Outback Lodge

Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Published on Apr 20th, 2008
0 comments You probably know 90's rockers Jimmie's Chicken Shack from stoner anthems like "High" if you got to them early, or from nonsense like "Do Right" if you showed up to the party late. Local rock...
Ironhead
Published on Apr 20th, 2008
0 comments Ironhead plays Motorhead-style metal. Freedom Hawk and the Unholy Four kick things off.
City Of Ships
Published on Apr 20th, 2008
0 comments City Of Ships plays moody hard rock, After The Fire plays a heavier version of emo, and Balaclava is a delicious Greek pastry.
RPG
Published on Apr 20th, 2008
0 comments RPG is a Richmond metal band featuring Lamb Of God bassist John Campbell. Dead Goats and Horsefang play heavy rock inspired by unfortunate livestock. Horsefang - Genesis In The Retort Horsefang - We...
Suzukiton
Published on Apr 20th, 2008
0 comments Suzukiton is a four-piece metal band from Richmond which plays riff-heavy rock. Dark Autumn opens with black metal from North Carolina.
Angels on Acid
Published on Apr 11th, 2008
0 comments Industrial rock from the demented trio and opener Seven Cycle Theory.
Worn In Red
Published on Apr 11th, 2008
0 comments Worn In Red is a local punk quartet which rocks hard and tours even harder. Also featuring A Cosmonaut's Ruin.
The Grey Matter
Published on Apr 11th, 2008
0 comments The Grey Matter is a five-piece outfit that plays rock with occasional blasts of of blues and funk. Local guitarist Wes Forehand opens.
Jimmy and the Teasers
Published on Apr 7th, 2008
0 comments Jimmy and the Teasers play garage rock with a southern edge. Also featuring
The War and Alex Mejias
Published on Apr 6th, 2008
0 comments "Inspirational" pop-rock from local songwriter and Chapel Hill quartet The War
Culture
Published on Mar 31st, 2008
0 comments Reggae trio
Eli Cook and Book of Job
Published on Mar 30th, 2008
0 comments Bluesy rock from the Petersburg sextet and rocking blues from the Nelson county guitarist
Raw Dawg
Published on Mar 24th, 2008
0 comments Jamband rock. Also featuring 4D Rock! (For the record, that exclamation point is out of our editorial control.)
The Sometime Favorites
Published on Mar 24th, 2008
0 comments The local pop-rock group, still electrified after the release of their debut album, help show Baltimore indie-rockers Fools and Horses how to cut through the Outback grime. The Sometime Favorites...
Luke Nutting
Published on Mar 24th, 2008
0 comments 6 Day Bender has been laying low lately to make sure we're all hungering for their CD release show later this month, but it looks like ol' Luke just couldn't help himself. Also featuring Carl James...
Mad Tea Party
Published on Mar 24th, 2008
0 comments Mad Tea Party does pop-rock and Americana, alternately sounding contemporary and retro, but that still doesn't explain the ukulele. Also featuring Mister Baby and Woody Pines and the Lonesome Two...
Bella Morte
Published on Mar 23rd, 2008
0 comments Nationally renowned Goth-rockers Bella Morte have been fairly quiet around town since founding bassist Gopal Metro's departure last year, but replacement Tony Pugh appears to be keeping them...
Truman Sparks
Published on Mar 17th, 2008
0 comments You probably already know the jagged, distorted indie-prog of Truman Sparks by now, but if not, you can download their last album for free from the locally-owned download store Record Theory. Look...
Why?
Published on Mar 10th, 2008
0 comments WHY? has indie rock friends in high places: Xiu Xiu, Half-Handed Cloud, Danielson, Mount Eerie, and Islands. Unfortunately they didn't bring any of them this time, but since Yoni Wolf is an alum...
The Stabones
Published on Mar 10th, 2008
0 comments The Stabones are a local punk rock band started by a ragtag bunch of former UVA bus drivers (is there any other kind?). Also featuring Raquellos, Die Benny and promising new local project the...