The colorful collective Turkuaz opened Lettuce at The Anthem on Nov. 3, and Nathan Payne got some pictures!
The Joy Formidable released Aaarth, their fourth studio album, in September via Seradom. And the Welsh trio promise a party when they bring the new songs to the Black Cat on Saturday, Nov. 10!
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Roky Erickson performs at Black Cat on Oct. 28, 2018. (Photo by Chester Simpson)
Roky Erickson’s Psychedelic Generations Tour, arrived at the Black Cat recently for a crowded house of all ages.
The Lemon Twigs, the duo of brothers Brian D’Addario and Michael D’Addario, released Go to School, their second studio album, this year. The brothers perform at U Street Music Hall on Sunday, Nov. 4.
Of Montreal, the band fronted by the charismatic and wildly creative Kevin Barnes, has been going strong through various permutations for more than 20 years. The Athens, Georgia-born band has released 15 full length albums (not including EPs and singles) — during that time, they’ve experimented with styles (straight ahead pop à la Beatles to country tinged Americana to dance).
Although the songwriting is brilliant and the songs tough to get out of your head, the band’s live show (and by “show” I mean it in the most literal sense) has come to be Of Montreal’s signature, and that show arrived at Ottobar on Oct. 24.
Roger Kynard “Roky” Erickson is coming to Black Cat on Sunday, Oct. 28, in the Psychedelic Generations Tour, which includes opener White Mystery. Local garage duo Bat Fangs round out the bill!