But, in a good way.
Sept. 10th @ Monstros Pizza For a Wednesday night, it was a pretty packed house at Monstros. The small pizza joint was filled with people anxious to catch the new bands that played alongside the established heavy hitters. Or maybe I should say established band, because Teeph was the only band anyone had seen before. […]
Some festivals give off a shady vibe, but the opposite was true in Belden last weekend.
In the wake of the recent Board of Supervisors decision to ban the practice of Hydraulic Fracturing in Butte county, local Frack-tivist Dave Garcia sat down with the Synthesis to tell us what the Frack is going on.
From beginning to end, the live performance of XOXO was a journey through the entire spectrum of chill.
Not even A Lot Like Birds was safe from the madness. They fell victim to the single greatest tour gag I’ve ever witnessed.
The Special Consensus, a ripping fast paced bluegrass band tore up the Mid Valley Baptist Church. Wait… Baptist Church? In Durham?
Then the man everyone came to see took the stage. Kyle Gass in the flesh. Big K.G. Himself. The Gassinator. Ew, that last one didn’t work out very well.
Whoever said “faith and the devil’s metal don’t mix” never heard Norma Jean.
The Drop In tries to create an environment that is conducive for these kids’ success. And it works. I’ve seen it happen.