STRFKR played Concord Music Hall, in Chicago, on a cool and sexy Valentine’s Day, with Reptaliens performing as the opening band, who kicked things off to a groovy start. The members of STRFKR came running out on stage, ready to party, soaked in a kaleidoscope of colors. A naughty bunny and a handful of daring, dancing astronauts joined in for THE ultimate dance party!
On Saturday, February 10th, Sir Sly made an appearance at recordBar in Kansas City as the headliner of Afentra’s VD Show. The room was at capacity, and the energy was absolutely insane. Check out the photos we could get from side stage, while the crowd went wild.
Upright Man showed us how emotional rock music can be on January 30th at Brooklyn Bowl. The band plays with enough energy to compel you to dance,while also playing with enough empathetic despondency to force listeners to reflect upon every decision that has guided them to this point. Upright Man‘s songs seem to move forward at the same time as staying still. Notes hang in soupy reverb. Unexpected distortion jaggedly cuts through the shimmer. Upright Man would be as comfortable opening for Steely Dan as they would sharing a stage with Royal Blood. The set helped me find myself only to lose myself time after time. The band deserves your attention, last night they certainly had mine.
Recently, the Accidentals hit the stage – hard – in New York City. Photographer Christie McMenamin nabbed some shots for us, so we don’t feel too left out on all the fun!
Keep up with the band here.