with Sasquatch and Allysen Callery
The Event Room
16 Cutler St
$7 door/$5 advance
with Phantom Paw and Carnival
with Songs to Drive Cars To, The High Planes, Barn Burning
with Driftwood Soldier
Unity House Concerts
245 Porter Lane Drive
Doors open for all shows at 6:30. Homemade desserts and coffee are available for a small donation in Fellowship Hall. Open seating begins at 7:00.
Tickets $15 for adults, $5 for students w/ID. Cash only, please!
The Blood Moons
The Blood Moons’ debut (self-titled 2009) was one of my favorite local records that I’ve heard since someone thought it was a good idea to pay me to talk about music. The Blood Moons were a departure of sorts from the hardcore punk rock of singer-guitarist Chris Guaraldi’s previous band, Chris Evil and The Taints. The Blood Moons had an element of dark country set to garage beats that really had a unique vision. They released another self-titled (album names were never the band’s strength) split EP with Six Star General before ceasing to play out regularly. Guaraldi formed Sick Pills, who put out a record and did another Taints record. This reunion show should be a real treat. Catch one of the best local bands from 2009 to 2011.
with Jesse Ahern and Nick Sundman
New Bedford, MA
with Candiria, Dalek, and Reason to Fight
75OL-250 Matt Everett – White Sugar
$8.00 S&H Included
$8.00 S&H Included
1. Stay Alive
2. No I don’t
3. Secret Satellite
4. Messed Up By Sound
5. Cheap Plastic Shovel
7. The Greatest Thing
8. Up On A Cloud
A different take on disco and soul music from the mercurial Matt Everett. A dance able melding of modern and classic disco/psych/pop elements. Flavors of: Bee Gees, David Bowie, Marvin Gaye, MGMT, Brian Eno.
‘This feels so true, simple and direct as morning sunlight or a glass of water when you’re thirsty… there are
no singular standouts here, as it’s all cut from the same fine cloth.’ –
Dream Magazine, review of Matt Everett album “Little Epiphany”