Outback Lodge

Not scary: New Deuces tries to shake Outback rep
Published on Nov 18th, 2010
7 comments Deuces Lounge owner Jerome Cherry, right, runs the new club with his son, Jerome Cherry Jr., left, and Jatavious Calloway. PHOTO BY LISA PROVENCE Before the Outback Lodge on Preston Avenue closed...
Vivian Girls
Published on Oct 21st, 2009
0 comments Brooklyn indie punk it-band Vivian Girls has been inducing fits in bloggers for years with equal parts shoegaze and shenanigans, so give this a shot if you like either. The Invisible Hand and The...
Captured! By Robots
Published on Oct 11th, 2009
2 comments We'd call the guys in theatrical punk and screamo comic outfit Captured! By Robots consummate showmen, but DRMBOT 0110 and GTRBOT666 insist they're not men at all. The sole human is the eviscerated...
Anti-Pop Consortium
Published on Sep 14th, 2009
1 comments Avant-garde NYC underground rap trio Anti-Pop Consortium bring the electronic experimentation of Warp Records to hip hop, vaguely sharing a spirit, if not a sound, with the disco dorks in !!! and...
ThisMeansYou
Published on Sep 5th, 2009
0 comments If you don't get your fill of crushing local metal masters ThisMeansYou here, a) rock on; and also b) you should follow them to Richmond on the 18th, where they'll be competing at the National for...
Jonathan Scales
Published on Aug 26th, 2009
0 comments Merging the Caribbean flavors Outback loves to present via their reggae nights with the jazz flavors they generally stay away from, Jonathan Scales plays complex fusion on the iconic pitched...
The New Up
Published on Aug 19th, 2009
1 comments The New Up would probably like us to tell you they sound like Radiohead, but that's a pretty lofty comparison, and equal time is also given to other mid-90's alt-rock bands like Bush, the...
Trust Company
Published on Aug 16th, 2009
0 comments When Trust Company first showed up to the alt-rock party just as the keg started to dry up in 2002, there was something unsettlingly corporate about them. They sounded a bit like Linkin Park...
The Stabones
Published on Aug 16th, 2009
0 comments Local punk rockers. Recently revived decade-old pop-punk trio The Abducted and hardcore act Supreme Commander make the drive down from DC. The Abducted - She's Heroin The Abducted - I Don't Know...
Astronomers, Born Empty, and the Dixie Licks
Published on Jul 5th, 2009
0 comments Local indie rockers. Also featuring Born Empty and the Dixie Licks. Astronomers - The Singularity Astronomers - Strategem Astronomers - Shoes Astronomers - Perpetual Emotion Astronomers - Or...
Black Moth Super Rainbow
Published on Jun 29th, 2009
0 comments Rolling Stone said Pennsylvania quintet Black Moth Super Rainbow's latest album reminded them of "T-Pain tripping his balls off." Thankfully, they (the band, not T-Pain's balls) sound more like...
ThisMeansYou
Published on Jun 10th, 2009
0 comments The thunderous local metal champs bring their recent hiatus to a deliciously violent end. Also featuring 70's metal aficionados Twisted Tower Dire and local hard rock teenagers Psycho Circus....
Interview-Yea! Brooklyn quartet is a band for today
Published on Jun 9th, 2009
0 comments They may be comfy in nature, but Yeasayer is far from an "organic" band. PUBLICITY PHOTO Before they landed a deal with Baltimore-based music label We Are Free, Brooklyn quartet Yeasayer had a press...
Thrum, My Device, and The Library Is On Fire
Published on Jun 1st, 2009
1 comments Thrum is among the coolest of musical everythingist Lance Brenner's many thumb-pies, and for a while it was one of the most interesting projects in Charlottesville in terms philosophies and...
Cotton Jones
Published on Jun 1st, 2009
0 comments New indie pop project from Michael Nau, perhaps better known as the brains behind Page France. Be sure to catch the lead-in from My Bloody Valentine-loving Brooklyn indie rock band The Antlers,...
Gollum
Published on May 31st, 2009
0 comments Precious metal (albeit named as much after the Hebrew word golem and Zeppelin's "Ramble On" reference as for Tolkien's character). Also featuring punk/hardcore-influenced Gordonsvillian black...
Joe Lawlor and Mojo Grande
Published on May 17th, 2009
0 comments Earlier this year, the Dave Matthews Band was holed up in New Orleans working on their upcoming new album, and local audio wizard and blues-rock guitar player Joe Lawlor was along for the ride....
To Kill A Hero
Published on May 17th, 2009
0 comments Teenage rockers. Also featuring Searching For Timothy and Before The Machine.
Yeasayer
Published on May 10th, 2009
0 comments Yeasayer is a wildly popular Brooklyn indie rock quartet whose 2006 debut All Hour Cymbals paired indie rock yelping and swirling guitars with the same sort of worldly cultural appropriation that...
The Helio Sequence
Published on May 10th, 2009
1 comments Benjamin Weikel, former drummer for Modest Mouse, is 50% of the Portland-based Sub Pop indie rock duo The Helio Sequence, who spent countless hours in their home studio learning to wack out their...
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