The 2015 Snow Goose Festival and Wildlife Art Exhibit is the very last show at Avenue 9 Gallery.
The title track crashes in with all the noise, splashing cymbals and hard drums against a wall of bass and guitar, then opens up space for greasy vocals to slide in, talking about panties and stuff
The obvious star here is the female lead vocalist Minnie Mental: She’s a girl, she’s got great pipes, and she’s not afraid to sing with some grit.
Right from the start, you feel like you’re drifting down a misty river of distant yearnings. The guitar tones are wet, the vocals bubble with reverb, the organ rises and falls like water over stones.
If you’re looking for a great read, one book you should add to the top of your reading list is One Kick by Chelsea Cain.
No one can understand the words, and no one minds at all.
For those who appreciate furiously earnest punk rock purism it would be wise to listen up.
We pit eight local coffee houses head to head, comparing their Iced Coffees in an often heated competition (see what I did there?).
A testament to how long this band had been bringing sweet tunes to our little town.
I knew only that it was to be four one-act plays, written by four local writers, handed to four directors, and performed by four actors apiece.
Classic thrillers like Jaws demonstrate how hard we flip out when we finally meet a fashionably-late threat.
“Mmmmm.. Damn.” Those were my first words upon entering the gallery at Naked Lounge and seeing the new art by Christina Seashore.