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Bella Morte and Synthetic Division
Published on Sep 22nd, 2008
0 comments Praising Bella Morte for being "Charlottesville's best goth-rock band" may make you think of a big fish wearing eyeliner in a small pond, but don't let the lack of competition fool you: these guys...
Published on Sep 22nd, 2008
0 comments Richmond metalheads Dragonship say they sound "like your ears just got kicked in the balls." For those of you fortunate enough to not know what that feels like, it's kind of like getting your...
The Points, Mas y Mas, and the Nervous Habits
Published on Sep 22nd, 2008
0 comments Punk rock from D.C., Norfolk, and Harrisonburg, respectively.
Naughty Dynamic and the Design
Published on Sep 22nd, 2008
0 comments Funk and R&B
Ian Lawler and Matt Horn
Published on Sep 22nd, 2008
0 comments By the time he moved to town two years ago, guitarist Ian Lawler had already recorded with Arrested Development, jammed with Herbie Hancock, and opened for Ozomatli. Now he's got a new band of...
Published on Sep 14th, 2008
0 comments The best distortion-slingers in Jefferson's Virginia stack their amps high and then rip your face off with crunchy guitars and guttural vocals. ThisMeansYou - River ThisMeansYou - Order 66...
Eli Cook
Published on Sep 14th, 2008
1 comments Eli Cook and his power trio fuse traditional blues with 90's grunge-rock, and lately have also been tapping classic soul tunes for inspiration. Book Of Job opens.
Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Published on Sep 1st, 2008
0 comments Sure, you can claim to be into this 90's alt-rock wave that's been hitting the Pavilion lately, but if you're the real deal, you'll be at this one. Jimmie's Chicken Shack broke medium with the...
The Falsies
Published on Aug 31st, 2008
0 comments Even though they're celebrating the release of their second album, the Falsies are in trouble, sort of – their moral foundation is crumbling. And that's saying quite a lot given that they...
Worn In Red
Published on Aug 21st, 2008
0 comments Brad Perry's local punk rock quartet Worn In Red kicks off its latest tour blitz. Also featuring The Unholy Four and spacey local riff-happy metalheads A Cosmonauts Ruin. Worn In Red - Vital Joys...
Adam Smith
Published on Aug 21st, 2008
0 comments Local rock wunderkind Adam Smith of Truman Sparks fame performs with his solo project. Also featuring energetic Durham indie rockers Red Collar and Charlottesville's own Vamanos. Adam Smith and...
Jose Conde
Published on Aug 21st, 2008
0 comments Salsa and Cuban dance music
Published on Aug 11th, 2008
2 comments Alternative metal featuring the former singer and guitarist from Flaw. Also featuring Sciatic and Ravens Place.
Rock and Roll Overdose
Published on Aug 11th, 2008
2 comments Big ol' blowout show with a huge lineup of local and imported punk bands including Big Bobby and the Nightcaps, the Brutal Knights, the Dirty Fingers, Black Jesus, the Ladies, the Hydeouts, the...
Timeless Memory
Published on Aug 11th, 2008
0 comments Heavy metal, "sealed with a fist."
The Crueligans
Published on Jul 13th, 2008
1 comments The Crueligans play dirty punk rock descended from the likes of MC5. Also featuring Constrictor and Richmond quartet 12 Step Revenge.
A Cosmonaut's Ruin
Published on Jul 13th, 2008
0 comments A Cosmonaut's Ruin plays crunchy hard rock alongside Richmond trio the Leviathan's Mandible and Sanguine.
Truman Sparks, Lex Vegas, Corsair, and Glass Fence
Published on Jul 6th, 2008
0 comments Truman Sparks are the most competent prog rock band in Charlottesville. They're also probably the only prog rock band in Charlottesville, but let's not split hairs here. Also featuring metal from...
The Kings Of Belmont
Published on Jun 2nd, 2008
0 comments The Kings Of Belmont have always been one of the more amusing local bands, but really, anybody who can write a song based on one of George Costanza's hare-brained ideas deserves our full support...
The Unholy Four
Published on Jun 1st, 2008
0 comments Local rock band. Also featuring the Vamanos.