gain popularity along the Billboard charts. He takes a traditional country route playing up the banjo in the background and clapping to the beat, which will also allow for the song to be well received by traditional country music fans. The song has hints of summer love throughout, another theme that attracts audience in the country music world.
However, its most redeeming quality would be the sing-songy tune and catchy lyrics that make it hard for listeners to prevent themselves from singing along. In the chorus, he moves to describing the look his girl gives him. This song shows the idealism and star struck love that country music fans love. This type of song will win over the hearts of female country listeners, also allowing for Watson to gain popularity and fame.
In this song, Watson again brings in another traditional country theme: Cowboys. Country music roots itself in the southern, small town lifestyle, the hardworking man included. He also plays on the pride that many country music loves typically have for America and for the traditional values of America. His album caters toward the typical country music listener and he does a great job putting his own spin on the traditional style and structure of the music.
With a star-studded weekend featuring artists old and new, you know Shaky Knees Music Festival is going to go out with a bang! A great representation of the severely underrated Paradise of Bachelors label, Steve Gunn shows his handy guitar-work and folk crooning when you witness him spitting his heart out live in concert. His album, Way Out Weather , shows how competent the dude is at not just songwriting, but composing every aspect of a song to make it his own. Jason Pierce also known by the cooler alter-ego, J. Spaceman brings his experience from the space rock-infused psychedelia of the defunct Spacemen 3 and reshapes it into the gospel-fueled atmosphere of sound known as Spiritualized.
Coming off the success of his latest album, Sweet Heart Sweet Light, this astronaut incorporates all elements of his unique sound to the live environment, leaving no ear unblessed by his sonics. Seriously, everything will sound better. Few artists are able to master his vivid explanations in as little words as he does, but when it comes down to it, the repetition is what hypnotizes you and allows the resonance to fully reveal itself. Fingers crossed Pierce is willing to reveal that dark corner of his life to the Shaky Knees audience.
The shoegaze veterans show no sign of slowing down after a career of almost three decades. The main reason I want to see Ride is to figure out how the hell they create a Britpop, noise, shoegaze hybrid for live performances. The vocals and layering of their work seems so simple since the voice is so much more prominent and revealing than other shoegaze artists, but the repeated listens of Nowhere or Going Blank Again offer the listener to look deeper into their sound and her just how intricate the production really is.
After seeing Ride on the Shaky Knees lineup, I have to give a lot of respect to the Shaky Knees booking managers for tackling a slew of great new artists, but more importantly, not forgetting to include the great artists that inspired them. Covering the sampling, decks, boards, percussion, and vocals, Panda is a one-man show.
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Shaky Knees Music Festival has a power-packed lineup all weekend, featuring artists across all genres from points across the globe. I guess booking managers agreed, since Speedy Ortiz eventually toured with the first coming, Stephen Malkmus, last year. All comparisons aside, Speedy Ortiz definitely has a knack for writing some guitar hooks that sound sloppy in a mysterious, yet beautiful way. Metz are bringing their brash rock to Shaky Knees while provoking an interesting question: Do you wear earplugs and protect your hearing for the rest of your Shaky Knees experience or go unprotected so you can fully take in the novel sound of their Canadian clamor?
No matter your decision, Metz proves themselves as current leaders in the noise rock department. Temple Performing Arts Center. The Living Room at 35 East. The Locks at Sona. Hill Center. The Music Center at Strathmore. Annenberg Center Live. Grand Pavilion. Baltimore Free Farm. Dekelboum Concert Hall. Gildenhorn Recital Hall. The Trifinity Yheti — Toadface — Mt. Capital One Arena.
Mac Demarco, Here Comes the Cowboy review + live at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Blisspop Disco Fest ft. Atlas Arts Center. Imperial Music Hall. Tour, Performing songs from her hit series Crazy Ex Girlfriend, plus original stand up material. Library of Congress. Kay Theatre. Moss Mill Brewing Company. The Trappe Tavern. Andrew's Episcopal Church offsite. House Of Vans Hullabaloo! SoundSystem M. The Concert Calendar. A Baked Joint. AMP by Strathmore. Ardmore Music Hall. Atlas Brew Works. Baltimore Soundstage. Brewery ARS. Cat's Eye Pub.
Chris' Jazz Cafe. City Winery DC. Clarendon Ballroom. Clyde's Chevy Chase. Clyde's Willow Creek Farm. Columbia Station. Connie's Ric Rac. Creep Records Store. Dawson Street Pub.
Docklands Riverfront. Fish Head Cantina. Gypsy Sally's. Howard Theatre. Ivy City SmokeHouse. Johnny Brenda's. Khyber Pass Pub. Liaison Room. Madam's Organ. Marty Magee's. Metro Gallery. Mr Henry's Restaurant. New Hope Winery. Nick's Nightclub. NOTO Philadelphia. Parx Casino. Pearl Street Warehouse. Power Plant Live. Rock and Roll Hotel. Silk City Diner. Stoney's British Pub. SugarHouse Casino. The Birchmere. The Carlyle Club.
All Points East
The Fillmore Philadelphia. The Fillmore Silver Spring. The Grape Room. The Green Parrot. The Hamilton. The Keswick Theatre.
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