Posts by Month: March 2012

News: WATCH: So Many Wizards live at Underachievers

Damn guuuuuurrrrrl, you looking fine! That’s right, we were back at Underachievers Please try Harder to capture all the vibes with recording equipment, and in our Vibe Net™ this time, we found the awesome town residents So Many Wizards. Oh no you di-n’t!


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Gig: Laibach


Laibach is a music and cross-media group from Slovenia established on the 1st of June, 1980 in Trbovlje (1). The name of the band is the historic German version of the name Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana. From the start Laibach has developed a “Gesamtkunstwerk” –  multi-disciplinary art practice in … Read on


Gig: Endeavours



Back in January 2009 the band was a mere twinkle in four pairs of eyes. There were no plans to rule the world of rock, or mutual dreams of signing record deals, there was merely a word: Endeavours. Danny had set out to start a band with his … Read on


Gig: The Covelles


Formed with the intention of sending the widely accepted notion that ‘All northern indie 4 pieces sound exactly the same’ into disrepute, The Covelles defy regulations and have created a sound that’s quite their own. Raw, gutsy and diverse in genre influence. They have an unquestionable power in their … Read on


Gig: Don Williams


Don Williams (born May 27, 1939) in Floydada, Texas, is a country music singer and songwriter. After seven years with the folk-pop group Pozo Seco Singers, he began his solo career in 1971, singing popular ballads and amassing 17 number one hits. His straightforward vocals, soft tones, and an … Read on


Gig: The Waterboys


The shows will be split into two halves, with no support act. One half will be “a killer set of vintage Waterboys”, according to the band’s leader Mike Scott.

The other will be a performance of most, if not all, of the raved-about new album An Appointment With Mr

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Gig: Some Other Country


The best unknown cult jazz/rock/soul/free band ever, get together again after a too long lacuna, to ungrace the stage at their favourite haunt. Earworm riffs and groin boiling grooves form a backdrop to improvisations that are, by turns, dark, disturbing, joyous and inspirational. Featuring the fab 4 Roy Powell … Read on


Gig: The Monochrome Set


The Monochrome Set are an English post-punk band originally formed in 1978 from the remnants of a college group called The B-Sides (whose members had included Stuart Goddard, later known as Adam Ant).[1][2] The band is notable for its witty lyrics, the laconic delivery of lead singer

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Gig: Snarky Puppy


With the release of their live, 2-disc album/DVD “Tell Your Friends” (Ropeadope Records), Snarky Puppy has gone from an underground secret to one of the most internationally respected names in instrumental music.

The 3-time Dallas Observer Music Award winning group (“Best Jazz Act” 2008, 2009, 2010) has, over the … Read on


Gig: Lee Fields


Lee Fields has captivated audiences worldwide with his powerful, distinctive, raw, gritty and soulful voice. He has crossed-over to 4 genres of music including Dance, Retro Soul, R&B and Blues, and continues to reach the young, mature and all in between. Currently, Fields’ new Dance Hit single “I want … Read on